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Visit The World Famous Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide Colorado



Come walk with one of our experienced and knowledgeable guides, and learn why it is important to preserve our diminishing wildlife -- not only for their existence but ours as well.

Our personalized, ONE-HOUR WALKING TOURS through the sanctuary are fun and educational. We guarantee an up-close view of the beautiful, majestic and elusive wolf. We consider ourselves not only a sanctuary for animals but for people too!

Tours last between 60-75 minutes on average. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your tour time.

Tours are conducted year-round Tuesday through Sunday at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm plus 4pm in the spring/summer seasons. All tours are by reservation only. During May through August we will also schedule special private tour sessions at 5pm for groups of 10 or more. We welcome school groups, cub/boy/girl scout groups, nature enthusiasts, work parties and any other organization you may belong to.

Wolf Kiss PRICING and RULES STANDARD TOUR:
The Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center survives solely on your donations. In order to provide for these animals, we require a non-refundable fee of:

$10 Per Adult
$7 Per Child (12 & under)

CWWC is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charity, and any donations are tax-deductible. Please ask us for a donation receipt.

VIP TOUR:
During a VIP tour, you and your friends/family will enjoy the standard tour followed by an additional half-hour interaction inside our Ambassador Wolf enclosures!

You will be considered our “special volunteers for the day,” and get an up close and personal experience with our socialized wolves. Wolf kisses are common so don’t forget your camera!* IT IS AN EXPERIENCE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET!

We ask for a fee of $150 for the first 2 people and $50 for each additional person (up to 6) in a family/friend group together. (Space is limited per tour time so ask about VIP availability when you reserve.)

****NOTE: Guests must be 18 or older to participate. Dress for play; Wear only hiking boots or closed toed shoes. Do not wear crocks, sandals or any shoes that allows your foot or toes to be exposed, expensive jewelry, down coats, leather, suede, fur clothing, fur/flux trimmed collars or boots.

Due to the potential risks involved in entering the wolf enclosures, you will be required to sign a liability waiver before you go on the tour. Unfortunately, we cannot allow persons who are handicapped mentally or physically, pregnant, person(s) with medical conditions and/or medical devices (e.g., oxygen tanks, walkers, canes, colostomy bags, etc.) or frail elderly persons. Staff will make the determination at the time of the interaction to determine if the individual(s) is physically fit to enter the enclosure. If the VIP tour has been prepaid, the money will be fully refunded.

Driving Directions

Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is in Divide, CO. Your GPS will not be accurate and will be off by at least 1⁄2 mile shy so it is best to follow the directions below.

FROM COLORADO SPRINGS ··· 1 HOUR
Heading west on U.S. Hwy. 24 (for approx. 26 miles) you will go through Woodland Park and come to a small town called Divide. There will be a stop light in the center of town. Head straight or west for 1.5 miles where you will see a BLUE state directional sign that says COLORADO WOLF AND WILDLIFE CENTER with an arrow that is telling you to turn left. Immediately after, you will see a GREEN state sign that says TWIN ROCKS ROAD. Make that left onto CR 42 Twin Rocks Road and travel exactly 1.5 miles. The wolf center is on the right with a wolf statue on a large bolder. Landmarks prior to the Twin Rocks Road turn off on left side of Hwy 24 as you are heading west: Sherwood Forest Estates · Crescent Cabins · Big red barn building

FROM BRECKENRIDGE ··· 1.5 HOURS
Take CO-9 south for about 21 miles. Turn left (east) onto Hwy 24 for approximately 38 miles. Turn right (southwest) - almost a U-turn - onto Lower Twin Rock Road or Twin Rocks Road or CR-42. There is a red barn on the left side just PAST the turn. Travel exactly 1.5 miles. The wolf center is on the right with a wolf statue on a large bolder. If you see a Sherwood Forest subdivision sign on your right on Hwy 24, you went too far... turn around.

FROM DENVER ··· 2 HOURS
Take I-25 south into Colorado Springs and take the Cimarron (Hwy 24) exit 141 - heading west for approximately 26 miles. You will go through Woodland Park and come to a small town called Divide. There will be a stop light in the center of town. Head straight or west for 1.5 miles where you will see a BLUE state directional sign that says COLORADO WOLF AND WILDLIFE CENTER with an arrow that is telling you to turn left. Immediately after, you will see a GREEN state sign that says TWIN ROCKS ROAD. Make that left onto CR 42 Twin Rocks Road and travel exactly 1.5 miles. The wolf center is on the right with a wolf statue on a large bolder. Landmarks prior to the Twin Rocks Road turn off on left side of Hwy 24 as you are heading west: Sherwood Forest Estates · Crescent Cabins · Big red barn building.

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