Where wolves and humans

connect in nature

for educational purposes.

Experience First-Hand The Call of The Wild

Seacrest Wolf Preserve offers an unforgettable, educational experience where visitors encounter wolves. This rare and immersive experience allows guests to come face to face with the Seacrest Wolf Ambassadors as they learn important scientific information about this amazing keystone species. We offer several different types of educational tours by reservation only.

Visit Seacrest Wolf Preserve!

Come meet the Seacrest Wolf Ambassadors. ALL VISITS REQUIRE A RESERVATION.

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This unforgettable experience takes you on a walking journey through large, natural habitats that are home to Gray and Arctic Wolves. This tour ends with our Small Animal Adventure. 


This amazing, private tour offers the highest level of wolf interaction. This one-on-one experience enables the guests to enter the enclosures with the tour guide and become part of the pack. 


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All of our Rules are strictly enforced.

Please read the rules before visiting.




We Need Your Help! 

Help support the Seacrest Wolf Ambassadors, and become an advocate for America's Wild Wolves.

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Show your love and support for the SWP Wolf Ambassadors by purchasing a symbolic adoption today!


Stay connected with SWP, the Seacrest Wolves, and America's Wild Wolves by signing up for our quarterly e-mail newsletter!


America's Wolves and Wildlife need your help to make their voice be heard. Visit our Resource Page to learn how you can take an active role in preserving America's wild heritage. 

Seacrest Wolf Preserve, Inc.  |  3449 Bonnett Pond Road  |  Chipley, FL, 32428  |  850.773.2897  |  seacrestwolfpack@yahoo.com

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Seacrest Wolf Preserve, Inc. is a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization #59-3709419

What Our Visitors Had To Say

"Closest thing to Heaven on Earth!"

"Being able to learn more about the care and conservation of these beautiful, social creatures is amazing. Better yet, you get to walk around with them and even pet and howl with them. Amazing experience!"