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Please visit our wolves in the sanctuary on a guided walking tour. These tours are lead by trained docents who can answer your questions on a plethora of subjects including history, status in the wild, range, longevity. (See hours and admission section for Wolf Haven's seasonal sanctuary hours.) The tour route is flat and wheelchair or stroller accessible - however be aware that it is a gravel path. Please leave your pet at home; visitor's dogs are not allowed on Wolf Haven property. Contact us at 360. 264.4695 x221 prior to your visit if you have a service dog and would like to visit Wolf Haven.
Guided tours are approximately 50 minutes and cover a variety of educational information on wolves; wolf biology and ecology; and recovery programs and conservation. Information on Wolf Haven's work for wolf conservation and background information on sanctuary residents is also provided by tour guides.
Tours of the sanctuary are not for everyone, especially young children who get restless and who have a short attention span. Children who are disruptive have a stressful impact on our animals. Hence, if your child is deemed disruptive by the docent, you will be ask to remove him/her from the sanctuary. Again, this is for the comfort of our animals.
Tours depart every hour on the hour, with the last one leaving at 3pm, one hour prior to close. We recommend that you plan to arrive for your tour at least 10 minutes in advance to purchase your tour tickets. We do not take reservations for daily guided walking tours (unless you plan on bringing a group).
The tour moves at a leisurely stroll and visitors are on their feet for about one hour. The sanctuary path is made of gravel. Benches are located along the tour route for those who might need a rest. Most often, there is only one tour group in the sanctuary during the hour, and the group remains together as a "pack".
In addition to daily guided walking tours, Wolf Haven offers a variety of seasonal programs and special events that are sure to keep you howling!
Please note: visitors may not bring treats for the wolves, or feed them during tours. We do not allow tripods or monopods, (unless you are on a scheduled Photograpy Tours)
For questions or to arrange a group program or visit, please contact the Education Department at 360.264.HOWL  x220.