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It was STEM day when we visited so there were probably some extra activities but the park itself was great. The wolves were beautiful and the staff (almost all volunteers) were very informed and all happy to be there. We toured during the daytime and...More
Awesome place to visit with family. Wear appropriate clothes, this is not a zoo! This is a group of people who donate their lives to helping this type of animal. They teach you and you get to watch them interact with the wolves while they...More
Wolf Park is a great place for families with children. We went during the day and took the tour around the park, and then we went back for Howl Night where we howled with the wolves. They also had coyote, bison, and our grandsons favorite...More
We took our girl scout troop and they had a blast. You can get up close to the wolves (through a fence of course). The demonstration with the wolves is great. The walk around the property is long enough to see everything but not too...More
We had heard about Wolf Park several years ago and have talked about going for sometime now. This past weekend we did.
Bottom line.....We had a great time and learned a lot.
This is a sanctuary for Wolves, Fox, Coyotes and Bison.
Great photo ops...More
Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Wolf Park is a phenomenal place! The animals are healthy and well cared for. The staff is amazing and truly care about the animals in their care. They also work hard for the best experience possible for all involved. I attended a...More
It was an awesome day to see wolves, coyotes and fox up close. You can tell that every staff member cares for and loves each animal living at Wolf Park. Howl Night was super cool because we were able to see staff inside the enclosure...More
On our way home (just north of Chicago) from Columbus we decided to stop here to break up our trip. For four adults and an 11 year old it was only $38, which is reasonable. Our tour didn't start for about half an hour so...More
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I don't think yearly. They have pups from 2 different unrelated litters that they plan to start a breeding program with as soon as they are old enough. The 3 ambassador wolf siblings you get to see up close and howl with... More
I don't think yearly. They have pups from 2 different unrelated litters that they plan to start a breeding program with as soon as they are old enough. The 3 ambassador wolf siblings you get to see up close and howl with have been neutered due to hereditary eye and heart problems.