Our family loves wolves so this seemed like a great day trip idea. It was an easy drive there. The hike to the preserve is beautiful, the campgrounds that the preserve is on is very pretty. There is a nice trail and a pretty lake. We went on a Saturday afternoon and there were a lot of people there for the tour. When the "tour" begins, they take you through a gate and up a little hill. You can get a good look at the wolves but there are so many people trying to get a look so it can be hard to see. The guide gives a little speech about the wolves, they throw them some treats, get them to howl which was cool and then you go back down the hill and walk over to see the foxes. It was ok but I thought you would get to spend more time with the wolves. The foxes don't really like to be bothered with. There are bobcats but one was going in for surgery so we didn't get to see them. You can tell that the husband and wife that run the preserve are good people who really care about the wolves. The wolves have a lot of room to roam around. Not worth the $15 tour fee in my opinion. Overall, it is a nice place for the wolves but I wouldn't go back again.
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