The Sleeping with Wolves program on May 28, 2022 has been CANCELED due to the inclement weather. Please call the WCC at 914-763-2373 with any questions.
Please note: The Wolf Conservation Center is only open to registered guests during scheduled programs. Please refer to our Program Calendar for a list of upcoming events.
Per CDC guidelines, any unvaccinated individuals are recommended to wear a face covering while outdoors at the WCC. Individuals wishing to enter the WCC's gift shop, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a face covering.
Visit the Wolf Conservation Center
Come meet the wolves! We do not allow drop-in visitors, so please sign up for one of our programs:
Enjoy the opportunity to photograph some of the WCC's wolves from unique vantage points!
After School Programs
Take a walk on the wild side and give the young animal lover in your family a chance to thrive among wolves and other woodland critters!
Sleeping with Wolves
Camp out overnight with the 40+ wolves that call the WCC home! With wolves, vultures, and open skies, we're New York's version of Yellowstone!
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