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Wolf Park
4004 E 800 N
Battle Ground
IN
47920
Tel: 765 567 2265

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Wolf Park is located two miles north of Battle Ground, a tiny town located about 12 miles north of Lafayette, Indiana.

Where are we going today?

Love animals? Then why not head to a place which is ALL about animals - the conservation, the protection, and the behavioral research of them? That's what Wolf Park is all about!

Wolf Park is located in Battle Ground, and is home to some beautiful wolves, and some other animals. These include the Gray wolves, coyotes, Red foxes, Grey foxes, and even bison!

The animals have all been hand-raised, with the purpose that visitors will learn all about these captive creatures, and become more interested in the preservation of those creatures still in the wild.

Wolf Park isn't your average zoo. They offer unique experiences for families to meet the animals in person!

The park is great for kids to really learn about these animals, as they meet with them face to face. They'll learn about how they live together, what they eat, and where they naturally live.

Don't miss the events that Wolf Park host each year, as they are super fun for the family! Howl Nights are popular, as are the After Hours experiences at the park. There are talks on animals and their behavior, and there guided tours 6 days a week from May to November, and then Saturdays in April.

If kids love the animals, why not look into the overnight camp for kids aged 5 to 11 years! Super fun!

It's animal fun all around at the Wolf Park where kids wil learn invaluable lessons - and make new friends!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$6
  • Free Under: 5 years.
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

1pm - 5pm Tues - Fri / 1pm - 5pm weekends

Open Season May 1 to Nov 30. Rest of year just Saturday Howl Nights

Teachers corner

Wolf Park offers educational tours throughout the year, which are great for kids to really learn about not only the animals, but how and why they should be protected!.

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of places to eat nearby, so grab something before or after your visit to the park!.

Any Top Tips?

Wear walking shoes and bring a camera!.

Doing our bit

They are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to behavioural research, education and conservation, with the objective of improving the public's understanding of wolves and the value they provide to our environment..

Need a little extra help?

They are primarily an outdoor attraction, but they will do their best to accommodate. Only service dogs are allowed in the park. There is handicapped parking for cars, and the buildings are accessible..

Baby Facilities

You can bring a stroller for the walking tours..

Can I get one of those?

Wolf Park has a gift shop where you can take home some great gifts and souvenirs - all about wolves of course!.

What people are saying?

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    I went for the three day Wolf Intensive Weekend seminar and it was great. The staff is great and very knowledgeable. I am a staff level volunteer at an exotic animal rescue facility in NC and have been working with wolves for the past year. The instructors reinforced what I have already been taught and then exposed me to so much more. Their wolves are very well cared for and socialized. They are not afraid of new people, and anyone who knows about wolves realizes that it takes 100s of hours to get to that level of socialization. The staff...Read More

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    I did a month long externship here, and it was one of the best experiences of my life! The staff is so knowledgeable about wolves and captive animal care, and it's really obvious that the animals are well taken care of. They do all kinds of enrichment for the animals to make sure that their lives in captivity are fulfilling and interesting. The interactions between the staff and the animals are also always very positive. Both the wolves and the people clearly enjoy interacting with each other, and the animals are never pushed out of their comfort...Read More

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    I have been a few times with all the family, kids and grandkids. Everyone loved it. The kids were so excited when the wolves howled with everyone. They loved the stories by the campfire and the s'mores. We go in the fall especially when the wolves get their Trick -or-Treat Pumpkins. And of course we can't leave until everyone gets some kind of souvenir of that trip. We all have such a good time. I am a wolf fanatic and the g-kids are following in my path. If I lived closer I would love to volunteer.

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    I have yet to make it out for one of the "events" but I love this place. The wolves, bison, and other animals are amazing. The staff and volunteers are knowledgeable and helpful. The gift shop is a must stop. Monty Sloan has taken some fabulous photos. It is great for anyone but a special treat for advocates of the wolf.

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    Awesome although one wolf bit my ass I feel like having sex right about now ah oh yeah that feel good hit me baby one more time wooohoo

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by sean haley

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I went for the three day Wolf Intensive Weekend seminar and it was great. The staff is great and very knowledgeable. I am a staff level volunteer at an exotic animal rescue facility in NC and have been working with wolves for the past year. The instructors reinforced what I have already been taught and then exposed me to so much more. Their wolves are very well cared for and socialized. They are not afraid of new people, and anyone who knows about wolves realizes that it takes 100s of hours to get to that level of socialization. The staff stresses and practices safety at all times. Even though it is a 11hr drive I will definitely be going back to learn more and see their beautiful wolves!.

by CM L

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I did a month long externship here, and it was one of the best experiences of my life! The staff is so knowledgeable about wolves and captive animal care, and it's really obvious that the animals are well taken care of. They do all kinds of enrichment for the animals to make sure that their lives in captivity are fulfilling and interesting. The interactions between the staff and the animals are also always very positive. Both the wolves and the people clearly enjoy interacting with each other, and the animals are never pushed out of their comfort zone. Interactions are on the wolf's terms, and safety is always a priority. Staff never goes in alone into enclosures, and watches for subtle body language cues to make sure the animals are still enjoying the interaction. For anyone that has ever wanted to see wolves close up, this is the place to go. You will leave knowing more about wolves than you ever thought you could! Be sure to bring a camera!

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