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.
Wolf Park After Dark
Cookout Howl Night
Animals’ Birthday Party
Walk for Wolves
Wake Up Wolf Park
May 18 June 22 July 27 August 24
September 28 October 19 November 16
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.
Saturday, January 12 & February 9, 2019
Winter Wolves is our annual seasonal events which occurs on Saturdays in January and February. Join us for a day of fun at featuring the wolves in their glorious full winter coats! Hot drinks are available indoors so that visitors can warm up in between activities, which often include talks on how animals survive the winter, outdoor games and sometimes a demonstration of how we cut up road kill deer to feed to the wolves.
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, March 2, 2019
Visit Wolf Park as we preview our open season with Dollar Day! For one afternoon only, admission to Wolf Park is just one dollar! Visit Wolf Park for self-guided tours, booths promoting our upcoming season and much more!
Special events abound with crafts, drinks and give-aways. Many activities and treats are available for just one dollar. Bring your singles and visit Wolf Park today!
$1.00 admission is applied to all visitors regardless of age. Coupons and memberships are not valid on Dollar Day.
Tips for a Successful Dollar Day
Come Early – This is the busiest event of the year! There is often a LONG line to get in.
Bring Singles – The sooner we can get you in the door, the sooner you can enjoy the park! Exact change makes this go faster! Remember – $5 minimum on Credit Card purchases!
Carpool! Our parking lot is only so big. Cram together!
4-Wheel Drive – We have a field you can park in if you have the truck for it. Don’t get stuck!
Be Nice to Our Neighbors – We can only keep doing this event if we’re not disturbing the town. Please try not to wreck their landscaping or block their driveways.
There are no raindates!
Saturday, April 6, 2019
1 – 4pm
Treat delivery at 2:00pm
All wolves, foxes, and coyotes are born in spring. Our animals’ birthdays are all within a couple of weeks of each other around late April/early May, so we like to have one big celebration! Each animal gets their own tasty, wolf-safe birthday treat to enjoy. Previous birthdays have included cakes, frittatas and piñatas!
Guests will have the chance to watch as the cakes are presented to the wolves. Each animal approaches this environmentally enriched activity with his or her own special flair.
Want to help support this event? Buy a cake for an animal here and receive a photo of them enjoying their treat!
Friday, April 19, 2019 | Friday, July 12, 219 | Friday, September 13, 2019
6 – 9:00pm
Enjoy a special Howl Night with a meal included! Arrive at 6pm to roast hotdogs (and veggie dogs) over a campfire. Adults can enjoy a brew. Desserts are available for purchase. Listen to the staff tell stories about Wolf Park through the years then join us for Howl Night at 7:30.
Saturday, April 20, 2019
To provide wolves and humans with enrichment, Wolf Park hosts an annual Easter Egg Hunt! With the help of the Easter Bunny, visitors can help hide treats for the wolves. Wolves enjoy marshmallow peeps, eggs, sausage, cheese and more! After the wolves have had their party, the kids will have their egg hunts (with candy treats instead of meats).
The day’s activities often include crafts and games as well. A general schedule is as follows.
2:00 – Help hide treats for the wolves in the main enclosure, then watch the wolves search for Easter eggs!
2:30 – Join us on a tour as we provide treats for all the other animals of Wolf Park
3:30 – Egg hunts for kids 0 – 15 years old!
Saturday, June 1, 2019
4 – 7pm
Our huge annual fundraiser! Form a pack, raise donations and compete with other packs to win prizes. Join us at Wolf Park on the big day for an event filled with music, activities, food and special guests. Something new every year.
Memberships & coupons are not valid at Walk for Wolves. Special admission prices apply.
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Main Event: 2pm
How do you keep a wild animal entertained? Any way you can! At Wolf Park, we are always looking for new and fun ways to enrich the lives of our wolves, coyotes and foxes. With this event, YOU can be a part of it.
Help build enrichment devices, decorate the main enclosure and watch the wolves explore, and learn ways to entertain your pets at home. Come out to learn and play at Wolf Park!
Saturday, June 15, 2019 | Saturday, August 10, 2019
10:00am – 12:00pm
Are you an early riser? So at the wolves! They love the mornings. Join us Saturday mornings in the summer for a Pancake Breakfast and mid-morning tours. See the Park at a cooler time of day, watch the awakening animals, and perhaps hear them howl!
Saturday, July 6, 2019
Treats Delivered 2pm
To give our wolves a summer treat, and to celebrate the fourth of July, Wolf Park hosts its annual Watermelon Party. Every year we provide our animals with a fun treat in the form of a watermelon stuff with treats such as spam, sausage, cheese, pig ears and ice cream! Maybe it’s not your picnic of choice, but it’s heaven to the wolves.
Visitors are invited to watch as each animal enjoys their summery treat. These unique treats provide environmental enrichment, giving our critters something to roll on, stuff their noses in, paw, lick, chew, scent-mark, and defend.
Want to help support this event? Buy a watermelon for an animal here and receive a photo of them enjoying their treat!
Also cool off with a shaved ice from our special guest Gibson Shaved Ice.
Saturday, October 26, 2019
1 – 5pm
Treat delivery 2:00pm
Celebrate Halloween with the wolves! Help stuff jack-o-lanterns for the animals to enjoy, and then watch as each animal find their own special way to tear open the pumpkin to find the treats inside. This is a great time of year to come out and see the wolves in their thick winter coats and enjoying the cooler temperatures.
Other activities include a costume contest! Come dressed in your finest and compete to win prizes. What other activities will there be? Come and find out!
Want to help support this event? Buy a pumpkin for an animal here and receive a photo of them enjoying their treat!
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!