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Wow! It was a girls overnight and I highly recommend. Besides getting an education on some of the most beautiful animals on the planet and being in “their environment “ it truly was one of the top 10 trips I have taken. The staff are...More
First off, this place is AMAZING! We had an amazing time learning and sleeping with the wolves but there are a few things you should know so you can really enjoy yourselves.
1. Get there right on time or early, the driveway in isn't the...More
Really amazing place to visit. I am proud that this exsists in my town. Well worth the visit. Here are my pointers:
-Parking is limited and tight. So if you have a hard time manuevering, come early.
-You book online, they meet you as you...More
Make a reservation, go to the hut. There is a short information talks, then a hike up to an enclosure.More explanation about the gray wolves, and watch them eye the tossed meat to catch it mid air. Next up an Arctic wolf, a senior wolf...More
This was on my sister in law's bucket list, and I am so glad that she, myself and my children were able to experience Sleeping with the Wolves, the howling of the wolves made the hairs on my arm stand up it was amazing.
Hard to add more positive reviews than are already posted. For us, the important part was accessibility as my husband has trouble walking over rough terrain. They are very accommodating, driving my husband up to the wolf viewing areas on a cart.
First if you come here, call ahead and have reservations. Wear good walking shoes.
Have a GPS- or a good smart phone in order to find this place. We drove by it twice- it is poorly marked.It is on Buck Run Street right off Old...More
The head biologist said "Some people can hear the wolves howl, but others can feel it. I had goose bumps from head to toe, got weak in the knees, and I am not going to lie, I cried a little. The volunteers, are all very...More