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Red Wolf Sanctuary

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3027 State Route 262, Rising Sun, IN 47040-9157
+1 812-438-2306
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A tour worth seeing!

You have to get permission to tour but it is worth it. They have done a tremendous job of taking... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
BMW143
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Jonesboro, Arkansas
Great place to tour! Animals are extremely well cared for.

We truly enjoyed our time at Red Wolf. Our guide, Hannah, was knowledgeable about each of species... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2018
cdshafer
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Cincinnati, Ohio
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Awesome animal santcuary, open to public, free tours. They have White Red Wolves, Raptors, black bears, foxes, and coyotes. Licensed and safe.
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3027 State Route 262, Rising Sun, IN 47040-9157
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Reviewed 4 days ago

You have to get permission to tour but it is worth it. They have done a tremendous job of taking care of our heratige. Some of the animals did not come our of there foilage but it was hot and they were probably smarter than...More

Thank BMW143
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Reviewed 14 April 2018

We truly enjoyed our time at Red Wolf. Our guide, Hannah, was knowledgeable about each of species and shared endless amounts of information about them. She also shared stories about the personalities and habits of the individual animals. Many of these animals have come to...More

2  Thank cdshafer
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Reviewed 19 November 2017 via mobile

Where do I start? The amazing dedication that the owners have to caring for these animals? The natural habitats where these beautiful creatures live? Their obvious love for Paul? His knowledge of their life stories, his ability to incorporate education (genetics, environmental changes, etc) into...More

1  Thank Amber A
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

We had an amazing afternoon. The facility is truly incredible. You could feel the owner’s love for his animals and his indomitable passion for their care, rehabilitation and well being. It is a day my family and I will remember and cherish forever.

1  Thank edleader
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

this was a fun experience to see the red wolves in their natural habitat and to watch them be themselves nice folks run it also and operate the place enjoyed thourghly.

Thank melissarc2015
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

Red Wolf Sanctuary is a wonderful place for misplaced wildlife unable to return to the wild that are well taken care of by caring and devoted staff. Ample space is provided for each species that mimics their natural habitat and allows interaction with appropriate others...More

Thank grainbowjudy
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

Paul is great! Took a tour with my husband and another couple with Paul as our tour guide. All of the animals responded to Paul with so much excitement you can tell he is very hands on and takes very good care of them. He...More

Thank Hoticeky
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Reviewed 18 July 2016

I was looking for somewhere to take my grandson. I like to take him on adventures as we call them that are close to home. I found this on trip advisor, I called and set up an appointment. This was a great experience. Guide was...More

1  Thank isewillhoite
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Reviewed 1 November 2015

I found Red Wolf Sanctuary on Trip Advisor. I'm so glad we took the chance. I called on Friday afternoon, got an answering machine & left a message. Paul called back that evening & we set up a tour for the next afternoon. This place...More

4  Thank Danielle W
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Reviewed 29 September 2015

We took the private tour. Wonderful educational tour for children. It has large enclosures for the animals so that they can live as if they were in the wild. The sanctuary is in the process of growing and building new facilities so I would recommend...More

1  Thank 626pb1970
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Response from edleader | Reviewed this property |
The vast amount of the facility is outdoors. It’s spread over 450 acres if I remember correctly. Some of the paths have a fairly steep grade and the areas are separated by a good distance. However, on our tour we were driven... More
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