The One-Of-A-Kind Park In Nebraska Where You Can See Wolves Up Close

We may be used to seeing some pretty impressive wildlife here in Nebraska, but we don’t often get to see wolves. This special park has tons of animals to see and learn about, but the grey wolf pack may be the most impressive (and somewhat hidden) part of the experience.

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Next time you visit the Wildlife Safari Park, don’t miss this exceptional experience. Seeing the wolf pack up close is such a unique treat – and the rest of the park is pretty awesome, too!

Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park & Wildlife Safari is located at 16406 292nd St, Ashland (I-80 exit 426). It’s open April-October, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Click here for admission prices and more information.

While you’re in the area, stop by the always-delightful Platte River State Park for some of the best hiking in the state.