Nestled at the base of the Kittatinny Mountains near the world-famous Delaware Water Gap, you can experience something found nowhere else. Imagine hiking in the woods, sitting by a campfire, or relaxing at the lake, enjoying the peace and serenity that only nature can provide.
Suddenly, the woods come alive with the howls of wolves, instantly transporting you to an ancestral time, when man was truly one with nature.
Lakota Wolf Preserve located on Camp Taylor provides an opportunity to view wolves in natural surroundings. Whether you’re on a day trip for a Wolf Watch or enjoying camping at Camp Taylor, you will cherish the experience at this award-winning destination.
Wolf watches with educational talks are held twice daily on weekends and by reservation only Tuesday through Friday. They are closed on Mondays. Bobcats and foxes are also at the preserve.
Overnight campers at Camp Taylor receive a discount on wolf watches or they may take the short hike up to the preserve during daylight hours to see them at no charge when a watch is not going on.
Photo Credit: Dan Bacon III