Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center rescues wolves and canine wildlife from captivity and poor conditions. They are provided a spacious home, healthy diets and best of 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. All tours are by reservation only, so call ahead or reserve online. Feeding tours are also offered year round usually at 4pm or 6pm year round.
Address: 4729 Twin Rocks Rd, Divide, CO 80814
Season: Year round
- Tours are given 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
- In the summer and spring a final 4pm tour is offered.
- Feeding tours are offered at 4pm from Sept 1 to May 14 and at 6pm from May 15 to August 31 on all open days except Thursdays.
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