Visit the Sanctuary
Keepers of the Wild is more than just a wildlife sanctuary—it's an immersion in the beauty and majesty of the Southwest. Our park is open Wednesday through Monday from 9 am to 5 pm Arizona time (closed Tuesdays), offering visitors a chance to explore our stunning 175-acre canyon, observe our rescued wildlife and learn about habitat preservation and animal welfare. Come experience a truly unforgettable day out in nature.
Our Guided Safari Tours offer an exciting and educational experience for the whole family. Join us for an hour and fifteen minute tour through our nonprofit wildlife sanctuary and nature park, led by our expert tour guide who works closely with the animals. See our rescued wildlife and big cats up close, and get ready for an adventure you won't forget!
We believe in creating a better world for animals in need, and you can help us make a difference. Whether it's volunteering your time, sponsoring a habitat, or donating to our cause, every contribution helps us provide the care and support these animals deserve. Join us in our mission to make the world a better place for wildlife.
Who Are We?
Welcome to Keepers of the Wild, an accredited, nonprofit wildlife sanctuary and nature park dedicated to the welfare and conservation of captive wildlife. Our founder, Jonathan Kraft, established our sanctuary in 1995, with a mission to protect and care for neglected, abused, and abandoned animals. With over 175 acres of natural landscape and a team of dedicated professionals, we provide high standards of care, rescue, and rehabilitation for exotic and indigenous wildlife in need. Our commitment is to educate and enlighten current and future generations on the importance of conservation and help put an end to the abuse and mistreatment of all animals.