BEDROCK CITY OPEN NOW!
• Camping - RV, Trailer, Car, Tent • Water, Electric, Sewer Hook-ups • Camp Store • Snacks, Drinks, Beer, Ice, etc. • Fire Rings, BBQ / Picnic Area • Laundromat • WiFi Hot Spot •
$5 Bedrock City Tours
Birds of Prey
Raptor Ranch is a wildlife education facility,
bird of prey breeding project, and home of the
Northern Arizona Raptor Foundation.
Our Campground & Camp Store are OPEN NOW!
Snacks, Drinks, Beer, Ice, etc., Fire Rings,
BBQ / Picnic Area, Laundromat,
WiFi Hot Spot & more!
Bedrock City is OPEN for viewing
(for a limited time)!
Come by and see it before renovation for just $5.
Our Campground is Open Now!
Click Here to Book Online Now!
or Call: for Availability
Directions from Interstate 40:
In Williams, AZ take the “Hwy 64/Grand Canyon” Exit heading North. Travel approximately 30 miles until you come to 180/64 junction in Valle, AZ. Raptor Ranch is 300’ on the left (on the West side of Hwy 64). Look for the 20’ Fred Flintstone. The RV park is on the north end of the property.
Directions from Hwy 89:
In Cameron, AZ you will turn West on Hwy 64. Travel approximately 35 miles until you reach the East Entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park. Continue on Hwy 64 for approximately 30 more miles. (You will pass several beautiful viewpoints of the canyon on the way.) When the highway comes to a “T” turn South (left) for 5 miles, you will then exit the National Park at the South Entrance Station. Continue traveling approximately 24 mile to Valle, AZ. You will see a Raptor Ranch billboard on your right and our entrance is the next right. If you reach Planes of Fame air museum, you have just passed our location.
Directions from Flagstaff Hwy 180:
Turn west on Hwy 180. Travel approximately 50 miles until you get to the 64/180 junction of Valle, AZ. Turn right and our property is 300’ on the left (on the West side of Hwy 64). Look for the 20’ Fred Flintstone. The RV park is on the north end of the property.
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Bedrock City Then & Now Photo Contest.
Submit a copy of a photograph of you when you visited Bedrock City back then and take the same image now. Participants will get free admission into the park and the photos will be memorialized in a collage which displayed in the café for future generations to enjoy.
Wagon Rides Most Weekends!
Raptor Ranch News
Future Plans for Raptor Ranch
Raptor Ranch is a wildlife education facility, bird of prey breeding project, and home of the Northern Arizona Raptor Foundation. Our mission is to provide the public with an understanding of raptors, falconry, and wildlife conservation through unique educational displays and demonstrations.
Birds of Prey
We will be a home for many of North American diurnal (daytime) raptors, as well as a number of owls. When our facilities are renovated, you will get a close-up look at these majestic birds of Prey.
Our flight demonstrations will be an exciting means of educating our Grand Canyon, Arizona Raptor Ranch visitors about raptors as they demonstrate actual hunting and flying techniques.
Breeding & Education
The Ranch is home to a variety of raptors or birds of prey, that are displayed for the public’s viewing. There is no better way to instill a real appreciation of raptors, than to witness these birds in flight.