It's a Family Tradition
Approximately 60 Displays of North American Animals
Museum is about the length of 2 city blocks
The animals are in natural settings with hand-painted backgrounds.
Many displays have sound effects.
The museum also includes:
Small movie theatre
Hands-on Room/ Poetry Display
2 projected image displays (featuring an early MI fur trapper)
Walk-in Display where you can touch the animals
Window display w/antique fishing & hunting items
Activity Sheets (Scavenger Hunts, etc.) are available for children.
Call of the Wild
Call of the Wild was opened in May of 1965 by Carl and Hattie Johnson and is now run by their three children. The Johnson family believes community, family, and education are important for everyone. Call of the Wild has been a family tradition, not only for the Johnson family, but also for the families who visit year after year. In 1986, the Bavarian Falls Park was built, continuing to make the location a family destination.
June 15th- Labor Day
Monday-Sunday 9:00am - 9:00pm
OPEN ALL YEAR