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Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, Divide

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Reviews
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  • Going into this, we really weren't sure what to expect. I love dogs, but getting to actually interact with wolves was something I never thought I'd get to do. This place was great! The tour was extrem...  more »
  • Visited with my 18 and 10 year old daughters. Was very informative. I liked that they did not push for donations, but instead educated us and gave some guidance on ways to advocate for the animals and...  more »
  • Great visit, took a tour and then a photo tour, totally worth it. The owners and employees never tried to push us to buy more items, It's spoke for itself. We will be back.  more »
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  • We recently booked a private wedding at the center. From the beginning planning stages and all the way through the ceremony, the staff was so helpful a day professional! The area our daughter-in-law chose is a beautiful and magical woodland setting. And..the bride was able to have both her father and a white wolf escort her down the path!! If you're looking for a unique venue for your wedding, it would be worth your while to check this place out. What a fabulous morning! We would do it again. 😊
  • We took the regular one hour tour and also did the Alpha Photo session. The tour guide for our one hour tour was incredibly knowledgeable and had a good sense of humor. I left feeling like I received a thorough education on wolves and their current predicament concerning loss of habitat and "anti-wolf" laws and regulations. The Alpha Photo session was an incredible experience to be able to interact up close with the wolves. The pictures were also very well done.
  • Loved it! Guides were knowledgeable, answered all questions, great gift shop, friendly/engaging staff, beautiful animals, and the howling at the end of the tour was great! Definitely recommend!
  • Good tour with beautiful animals. Awesome, passionate staff. Animals are well cared for. Very informative. I would not suggest bringing very young children, only because there is a lot of info given by your guide, and little guys can get distracted/talkative during the tour. We had several very well behaved toddlers in our group, and they were quite antsy during some moments. It's a very family friendly place, but I personally would leave under-fives with a sitter.
  • The wolves were great. ......amazing creatures. But the "introduction/orientation" was nothing but inaccuracies and out right lies.....the trapping and fur farm "facts" and the hunting "facts" we're anything but factual. Additionally.....we paid to see wolves....some of the wolves were "shy"....naturally you can't blame shyness on the guide....but if you know this about the animals, I would think that you would engineer your facility to facilitate viewing....even the shy ones. Would not go back.....to expensive for what you got and I don't appreciate the political agenda supported by dishonesty.