Plan Your Visit

Some of our resident wildlife includes..

Wolves,
Red Fox,
Ranch color fox,​
Arctic Fox,,
Cougars,
Raccoons in three different colors, 
skunks in four different colors,
Fishers,
Porcupines,
​whitetail deer
and P-Dogs.​

Our Non-Wildife includes
goats,
horses,
chickens​
mini horses, cows, pigs small, med and large.
2017, Moving on to bigger and better things!

This is an outside experience
please dress for the weather!

Volunteers welcome, Sat and Sun 12-6.
Starting April 29th. ​

We do NOT charge for admission! We are NOT an animal exhibition. Everyone that comes on the weekends must volunteer and help feed the animals. Everyone welcome! 
You pay for what you feed.​  ​


We are an OUTDOOR agricultural farm.
Please dress for the weather.
Open Sat and Sun for
​public volunteering 12-6.

Starting April 29th.​
​​Sorry we are not open on weekdays except for HAK volunteer help

Fur-Ever Wild's location is
10132  235th St W, 
Lakeville, Mn 55044
From Cedar take Hwy 70 West, to Dodd Blvd (Hwy 9), take a left, (South)
3 miles to 235th St W,
 take a right on 235th St W, Fur-Ever Wild is your first driveway on your left. 
612-467-WOLF (9653)

We do NOT charge for admission! We are NOT an animal exhibition. Everyone that comes on the weekends must volunteer and help feed the animals. 
You pay for what you feed.​


We support our troops,
Show your military ID and get $10.00 in Free food.
Active or retired.​

If possible, Please donate,  bring a bag of cans, dawn dish soap, old towels, bedding Big black garbage bags or old clothing.

School and other large groups are available on weekdays.  ​​
Call 612-467 WOLF for more details






Birthday party volunteering tours available. School, church and other volunteer programs available. Girl Scouts, we can help you earn your habitat badge.
Please call for more details.
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Fur-Ever Wilds wish list.
Towels, wheat bread, blankets, Dawn dish soap, new sponges, ​Mops, apples, carrots, Big garbage bags,  
​Cooking kettles and pots (used for watering),
​Fleet Farm Gift Cards and brooms.