Hours and Fees
The Wildlife Park is now closed for the season and will reopen Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Open daily 9:30 am - 4:30 pm: visitors may stay until 6:00 pm
The Maine Wildlife Park does not accept credit or debit card payment for admission. Cash and checks only please. An ATM is available at the admissions gatehouse.
|Children under age 3||free|
|Ages 4 -12||$5.00|
|Ages 13 - 60||$7.00|
|Group of 15 or more||$3.50 per person|
|Guided Tour or School Program||Add $1.50 per person|
|Summer Photographer's Pass||$50.00 per hour per person - by reservation only|
|Winter Photographer's Pass||$150.00 per hour. Additional people $50.00 per hour (by reservation only)|
|Small Shelter Rental||$25.00 per day|
|Large Shelter Rental||$50.00 per day|
|Stroller, Wagon, or Wheelchair Rental||$3.00 per day ($5.00 security deposit required)|
2014 Season Passes may be purchased online.
|Family (includes a limit of 6 immediate family members per visit)||$70.00|
Bring your Quarters - For a quarter you can purchase feed to give to our bears, deer, ground birds and hatchery trout.
Summer Photographer Admission Pass
The photographer's admission allows professional and amateur photographers to get once-in-a-lifetime close range pictures of their favorite animals. Pass holders will be granted special access to animal enclosures to take up-close pictures that are unimpeded by fences and obstacles.
The pass will, at times, allow the participant to be inside the exhibit with the animal! Please call the park at (207) 657-4977 ext. 0 to request more information or to make an appointment.
Mountain Lion Season Pass
A Mountain Lion pass offers free admission to extended family members and guests when accompanied by the pass holder, plus five one-day passes to Swan Island Wildlife Management Area on the Kennebec River in Richmond, Maine. Swan Island is know for its deer, bald eagles, and wild turkeys as well as its rich history. Today, historic buildings from the 18th century stand as reminders of Swan Island's past. Tours of the Island cover island history, natural history of native wildlife and wildlife habitat management.
We are happy to issue your group or organization this $225 Community Pass. Please use this special discount pass under the following guidelines:
- The MWP Community Pass is to be used by individuals or families only when issued to a library or other community service group. It is not intended for large group use (more than 7 people).
- Each member of the group (4 years old and up) using this pass will be charged a $2.50 admission fee when they present the Community Pass at the gatehouse.
- The original pass issued to your specific group or organization should stay at the office or headquarters at all times. Please send a photocopy of the pass with the individual or family using it. The photocopy will be handed in at the admissions gate and cannot be reused.
- This pass may be used at the Maine Wildlife Park during the season: April 15 to November 11, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Visitors can stay at the Park until 6:00 pm.
To order this pass for your library or organization: please send a request with your mailing address, include a check made out to Maine Wildlife Park and send it along with your request to: MWP, 56 Game Farm Rd, Gray, ME 04039. We will mail you your pass in time for the season's opening day!
For any additional information, please contact the Maine Wildlife Park office at (207) 657-4977 ext. 0. Thank you for your patronage and we look forward to seeing you!