Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Rosseau: Address, Phone Number, Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary Reviews: 4.5/5

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
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Tess L
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Awesome outing for the animal lover!
Aug. 2021 • Couples
So fun, highlights were seeing the black bears and the Arctic fox! You can tell how much the staff cares about the animals. They do such important work, would definitely recommend!
Written August 19, 2021
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11thHourTraveller
Oakville, Canada56 contributions
Interesting experience
Sep. 2020 • Solo
Joined the guided tour (about 1.5 hour). Our guide Sarah was very knowledgeable and has a lot of interesting stories about the animals. $15 for the 1.5 hour tour and good cause - well worth it. I would recommend to visit if in the area.

They limit the number of participants and everyone was wearing masks. Very responsive to the email inquiry.
Written September 24, 2020
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KTJ60
Ramsbottom, UK267 contributions
A valuable established wildlife centre with genuine care for its animals.
Sep. 2019 • Friends
We visited today by easy arrangement and were guided round the sanctuary by Desiree a volunteer who was very informative.
The key objective is to rehabilitate wild animals if they become orphaned or injured.
They do have some residents who now live there due to circumstances that prevent them from adapting to living wild...
We met them all and they are beautiful .. so well cared for and valued.
A great visit if you are a wildlife lover of all ages
Written September 17, 2019
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Adele C
Huntsville, Canada76 contributions
Great to see animals up close
Aug. 2019 • Family
Went with a group guided tour with about 50
Of us. Our children 3 and 4 enjoyed seeing the bears, moose, coyotes and cats up close. The pace was slow for them with the amount of ppl.

It was clear they care for the animals and work to rehab the majority of them. Great to see the work they do.
We paid $15 each for adults and the kids were free. A nice couple of hours.
Written August 24, 2019
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Wade D
Toronto, Canada3 contributions
Not worth the hassle
Sep. 2018 • Family
Went to one of their open houses. Was packed, no parking. You have to park on a gravel road and walk a km or two to get there. Couldn't see much. The enclosures were overgrown with wild plants making it impossible to see the animals (I know its not a zoo so I get it but...). Saw a raccoon, porcupine, fox, and moose. That was it... Very muddy after the rain.
Written September 6, 2018
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Sara S
Toronto, Canada74 contributions
Love the work that is done here.
Jul. 2017 • Friends
We participated in one of the guided tours. It was great to get to see some of the animals that call this place home. Very sad to hear all their stories but happy that these animals are well cared for and help other humans to better understand how we can better live with wildlife.
Written July 18, 2017
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caml77
Caledon, Canada574 contributions
Great to see Wild Ontario Animals Up Close
Jul. 2017 • Couples
We went on one of the three open house dates. Enjoyed seeing wolves, bears and coyotes up close. You can book private tours on other dates. Check their website for details.
Written July 12, 2017
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Mary B
Caledon, Canada79 contributions
July 2017 long weekend
Jul. 2017
A wonderful rescue sanctuary for wildlife. So many awesome volunteers help to run the facility
Check out their website or Facebook to see when they are open to the public
Written July 2, 2017
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Sarlllll
1 contribution
Amazing Sanctuary Doing Amazing Work
Apr. 2017 • Family
Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary never fails to amaze me with their incredible work with injured and orphaned wildlife. They keep their rehab animals behind the scenes with minimal human contact in order to ensure they do not become habituated to humans, but their permanent residents, who are rescues from captive situations and non-releasable for various reasons, are able to be seen via private tour. Their permanent animals are kept win large, natural enclosures, specifically designed for their species' needs. These animals always have the choice whether or not they want to be seen, but they are generally interested in private tours. The tours are great for the whole family, (all by appointment, so call ahead), and also give you the opportunity to learn about coexisting with wild animals. Aspen Valley does incredible work, and will always have my support via donations.
Written April 6, 2017
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