Wolf Haven International

Founded in 1983 to provide a sanctuary for unwanted captive wolves and to re-educate the public concerning the animals, an 80-acre site nestled into a forest amid the Mima Mounds houses more than a dozen gray wolves bred in captivity. Guided tours among the large, open-air animal enclosures explain wolf behavior and socialization. The facility is also the major breeder of the extremely endangered Mexican gray wolf (enclosures not on view). An ongoing program to re-introduce animals from the center into their natural habitat has thus far met with little success, owing to human predation.

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3111 Offut Lake Road South East, 98589 Tenino


+1 360-264-4695


13 $

Opening hours

Apr-Sep: daily except Tue 10am-4pm (Sun noon-4pm); Oct-Mar: Sat 10am-4pm, Sun noon-4pm