Wolf Creek Habitat & Rescue
A USDA LICENSED 501 (C) 3 NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION
We are the Keepers of the Wild
2022 - 2023
SEPTEMBER 17th - JUNE 1st
SATURDAY & SUNDAY only
11am - 4pm
(gates open at 10:30 if you want to interact)
WE ENCOURAGE ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO INTERACT
TO ARRIVE AT 10:30AM WHEN THE GATES OPEN.
Last group must be signed in before 2pm
MONDAY: OFFICE CLOSED
TUES - FRI: Office Open10 - 3
SAT - SAT: Open to Public 10 - 2
Any calls coming in after 3:00pm will be returned the following business day.
On the weekends we are not always able to answer phone calls. Please refer to our website
for all your questions.
First come, First Served
PLEASE LEAVE ALL YOUR PERSONAL ITEMS IN YOUR VEHICLE
If you bring them in with you, you'll be asked take them
back before interacting.
We have no where to keep them in the gift shop
Do you love to read? On October 1st from 11-?
M.L Cook will be here at Wolf Creek Habitat for a book signing.
Serenity's Gift is her newest novel. We are honored & humbled that she mentioned WCH to receive donations.
She has been here and has sat with our wolves, so she knows how much we love our wolves & foxes.
She will be here until the 20 books are gone.
Her next book will be about our ambassador wolf Crisou.
Please come to meet Mary and get a signed book.
Mary Cook lives in the Midwest. She’s retired, with hours and hours to write. She first began writing in 2019, at the age of 63. Since then, she’s written twenty-seven books. She enjoys writing in several genres. She's written horror, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, romance, and more. However, the main theme in all her books is romance. After all, everybody needs a happily ever after.
She enjoys her quiet mornings with a cup of freshly brewed coffee. It’s in these quiet times, whether morning or the dead of night, inspiration comes, and words flow. It’s up to turn that inspiration into magical worlds, that will in time unfold on the pages of books.
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WHO WE ARE
Wolf Creek Habitat is owned by Terry & Kathy Baudndistel
Wolf Rescue/Educational Center is located at
14099 Wolf Creek Rd, Brookville, Indiana,
It's about an hour from Cincinnati, Ohio, hour and 1/2 south of Indy.
It's very important to us to educate our visitors about the
good & gentle side of a wolf. They are truly misunderstood.
We are open to the public on the weekends year-round, weather permitting, and it is free to observe all of our packs from the Observation Deck, however there is a $50 donation per person to interact with 2/3 wolf packs. Each pack last approximately 20 minutes.
Click here for the disclaimer form. Read it, print it, and fill it out beforehand, and bring it with you when you come to save some time.