Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon? Trust us—it’s definitely not lame like that Pocahontas reference. Immersive, fascinating, and humbling, Wolf Howls at Haliburton Forest give participants the opportunity to experience wildlife on a personal level.Visiting the forest to listen for a response from our resident wolf pack is popular amongst guests. In fact, participants regularly stay over in Haliburton Forest accommodations mid-week for a more private interaction. Groups of 12 and more are also eligible for private tours—great for bringing the extended family and friends, or even a work group.
Although we can’t guarantee that the wolves will answer our interpreter’s call, we have a pretty successful track record!
Wolf Howls at Haliburton Forest
This thrilling outdoor experience takes place in the evening. Starting off in the Seminar Building, participants first listen to a themed presentation on wolves, their ecology, and their relationship with humans.
While there are a few wild packs of wolves that roam Haliburton Forest’s 100,000-acre wilderness, our captive wolf pack has been on site since 1993, and has provided unparalleled research and outdoor education opportunities. Roaming a 15-acre enclosure, our pack has more than enough space to roam.
This bucket-list-worthy nature experience can create unforgettable memories for guests. But to make a full day of it, Haliburton Forest has many other immersive outdoor activities you can participate in prior to a wolf howl.
More Bucket-List-Worthy Activities at Haliburton Forest
Summer is one of the best times to get outside and take in all that nature has to offer. Haliburton Forest provides plenty of opportunities to get away from your phones and other distractions, participate in outdoor education and recreation, and potentially try something new and exciting!
Here are 3 activities you could explore at Haliburton Forest this summer:
- Canoeing: Work in sync with your family, friends, or whomever you choose to hop in a canoe with to paddle across one of over 100 scenic wilderness lakes under the afternoon sun. You’re also more than welcome to bring your own equipment, if you have it.
- Fishing: Angle for 3 different species of trout while navigating one of the Forest’s 100 lakes.
- Canopy Tours: Stroll along our unique boardwalk in the treetops and enjoy the grand view of the wilderness when you see Haliburton Forest from above.
BONUS: A Whole List of Bucket List Items to Tick Off
For a full list of activities to enjoy this summer and during the rest of the year, download our FREE Outdoor Experience Bucket List.
Looking to customize an experience that includes Haliburton Forest Wolf Howls? Contact us to start planning your adventure! If you’re planning to visit with a large group, you can also fill out this handy form.