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Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

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378 Candy Kitchen Road, HC 61 Box 28, Ramah, NM 87321
+1 505-775-3304
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The coolest canines live in Candy Kitchen!

After listening to howling throughout the night during an overnight at El Morro campground, I felt... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
JenHallden
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Great cause and a wonderful organization

We have wanted to visit the sanctuary for about a year and finally decided to make the 2 hour drive... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Shantkayaks
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Tohatchi, New Mexico
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378 Candy Kitchen Road, HC 61 Box 28, Ramah, NM 87321
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+1 505-775-3304
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After listening to howling throughout the night during an overnight at El Morro campground, I felt inspired on my drive the next morning and impulsively followed the signs leading towards The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary; I was SO glad that I did! This place is...More

Thank JenHallden
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We have wanted to visit the sanctuary for about a year and finally decided to make the 2 hour drive south. The sanctuary has a small gift shop and the prices are very reasonable. The cost of the tour is $10.00 per adult and I...More

Thank Shantkayaks
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

This was the highlight of a trip full of wonderful experienced. We paid for the alpha package and it was worth every penny.our favorite encounter was with the new guinea singing dogs. It was such a wonderful opportunity to interact with these rare canines. We...More

Thank Tess S
Reviewed 28 August 2017

I am so biased but I fell in love with this place the first time I visited. If you love wolves, you NEED to go here. We have taken two groups here now and many of the people we brought said it changed their lives....More

Thank Almosteph
Reviewed 5 July 2017

My husband, nineteen-year-old granddaughter, and I wanted to get out of the city to a peaceful place for the 4th of July. Our granddaughter has suggested visiting the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary for a year, and we choose this time to do it. It was...More

Thank NMBosque
Reviewed 4 July 2017

What a wonderful place and sanctuary for these majestic animals. They offer several tours throughout the day, you do not need reservations, just show up at your desired time. They have a nice gift shop with wolf themed items. Our tour guide was wonderful, very...More

Thank diaq
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

So great to see these beautiful creatures rescued and living not in cages, but in very large areas up a half acre or more. And the staff is so knowledgable and provide a wonderful education to the public. I highly recommend visiting this special place...More

Thank CECILE J
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Great experience. Worth the extra drive if you're passing by El Morro Rock or the Zuni Pueblo. They have about 65 Wolves, Wolf dogs, dingos, coyotes, etc. All in very nice large enclosures. They have several tours each day (call for times; they are closed...More

Thank Doug G
Reviewed 24 May 2017

We took a standard tour led by a very knowledgeable guide. The sanctuary provides a habitat for rescued wolves and educational experience for visitors. Well maintained with large enclosures for the animals. Animals appeared comfortable and well cared for. A group following us opted for...More

Thank BlueridgeCharlie
Reviewed 7 May 2017

This Sanctuary is past Ramah, NM. You will get off the main highway and go four miles on a very bumpy gravel road to get here. Right across the street is a small trading post that you can buy some snacks or stop and eat....More

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Kathy B
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Response from Tennessee50plus | Reviewed this property |
She will absolutely love seeing the many wolfs, dingo's and coyotes and the fox. The story of each rescue is interesting and heartwarming. The guides are caring and very good at answering questions from the young visitors... More
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