Plan Your Visit

Visit our park to see wildlife, learn about nature, and explore our rehab center—a journey of discovery and care!

Open Hours

Summer Hours
Open Daily 9am – 5pm

Fall / Winter Hours
Open Daily 9am – 5pm

Closed Holidays

4th of July Week
July 1, July 5
November 22, November 23
December 24, December 25
New Years
December 31, January 1

General Admission

Adults: $20
Seniors (55+): $17
Children (4-12): $12
3-and-younger: Free

Visit Wildlife Images Today

Wildlife Images is a working wildlife rehabilitation center with a number of permanent residents who can’t be released. It is open for visitation year round. Join us for an up close and personal experience with some of our resident animals including wolves, grizzly bears, bobcats, birds of prey and many more. We guarantee your visit will be an unforgettable experience!

Wildlife Images Membership

When you become a member of Wildlife Images you not only get year-round benefits, you also ensure Wildlife Images will be around for future generations to experience.




Annual Visitors

Experiences & Encounters

Our wildlife encounters are immersive and help foster a deep connection with wildlife. These interactions not only create lasting memories but also raise awareness about the importance of conservation. Come witness for yourself the beauty and complexity of wildlife up close by booking one of our wildlife encounters as part of your visit!

Field Trips

Embark on a field trip to Wildlife Images, where students can leap into the heart of nature, encountering wildlife up close and igniting a lifelong passion for environmental stewardship.

$10 per student (pre k – 5th grade)
$15 per student (6th grade – High School)
1 chaperone per 10 students required
50% non refundable deposit due at time of booking

Camp EEK!

Camp EEK is a summer day camp we host every year for youth. During these week-long immersive sessions (8 in total) , campers learn about wildlife, rehabiliation, and conservation. Our staff have years of experience in educational and recreational settings with youth. See our upcoming Camp EEK schedule and sign up for a class below!


Wolf Pack

The Wolf Pack Junior Keeper Program provides local teens an opportunity to grow and share their knowledge of wildlife working as a Junior Keeper in our park. Each Wolf Pack session will include a lesson and STEAM based learning opportunities as well as a chance to get hands-on experience in a variety of animal care areas, including animal husbandry, training, diets, handling, and more! Pack members will work alongside experienced staff and volunteers to learn about our resident animal ambassadors and will assist in interpreting and presenting this knowledge to the public.