OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY • 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Standard Tours

Unlike Specialty Tours, Standard Tours do not require advance reservation.

Beginning in 2022, we will make two types of tours available; the Self-Guided Tour and two Guided Tours each day we’re open.

Guided Tours

Twice a day we offer Guided Tours, led by one of our Caregivers. You’ll learn about each of our species and have the opportunity to ask questions. Each of our Caregivers has their own experiences they can share with you, given they work almost daily with these rescues.

This tour takes about an hour or so, determined by the number of questions and level of interest of the tour guests. You are welcome to wander around the lower compound on your own, prior to the start of each of the Guided Tours, and after the noon tour.

Guided Tour availability:
Thursday through Sunday
Noon and 3:00 PM
$15 adults/$10 children 12 and under, seniors, and military veterans.
Children 2 and under are free.


Self-Guided Tour

You’ll have access to our lower compound and have the opportunity to observe most of our species, including wolves, wolfdogs, Australian dingoes, foxes, domestic dogs, and New Guinea singing dogs. Unfortunately, our coyotes aren’t visible to Standard Tour guests, due to their discomfort with strangers. You’ll have access to our lawn games, picnic areas, and our brand new educational building that features hands-on and interactive learning.

If you arrive prior to the start of a Guided Tour, you are welcome to walk around while you wait for the Guided Tour to start.

Self-Guided tours are available during hours our gift shop is open:
Thursday through Sunday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
$15 adults/$10 children 12 and under, seniors, and military veterans.
Children 2 and under are free.


Our Specialty Tours require advance reservation, at least 48 hours prior to the event. Specialty Tours require resource and personnel planning and must be scheduled in advance. You can learn about Specialty Tours and make reservations online by visiting the Specialty Tours page.

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