Sharing Hugs, Hope and Hoppiness
This private 22 acre main island is a natural, sustainable oasis nestled in the Mississippi National River Recreation Area (National Park) near river mile 832 in Minnesota, USA.
Youth guardians care for the Comfort Rabbits in Training during their outings together to and from the island where they spend warm lazy summer days on the main island or go island hopping by boat to our nearby partner islands we call "Hope" and "Hoppiness."
The rabbits live year round at Peacebunny Cottage when they are not at events or at foster homes. During warmer months we host bunny playdates in the pasture, but our educational programs continue year round and will open again for in person activities once its safe...
"My vision for Peacebunny Island started several years ago when
an endangered American Blue rabbit named Paxton Peacebunny decided to adopt me.
I told Pax that I knew it would take a bunch of dreamers
with a pure heart to create such a special place.
And it took some work, but I found them."
Caleb Smith (2018) -- now 16 years old
SUPPORT OUR VISION
Engage Youth in E-STEM Service-Learning while training endangered/exotic breeds to become Comfort Animals
Hello from Tator Tot
Win-Win: You get a bunny visit (or a basket or a bunnypalooza!) and together we raise funds for their care
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Give a tribute donation. Be sure to let us know the name of your loved one and/or fuzzy friend who you're honoring so we can write their name in the Island's rock garden.
Enjoy an hour with bunnies hopping in the lush pasture at Peacebunny Cottage, attend Bunny Boot Camp, or Little Vet classes for kids. Our events rise funds for the bunnies' care... Open to public once its safe again