Public wolf howls take place annually in late summer. Park staff lead visitors on a trek and offer howl imitations that are sometimes answered by wild wolves.

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Parks and Outdoors Review of Public Wolf Howls

Away Travel Expert: Sue Lebrecht
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  • Public Wolf Howls are free with a camping or day-use permit but only take place on Thursdays in August and only if wolves have been heard the night before. To confirm on the day of, check the park bulletin boards or visit
  • Be sure you've got lots of gas; the howling site may be up to 45 minutes away.
You've got an 80 percent chance of hearing wolves howl in Algonquin Provincial Park on Thursday nights in August. That's when park naturalists attempt to elicit a cry from the wilderness. The event starts at the Outdoor Theatre with an illustrated

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Outdoor Theatre
Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

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Telephone Number: (705) 633-5572
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