Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center rescues wolves and canine wildlife from captivity and poor conditions. They are provided a spacious home, healthy diets, and the best veterinary care. It’s located about 30 miles west of Colorado Springs in Divide.
Walking tours are given year-round with experienced guides. Tours last about 60-75 minutes and are by reservation only, so call ahead or reserve online. You can book either a standard tour, coyote/dog encounter, meet & greet encounter, or VIP encounter. You can also take a photo with a fox or do a feeding tour, which is offered year-round usually at 4 pm or 6 pm year-round.
Address: 4729 Twin Rocks Rd, Divide, CO 80814
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday | Closed Monday
- Peak Season – 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, 4 pm, and 6 pm
- Low Season – 10 am, 12 pm, and 2 pm
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