Buffalo Tours in Steuben County

Photo Credit: Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve

Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve

The last week of October is the final week to take a guided tour at Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve in Fremont, Indiana before winter hours begin. Tours are available Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the final tour leaving at 3 p.m. Winter hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays only, beginning in November.

Guided tours into the bison herd: $10 adults, $7 under 10 yrs old, free under 2 yrs.

Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve is home to approximately 250 wild bison roaming over 400 acres that they claim as their home.

In mid May, the calving season begins with 40 to 50 proud mothers showing off little 35 pound golden babies.

During the summer, they leisurely graze and move through seven sacred fields constantly moving as in olden days.

In early September, the bulls begin the rutting season. The dominant bulls are challenged by the smaller younger bulls. In the end, the largest, bravest and most powerful bulls will dominate and create through the natural course of nature…a stronger healthier bison herd.

For more information visit: wildwindsbuffalo.com

Read more about Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve here: https://travelindiana.com/wild-winds-buffalo-preserve/

Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve
6975 N Ray Road
Fremont, Indiana 46737