It's one thing to see animals, but it is entirely different to interact with them. The excitement we felt when five wolves surrounded us and two actually gave us kisses, or when one jumped up on a log where we were sitting and let us scratch it, was a once in a lifetime thrill. It was a learning experience as well as chance to be with the wolves for three hours. Then as an added perk, we held skunks and a groundhog (so cute), hand fed a raccoon and petted arctic foxes. We camped there and fell asleep to the howls of the magnificent wolves. Great staff helped make this a six star attraction.