This Wolf Sanctuary In Texas Lets You Hang Out With Wolves For Only $10
Such a rare opportunity!
Wolves are often thought of as scary, somewhat vicious creatures. Little do people know, they're actually the complete opposite, and only act defensively when absolutely necessary. There's a wolf sanctuary near Houston that gives people the chance to get to know wolves as well as wolfdogs, which will soon after become your two favorite animals.
Saint FrancisMontgomery, Texas which is . For now, that is.
The sanctuary has had plans since earlier this year to relocate by early 2020 to Navasota, 15 minutes from the original location.
All of the wolves and wolfdogs are in for a serious upgrade pretty soon and until then, you can schedule a tour to visit them ASAP.
Sanctuary tours are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 1 p.m. and on Saturdays at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m.
The tours are just $10 per person on almost every occasion, aside from on Discount Days. Discount Days are the first Tuesday of every month, where tickets are $7 per person!
Children five years old and younger are always free, meaning the sanctuary is welcoming of all ages.
You can check for availability here and schedule a sanctuary tour, VIP tour, birthday party experience, and much more.
No matter when or which tour you end up taking, you'll get to learn all about the wolves and wolfdogs at Saint Francis' sanctuary.
They currently have 11 animals, all with gorgeous names and even more incredible stories.
Saint Francis is always welcoming donations, and we highly recommend checking out their website before visiting to learn what you can do to help with their mission!
Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary
Price: Free to $10
When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays
Address: 2757 St. Beulah Chapel Rd., Montgomery, TX
Why You Need To Go: To meet wolves and wolfdogs and learn all about them!
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