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!
Wear walking shoes and bring a camera!
There are a number of places to eat nearby, so grab something before or after your visit to the park!
Wolf Park is located two miles north of Battle Ground, a tiny town located about 12 miles north of Lafayette, Indiana.
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!
Wolf Park has a gift shop where you can take home some great gifts and souvenirs - all about wolves of course!
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.
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You can bring a stroller for the walking tours.
1pm - 5pm Tues - Fri / 1pm - 5pm weekends
Open Season May 1 to Nov 30. Rest of year just Saturday Howl Nights
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