Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, Eatonville

4.5
#26 of 156 in Wildlife in Washington State
Must see · Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
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Scout for moose, elk, caribou, mountain goats, bison and more from trams in the free-roaming area. Stroll forested pathways to see grizzly bears, wolves, lynx, cougars, eagles and more in beautiful natural exhibits. Get up close to a porcupine, skunk, beaver, owl and other animals at daily Trailside Encounters with a keeper. Take a ride on the zip line adventure course through the forested canopy. Learn more at www.nwtrek.org.
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  • Not worth wasting your time and money! The driving tour bored the kids. During the 50 minute drive... We see deer at home. we saw one carabo, 3 bison and a few goats, all far away! The walking trail.....  more
    Not worth wasting your time and money! The driving tour bored the kids. During the 50 minute drive... We see deer at home. we saw one carabo, 3 bison and a few goats, all far away! The walking trail.....  more »
  • We started our morning by taking the first drive thru experience. You must reserve a spot ahead online. We followed the lead car in a tight line and saw many Northwest animals roaming the large park.....  more
    We started our morning by taking the first drive thru experience. You must reserve a spot ahead online. We followed the lead car in a tight line and saw many Northwest animals roaming the large park.....  more »
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  • Loved it! It was my son 3rd birthday the day we were there! It was mid week and we were there shortly after the park opened. Everything was amazing and we had a blast! The children's playground was pretty magical with a little creek running through and plenty of places to climb! We did the drive tour as well and got to see even more animals! We will definitely be going there much more often now!
  • Very relaxed visit as there were no crowds. We saw a few animals on the driving tour but not real close. Walking through the shady paths was nice on this 80 degree day but apparently animals are more visible on cooler days. The 6 year old in our group didn't have any trouble walking through the park and enjoyed Child Trek, a kids play area, complete with a small stream to walk in, barefoot of course. Benches available for watching adults in sun and shade.

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