A popular attraction in Montgomery is the Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary, located at 2757 Saint Beulah Chapel Road, three miles west of Montgomery off Highway 105. The sanctuary was voted No. 1 Montgomery attraction by TripAdvisor.
The sanctuary is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity run by volunteers and created to provide a permanent home for non-releasable wolves and wolf dogs to live out the rest of their natural lives safely and comfortably with loving care and attention. The organization is also committed to educating the public about wolves and about the complexities of wolf dog ownership.
Home to 14 Wolves
At present, the sanctuary is home to 14 wolves, including one named “KOA” in honor of Lake Conroe KOA, which sponsors the lovable creature. KOA’s estimated year of birth is 2002. He likes burying bones, eating treats, taking baths and entertaining guests. KOA teaches us about love, the sanctuary’s website notes. Click here to read more about this incredible animal and its is heartwarming story.
The sanctuary welcomes visitors, but they will need to schedule an appointment. To arrange a tour of the sanctuary, visit the sanctuary’s website at http://www.wolvesofsaintfrancis.org.
Note: The sanctuary conducts an annual fundraising raffle to help defray expenses. Sales for this year’s raffle close on Nov. 12. Click here to support the raffle.
For more information on the sanctuary, visit http://www.wolvesofsaintfrancis.org. If you have any questions or need to get in touch with the sanctuary, e-mail it at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (936) 597-WOLF (9653). Also find the sanctuary on Facebook.
Lake Conroe KOA is the ideal place to call home if you are visiting the Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary. Book your reservation by calling toll-free (800) 562-9750.