Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania near Lancaster, PA
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The sanctuary began in 1980 as more of an educational facility with the purpose of learning more about the life and habitat of the wolf. They are located on twenty-two acres and presently have 40 wolves. They've been caring for and sheltering wolves for over twenty years and are pleased with what they've accomplished and have been able to do.
With so much land available, the wolves are allowed to be behave as part of a pack, raise their own offspring and choose their mate. Each wolf has its own name and is treated like the individual that it is. Because the Wolf Sanctuary is a non-profit organization, they rely on donations from others. They also do not receive any government aid or grants, so all donations are appreciated and used for food, shelter and veterinary care when needed.
Public tours are available on Saturdays and Sundays. Although reservations aren't required for the weekend tours, they do ask that reservations be made for weekday tours or group tours. Saturday and Sundays are the only days they are open unless you have made prior arrangements.
If you wish to stay more than a day, they also own a beautiful 18th century Colonial mansion for lodging. You will feel like you've stepped back into the past. All rooms have their own bath, thermostat, cable TV, DVD players and wireless internet. They also have private individual cottages with kitchenettes if you are planning on staying more than one night.
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