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“A once in a lifetime experience ”
Review of Mission: Wolf

Mission: Wolf
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

This is somewhat hard to get too, but well worth the drive. The folks living here are knowledgeable, caring folks who are dedicated to preserving wolves and wolf mixes. The history behind this facility is amazing. The wolves are treated with love and respect. If you can try and make the meet the wolf demonstration, you will not be disappointed.

Thank Amy G
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

This place is worth the trip! Our tour guide was very informative and patient. I had altitude sickness and they made every effort to make me comfortable so that I could still enjoy the tour. Each wolf has a story to be told. They are majestic creatures and everyone should take the time to experience their presence!!

Thank Naomi W
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Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

We were given a personal tour by John a passionate person who has dedicated his life by volunteering at Mission Wolf. John educated us about how they rescue and preserve the wolves in their natural environment and facts about wolves in our country. We were fortunate enough to meet Kent the founder and allowed to interact with the wolves on their territory. Simply amazing and exhilarating!! A wonderful place that is making a difference for our wolves.

Thank Rena S
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Reviewed 27 September 2016

Allow a little extra time to drive on the gravel/dirt roads. Check their website for times. We went in the enclosure with three wolves at 2 pm and had a guided tour beforehand, but could have taken the tour after. Definitely worth it. Feeding time was impressive and gave meaning to "wolfing down your food". The food is cut up in the open and young children might need to come on a different day. Young children also do not go into the enclosure with the wolves. Everything is quite safe. Everything is also very well explained. Don't bring your pet.

Thank GGDesMoines
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Reviewed 14 September 2016

I can't say enough about the Mission Wolf experience. Please get there and get there as soon and as often as you can. This is an amazing team of people managing an amazing pack of wolves. They know their stuff, and Kent and Tracy & their team have created as wild an environment as they possibly can while keeping the rest of the town at bay. Yes, there are fences, but the most that can possibly be done to keep the wolves satisfied has been. If you get there on a Tuesday or a Saturday before feeding time, you will have a chance to see the wolves at their most frisky selves. They are hungry and are anticipating their big feed. If you want to visit with the wolves up close, they have three ambassador wolves who will keep you company and beg you to pet them until they are done. Kent does a great job of sitting around the campfire beforehand educating the group on how to interact with wolves and about wolves and the mission.

Thank DingoPaint
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