Ever wanted to hang out with a wolf? If yes, Colorado’s got a place for that. Head on down to the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, located just 40 minutes from Colorado Springs to see wolves in Colorado. An animal sanctuary that operates with the goal of educating the public about the importance of wolves, coyotes, and foxes and their role in the ecosystem, this is one Colorado attraction for both animal lovers and adventurous souls.

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Trips to the wolf park can be made year round, though the wolves show off their fullest coats during the fall and winter seasons. You can also meet red foxes here!

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Different packages are available, ranging from tours and feeding demonstrations to hands-on experiences.

Most tours conclude with a wolf howl in which visitors are encouraged to howl along with the wolves. For a truly unique experience, sign up for one of the full-moon howls that takes place each month.

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