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Wolf Sanctuary of PA

#2 of 26 things to do in Lititz Features Animals
465 Speedwell Forge Rd, Lititz, PA 17543-9537
+1 717-626-4617
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Interesting but

I will start by saying this is a very interesting tour HOWEVER it drags on too long in my opinion... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
jammy-10
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York, Pennsylvania
Amazing experience!

Absolutely loved the tour of this passion project. Be sure to book a few weeks in advance as the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
autolesa
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Boulder, Colorado
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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465 Speedwell Forge Rd, Lititz, PA 17543-9537
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I will start by saying this is a very interesting tour HOWEVER it drags on too long in my opinion. You cant tour on your own and there was a group in front of ours that held us up. I was interested for maybe 40...More

1  Thank jammy-10
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely loved the tour of this passion project. Be sure to book a few weeks in advance as the tours are only held on Tuesday and Thursday. We will definitely go back! They also have a nice little gift shop.

1  Thank autolesa
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My husband and thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Wolf Sanctuary. Denny, our tour guide, knew the history of every wolf. It is obvious that the staff-- almost all volunteers-- know these animals as individuals and care deeply about their well being. Denny explained why...More

1  Thank Annmintz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw the literature at the B&B we stayed at in Ephrata and asked our hostess about it. She noted it would be a great place to visit and offered to call and get us on the tour as they are limited. We were so...More

1  Thank Sandra S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spotted this tour by chance. A small article in the Lancaster visitor guide. No hotel leaflets or even signage from the highways. Was expecting a tour lasting 1 - 1 1/2 hours. We were there for nearly 3 hours. The wolves were clearly visible...More

4  Thank AndyP1998
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited with a group from neighboring Maryland. Our guide Denny, who has volunteered there for 11 years, knew every wolf by name and told us about the history of each wolf. Even though I have been an avid supporter of wolves in the West, I...More

2  Thank Kira L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazing place, great tours, beautiful wolves. Highly recommend, we will be back. The level of commitment that the volunteers have come thru in their talks on the wolves. We want to take a private tour, but they are booked up thru June. Great selection in...More

1  Thank ScubaRock
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Denny, was our guide for our visit. He was excellent!!!!!! We learned about the history of the sanctuary, purpose and so forth. There are about 45 wolves. We saw six packs, learned about individual ones, stories of how they came to the sanctuary, and many...More

Thank Sharon B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was a very nice place to visit, the wolves are beautiful. Our tour guide was personable, very knowledgeable and answered all questions posed. They rescue hybrids, and as well as preserve wolves. Great visit for adults and children alike. We went on the daylight...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We arrived at 11am for the 12pm tour on Sunday. We were asked by the attendant to wait in our car until the attendant opened the gates at about 11:15. Volunteer docents helped us park our car and directed us to the guest shop to...More

1  Thank Ibrook T
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karenwalt
how often do tours go out?
12 November 2016|
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Response from Dawn D | Property representative |
Hi! We do one tour on Saturday and one tour on Sunday at noon this time of year, and one tour by appointment on tuesday at 10am and one tour by appointment on thursday at 10am. Please be sure to check out our tour page... More
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Sharon B
Hi! I would like to know if wheelchairs are an acceptable form of taking the daytime tour. I have serious knee and low back issues and will be 6 months out of a laminectomy. I do walk but very, very limited. I will have family with me to help with the wheelchair. I also can push my own wheelchair over the terrain. And also do you have rentable wheelchairs there or should we rent them from someone else. I am coming in from Atlanta, Ga to visit family and they know I love wolves and would like to bring me there. Thank you for your time in this matter. I am Sharon Beaver.
20 June 2016|
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Response from LovesHippos | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sharon. Your wheelchair will limit you to approximately half the wolf habitats. Half of the wolves are located on both sides of a very steep hill. The other thing to take into consideration is that the pathways are... More
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Ali n
I have someone in my group who is Low Vision and would do fine on the walking tour but we were concerned that she wouldn't be able to see the wolves in the dark. Is there any sort of lighting around the pens or is it just moonlight?
15 May 2016|
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Response from sallyg899 | Reviewed this property |
There probably is some low lighting, but I am not sure I have not attended a moonlight, depending on how early it starts it will still be light out. I really think the after dark is more about hearing the wolves than seeing... More
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