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PEAKsgiving V November 4, 2017

PEAKsgiving V November 4, 2017

PEAKsgiving is our annual Gratitude Gala! We’re excited to have our first guest speaker this year, Kristin Lajeunesse, author of...

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Visiting Season 2016

Visiting Season has ended!

We’ll re-open in April 2017 for public tours.

We are located at 4205 W Grandview Rd, Salem, IN 47167 (click for directions)


Adults: $7
Children under 12: $3
Children 3 and under: FREE
PEAK Members: FREE

After meeting and learning about our animal residents, visitors can explore our 15 acres of woods — we have carved hiking trails, a meditation area with a labyrinth, and a pollinator’s garden.

Food and Beverages

Additionally, visitors can bring their own vegan lunch and enjoy it in our picnic area. You may also browse our educational literature and purchase cruelty-free gifts and snacks!

Out of respect for our residents and our mission we do not allow animal meat, dairy, eggs, honey, or any animal by-products on the Sanctuary grounds. If you have questions about vegan options, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Companion Animals

For their safety and the safety of our animal residents, companion animals are not allowed on the sanctuary grounds at any time.

Group Tours

Uplands PEAK offers special tours for groups with 15+ people — including schools, universities, environmental groups, and more. If you are a educator or group leader and would like to schedule a special tour please contact us by phone at 812-896-2114. We ask that groups donate a minimum of $5 per person for group tours.


We are a 100% volunteer run organization, and the animals need you! There is an opportunity for everyone here at PEAK (or off-site). Any amount of time that you give does make a difference and impacts the lives of a farmed animal!

For more info, please visit our volunteer page.

2015-2016 PEAK Membership Levels

For full list of perks visit our Members page.

PEAK has always included educating the public on a healthy, vegan lifestyle as part of our mission. So when we learned about Animal Place’s Food for Thought program, we immediately wanted to endorse and share the program with you.

This program is designed to help organizations adopt an animal-friendly menu policy for their shelter-sponsored events. For more information, please watch this video and/or visit