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Wolf Creek Habitat Brookville

Where is it at?

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Wolf Creek Habitat
14099 Wolf Creek Road
Brookville
IN
47012
Tel: 513 312 9143

Directions

The wolves are located on the aptly named road Wolf Creek Road, at number 14099, in Indiana.

Where are we going today?

Wolves are beautiful creatures, but sometimes they are often portrayed as vicious. Which is not the case! What better way to see how these beautiful animals can really be than to get RIGHT up close with them!

Wolf Creek Habitat and Rescue gives families an unforgettable experience right in the company of wolves - and we mean RIGHT in the company! You can actually go into the enclosures and interact with them! But don't worry - they're used to people so it's very safe! 

The wolves are on private property, looked after by loving owners who rescue them and nurse them. What's great, is that these people want to share their wolves with YOU! They are open every weekend, and they don't charge for you to come and experience the wolves, so they really are giving back the joy that they get out of these beautiful creatures. 

For those going into the enclosures, they do ask for a donation to go towards the upkeep of the animals, but it's worth it!

Make sure you follow the guidelines, because they are still wild animals - but beautiful ones! There may even be baby cubs that you can play with! 

Each of the wolves at Wolf Creek Habitat have their own personality and name, which let's kids understand how important it is to look after animals, and that each animal is just really like you or us - they have fears, strengths, and feelings...and it's a really great learning experience for the kids! 

So if you are looking for something different for your family day out, check out Wolf Creek Habitat with these amazing creatures. It’s an eye opening experience for the whole family, and one that you are not likely to forget in a long while! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$30 suggested donation to interact
  • Children$15 (under 10) suggested donation to interact
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Fall and Winter Hours: Weekends only 11am to 5pm. Other seasons vary.

All year round.

Teachers corner

It's an eye opening experience for students, and with group rates why not bring the kids out of the classroom to learn about nature first hand? .

Any Top Tips?

There are strict rules that you must follow if you want to visit the animals in the enclosure, so make sure you read them before you go and then you will have a fun, and safe, time! .

Doing our bit

The wolves are rescued and cared for, and their well being is of the upmost importance to their carers. They are also dedicated to educating those who visit on the nature of these animals, which is very important for kids to understand. .

Need a little extra help?

In order to go into the enclosure itself you must be able bodied. .

Can I get one of those?

There is a lovely gift shop where you can get some great gifts to take home all about your experience! .

More information

Feel free to bring your camera but the rule is - if it doesn't fit in your pocket it's a no go! .

What people are saying?

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    Absolutely amazing, the staff was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. The wolves are incredible to see and interact with. Very calm atmosphere all around, was nervous at first but felt very comfortable once I was inside. Highly recommend.

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    I drove 2 hours to get here and it was way worth it. I almost didn't come because it was raining and it wasn't even that warm. Turns out, this is ideal weather for a wolf. They were active and better yet, no crowds because of the weather. We were the only two people there and that meant we got extra time in the enclosures with the super nice staff they have there. They made sure that we met every single wolf we were allowed to interact with. The wolves are nice and super beautiful. Pretty awesome experience.
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by April Packwood

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I drove 2 hours to get here and it was way worth it. I almost didn't come because it was raining and it wasn't even that warm. Turns out, this is ideal weather for a wolf. They were active and better yet, no crowds because of the weather. We were the only two people there and that meant we got extra time in the enclosures with the super nice staff they have there. They made sure that we met every single wolf we were allowed to interact with. The wolves are nice and super beautiful. Pretty awesome experience.
The lady who worked there told me that the day before when it was like 80 degrees had brought in like 200 people and it was crowded, weather like that sucks for the wolves too so rainy and cold is the best if not winter for visiting here. Well worth the visit. Dying to go back already. Loved it so much I bought a tshirt from their adorable gift shop.
Also, their website says you need close toed shoes and pants to go in. Pretty good idea to wear a jacket because Iya might jump on you with her paws on your shoulders. Free to look and $20 to interact with the wolves. Must see!

The Weather

Thursday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 52° F / 11° C
Humidity: 80 %
Wind: ESE - 8 MPH

Friday

Conditions: Overcast
Temp: 56° F / 13° C
Humidity: 88 %
Wind: SW - 10 MPH

Saturday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 61° F / 16° C
Humidity: 89 %
Wind: S - 9 MPH

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