Register by August 10th to help celebrate 50+ years of environmental stewardship at Wolf Ridge.

August 26-28, 2022

Drop-In Visitors

Skiing On Snowy Trail

Non-registered visitors are welcome to use the trails at Wolf Ridge.

Whether you live just down the road, or you’re heading up the North Shore for a vacation, everyone is welcome to explore our extensive trail system. 

There is no cost to use our trails, but we ask all drop-in visitors to check in with our office inside the Administration Building when arriving so we know you’re on campus. 

Office Hours

  • Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Closed Saturday and Sunday

Download Trail Map

Things Non-Registered Visitors Can Enjoy at Wolf Ridge

Stopping by Wolf Ridge?

All indoor facilities and classrooms, except our Administration Building, are closed to the public, including:

  • Farm facilities
  • Indoor climbing walls
  • Outdoor ropes courses 
  • Raptor aviary
  • Canoes

We do not have outdoor equipment available for public rental and we are not open to the public for camping.

Unfortunately, we don’t allow pets on campus. 

Wolf Ridge is Not a Nature Center

Wolf Ridge is an accredited residential learning center. Our visiting school program immerses students in the outdoors.

We offer 50+ classes and experiences designed to stimulate a love and understanding of the natural world. Our staff is busy teaching students and hosting scheduled visiting groups throughout the day.

If you’d like to experience an activity or tour on campus, please contact us ahead of time.

Wolf Ridge is Not the Wolf Center

Our good friends at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, love visitors, especially if they’re looking for a live wolf exhibit. Wolf Ridge does not offer wolf exhibits.

We do offer the chance to experience abundant wildlife on our 2,000-acre campus while exploring 18 miles of hiking and ski trails.

Interested in visiting Wolf Ridge as a registered group?     Contact Us