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Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, Ramah

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
WILD SPIRIT WOLF SANCTUARY is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing permanent, safe sanctuary for abused and abandoned captive-bred wolves and wolf-dogs.
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  • Staff was friendly, would recommend taking a bottle of water with you. It doesn't look very big, but they take their time discussing the animals. We happen to be there with a GIANT Boy Scout Troop. We...  read more »
  • educational, and fascinating look at the work being done, and still needs to be done, to provide long-term care for wolves and wolf dogs. 
  • We visited Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary last Sunday afternoon (Sunday, May 15). The tour before us was larger, so we were so lucky to have Stephanie guide just the two of us. We loved seeing the Arctic ...  read more »
  • An absolutely life-changing experience for me. I don't even know how I got it into my head to travel here but now I know I needed space and wildness and it was rejuvenating and healing. I will most certainly return and highly recommend. The staff are not only loving to the animals but treat the guests so well I felt HOME.
  • Seeing wolves has always been a dream of mine. Peyton and Crystal made it happen. It was awesome, and everyone, even the volunteers knew so much and cared so deeply about the animals and were so accommodating I'd recommend anyone to go out of their way just to visit!
  • I have always loved wolves so when my husband surprised me with a trip here for Christmas, I was over the moon. The sanctuary was beautiful in the snow and all the wolves were energetic. We booked the cabin but they upgraded us to the bigger, better equipped lodge as there were issues with the snow. It was amazing and so comfortable. Because we stayed in the lodge we got to take Flurry for a walk. It was the best experience ever. Layton himself took us for the walk which was a real honor. We originally booked the hike but because I wasn't feeling well, they were happy to change to a feeding tour and a Yellowstone experience instead. The staff really took care of us and made sure we had the best experience ever. The feeding tour was fun, you get to see the wolves up close and excited. They go into great detail about their diets. Nimoy was hilarious when we fed him, he was showing off and being mischievous as usual. I will never forget the Yellowstone experience for the rest of my life. Meeting Rory and Zoerro up close and getting to know their story was a real honor. I greatly respect both man and wolf dog. Zoerro warmed up to us in an instant, which wasn't typical. We also gave him the longest back scratch anyone ever had. He even treated us with a song up close and personal. Overall, this is my favorite place in the whole world. I love their mission and share their passion for saving wolves and wolf dogs from the breeding industry. If I didn't have my job back in Utah, I'd be moving in and joining their wonderful sanctuary in a heart beat. You can really tell the animals come first here, just the way it should be. I will most definitely be coming back, likely for the rest of my life!
  • Visited here some years ago and loved it. I 'm in the process of moving back to Colorado. It is on my place to go to list . I can hardly wait!
  • Awesome place to see wolves at and to interact with them also is amazing!!! Hope to visit them soon!
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