Register & Visit
All visitors are required to pre-register for a program - simply click on the event of your choice on the Program Calendar for additional information and registration! All children must be accompanied by an adult. The WCC reserves the right to cancel and refund any program due to a lack of registrants.
MEET OUR WOLVES
The WCC's three 'ambassador wolves' reside on exhibit where they help teach the public about the importance and plight of wolves. To best prepare the critically endangered wolves who are candidates for wild-release, the center's 21 Mexican gray wolves and 10 red wolves reside off exhibit within the WCC's Endangered Species Facility.
Directions & Parking
For guests unable to walk up hills, or walk 100-200 yards, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request accomodations.
LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION
The WCC is located in South Salem, NY and can be accessed via public transportation. Visitors traveling from NYC can take the Metro-North Harlem Line to the Katonah station and then take a taxi to the WCC (approximately a 10-minute ride). Although Uber and Lyft are found in the surrounding areas, rides are not as prevalent as in more populated cities; please plan accordingly or use a taxi service.
Guidelines, Policies and Rules
The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) is a smoke-free facility (this includes no juuls, e-cigarettes, vaping, drugs, or tobacco products of any kind).
- Visitors age 16 and under must be accompanied by a chaperone. Sleeping with Wolves registrants under age 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
- Touching or feeding the wolves is prohibited.
- Deposit trash in designated receptacles.
- Shirts and shoes are required at all times.
- We reserve the right to escort from WCC grounds any individuals or groups who are acting in ways deemed harmful to our animals, or that impinge upon the enjoyment of the experience by other guests.
- Weapons of any kind are not allowed at the WCC.
- Alcohol is not permitted, unless provided by the WCC during specified programming.
Guest Conduct Policy and Expectations
- The well-being, respect, and dignity of the wolves in our care are our top priority. We reserve the right to adjust or cancel our programs at any time to ensure the safety and comfort of our wolves as well as the safety and enjoyment of our staff, volunteers, and guests,.
- All guests to the Wolf Conservation Center are expected to be respectful to the wolves, staff, volunteers, and other guests and to behave in an appropriate and family-friendly manner.
- To this degree, we reserve the right to refuse admission to, escort from WCC Campus grounds, and/or revoke without a refund the program attendance or registration of, any individual or group who endangers our animals, staff, volunteers, guests, or property
- This includes those who engage in inappropriate or abusive behavior, verbal, or physical harassment, discriminatory or threatening behavior, or anything else that otherwise interferes with the safety or enjoyment of the WCC by others.