Northwest Trek Wildlife Park, Eatonville

4.6
#5 of 12 in Zoos & Aquariums in Washington State
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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  • Whether you are a professional photographer or a recreational hope-to-be, the photo tour offered once a month at Northwest Trek is well worth exploring. With a limited number of guests on the tour and...  more »
  • This is a nice place to go for a day trip. Lots of different animals to walk around and look at it with the little ones . And then you can take a trolley to go around the acreage to see the animals. T...  more »
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  • First time visiting NW Trek. Our 2 year old grandson was visiting and this seemed like a good excursion for him. The weather was perfect, cool in the morning when we took the tram ride and warmer when we were just walking around. We saw all the hooved animals on the tram ride and he was very excited. Unfortunately he's still too young to really enjoy the Kids Trek area. We'll definitely return the next time we have visitors. It's really nice that they don't charge for parking which do many entertainment places do. A real plus.
  • This place has grown in the past 20 years. Much bigger than I remember as a kid, which is saying something. Most places you revisit as an adult seem smaller. There used to only be owls and foxes when I was a child, now they have wolves and bears and lynx and river otters. The discovery center no longer has an active beehive, but it has many different engagement areas for kids. The play park is great! The tram ride has many more animal species and bigger herds. Bring food for a picnic, there are lots of tables to sit for lunch. Strollers are available for rent. Restrooms, water fountains, and trash/recycling cans are found throughout the park. Only improvements would be more exhibits, more space for captive animals, and less "closed" exhibits. Despite the price ($23 per adult), this is a great place to spend a spring/summer day with the fam in the south sound.

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