We are excited to have visitors back in person by offering public tours again!
During the tour, you will be guided through the sanctuary and will meet some of the residents up close and personal, hear their stories and learn about what you can do to help change the world for farmed animals.
Volunteers are welcomed to join us on one of our dedicated work party days. We accept groups of up to 15 people on these days to help with projects like barn cleaning, painting, grounds keeping, fence repair and more.
Volunteers should come dressed for the weather, wear close toed shoes and may want to bring a hat, sunscreen and water.
Our work party days always end with a tour and an opportunity to meet the residents!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in signing up for one of our work party days.
Private tours are available, just contact us!
Note: There is no guarantee that you will get to interact directly with an animal resident on the tour. But many of our residents are very friendly and will come running over to greet you!
When you visit Kindred Spirits Sanctuary it is important to remember that this is the animal's safe space. Our rescued residents always come first!
Please read all of the following information before coming for a tour or to volunteer:
Tours last approximately 2 hours and run rain or shine unless there are hazardous weather conditions.
Gates will open 15 minutes before the tour start time and will close 15 minutes after. Please call if you are going to be more than 15 minutes late. Due to staffing we are not always able to accommodate late arrivals.
Plan to dress in appropriate layers of clothing, sturdy shoes that can get dirty. You may want to bring sunscreen or a hat as well.
The sanctuary is almost fully accessible for guests who have disabilities. Depending on the weather there may be some areas that become muddy and harder to maneuver however, if you want to know more about our level of accessibility please be sure to email us!
Many of our residents are on special diets, so please do not bring any snacks for them.
For the safety and comfort of all, dogs are not allowed on sanctuary grounds.
You may bring a snack for yourself but please do not bring any meat, eggs, dairy or animal by-products to the sanctuary out of respect for the animals, staff, and fellow visitors