89 Mount Pleasant Road, Columbia , NJ
The best time to visit the preserve is in the winter when the wolves have their full coats. Come, explore and learn about some of the world's most amazing animals through our educational Wolf Watch tours. Upon arrival you can enjoy either a scenic 1/2 mile nature walk from the parking area to the preserve or the company shuttle to the perserve. Once you are at the preserve you will be invited into the observation area in the center of the preserve. You will be surrounded by 4 different packs of wolves.
The Wolf Watch tour is 60-75 -minutes long. COST: $15 FOR ADULTS, $7 FOR CHILDREN UP TO 11 YRS OLD PLUS TAX
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The preserve is few miles off Rt 80 by the Delaware Water Gap. From Rt 80 West take exit #4 (from Rt 80 East exit #4c) follow Rt 94 north for 2 miles, make a left onto Mount Pleasant Rd we are up Mount Pleasant Rd 1.5 miles on the left. Registration is in the campgrounds gift store and office.
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