Throughout the year, Wolf Park puts on special programs for the enjoyment of animals and visitors alike. These are great times to come out to Wolf Park, see something new, and see the wolves enjoying something unique.
Unless otherwise stated, all normal admission prices apply to these events. Memberships and coupons are valid unless otherwise indicated. Advanced tickets are available for some events, but no reservations are necessary.
7:30 – 11:00pm
Once a month, Wolf Park is open late after Howl Night so visitors can see the park after the sun sinks low. Visitors can walk the tour trail, listen to the wolves howl, and see the animals at a time of day they are frequently active. Watch out for fireflies and shooting stars! Listen to the frogs and insects sing and maybe spot a bat or other nightlife. Then, stop by the campfire, roast a marshmallow and chat with the staff.
Winter Wolves 2020
January 11th & 18th
February 8th, 15th, & 22nd
Winter Wolves events are the only days in our off season where you can see the wolves! Join us for a day of fun at featuring the wolves in their glorious full winter coats!
Winter is a great time to see the wolves, since they love the cold and tend to be active and howling all day long, unlike those long hot summer afternoons which they spend napping. When the pond is frozen over, the wolves skate and play on the ice.
Winter Wolves is a great time for families to come visit us — there is something for everyone.
Saturday, November 30, 2019
1 – 5pm
Treat delivery 2:00pm
Happy Thanksgiving from Wolf Park! What are our animals thankful for? How about an entire turkey apiece? At this event, every canid receives their favorite ‘fowl’ treat! Can you throw a turkey over the fence? Do you want to see the wolves tear into their Thanksgiving dinner? Join us and help feed the packs.
Saturday, December 14, 2019
1 – 4pm
Party begins 1:30
Better watch out and better not cry cause Santa Claus is on his way! Every year, Santa stops by Wolf Park to deliver treats to all the good little canids here. Join the fun and help decorate a tree with edible ornaments for the wolves. Then, join us in the conference center to enjoy drinks and crafts, and to tell Santa what you want for Christmas.
In the past, Santa has arrived by dog sled, on horseback, by convertible, and in a helicopter! Be sure to visit and see how Santa will come to Wolf Park this year!