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The animals were hidden all the time we were there. You maybe could see the heads of the wolves as they were sleeping in the tall grass in the enclosures. Plus they feed these wolves road kill, and th... more »
Year after year we have watched the park's wildlife , and the people who work there are very knowledgeable.. It is definitely worth a visit. more »
I have been here many times through the years.it is a must to do..the guides are great.the wolves,foxes,coyotes,and bison are all amazing..it is a moving and great experience.so proud of all of you he... more »
Wolf Park is a sensory delight if you enjoy wolves, foxes, and other canine like animals. It is located in Battlegrounds, IN, near West Lafayette. It is located in a rather obscure location, through some back roads, and is kind of off the beaten path. But it is a gem of a place if you enjoy learning about wolves, and other members of the canine family. They have a very nice gift shop, with all kinds of amenities from postcards, patches, bumper stickers, clothing apparel, fridge magnets, and most touristy items. The facility is spacious, and there is a trail on which a tour is given by two tour guides, who are very informative, and like to give you a lot of interesting information on the individuals wolves at Wolf Park. You walk the entire time through the tour to different spots Everything is caged off in a steel cage linked fence, but the wolves are very curious and sociable, and if active, will follow along the steel cage linked fence with the tour is being conducted. The tour lasts about 30-40 minutes. In it, you will encounter wolves, foxes, and bison (wolves' natural prey), along the way. You will also get to see beautiful Indiana farmland, a pond with a bridge, and some other picturesque sights of Northern Indiana. It is a lot of fun, and very educational. I don't think there is a lot they can add to the experience that would make it better. Perhaps if they did a shuttle through the park, with stops to get in and out, instead of the walk. But a good place to visit in northwestern Indiana for sure.
Had a fun time with family. Very unique place and all the animals looks they are happy at the park unlike a zoo. Definitely recommend as a nice weekend place to visit with family. Staff was friendly as well
If you like your wild canines, then this is a place for you. However, do not do a regular tour and a Howl Night back to back, as you'll have to wait outside the park for two hours before you can come back, and there is no place close to hang out. Also, your guide during a normal tour might get them to howl anyways, so a Howl Night would be just an extra expense unless you really want to contribute to the wolves, foxes, and coyotes there, in which case feel free. The walking path is not particularly friendly to wheelchairs and rollators, especially the back half. However, they can take a couple people who need it on a golf cart on a case by case basis.
Went here for Easter. The Egg hunt went well but the entry fee was steep for what they had to offer. You basically walk the trail, see some foxes, wolves, and bison and look at the time to see only an hour went by and you already saw the whole park. It's not like a Zoo where you can spend the whole day there.
A bit underwhelming. Could probably be improved by going at a cooler time of the day or year as the animals weren't very active. Fewer animals than I expected overall as well.
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