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  • Monday-Friday: 9:30am-4pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 9:30am-5pm
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Experience the awe and wonder of Northwest nature and wildlife up close.

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Animals & Habitats

Over 40 species of native Northwest animals live in our wildlife park. Find out what's open and closed.

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Hours, Tickets, Safety

Online tickets, new hours and what to bring and expect.

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Parking & Directions

We are located in Eatonville, central to Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. Plan your experience.

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Discover Animal Facts

We Conserve Wildlife

Since 1975, Northwest Trek Wildlife Park has been the best place to see native Northwest wildlife. But we're also dedicated to conserving that wildlife for our planet. We've been recognized for over 25 years of high standards by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums. And we protect wild habitats with earth-friendly practices.

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Tag your Instagram photos & videos with #nwtrek and share your experience.
Rescued moose Calli and Luna just turned two! They are enjoying the nicer weather and new forest growth in the Free-Roaming Area. 🫎

📹: Keeper Deanna
This is our fourth year raising endangered northern leopard frogs from tiny eggs! 🐸 Nearly 400 tadpoles are being closely monitored and cared for daily behind the scenes. The tiny tadpoles will soon absorb their tails and grow legs. They recently started nibbling on lettuce and bloodworms and continue to thrive. Later this summer, the endangered frogs will be released back into the wild!

#conservation #savingspecies #northernleopardfrog #frog #tadpoles #nwtrek #endangeredspecies #leopardfrog #wildlifepark #pnwwildlife
Another happy bison! 🥰🦬 During a Keeper Adventure Tour, keeper Stephanie came across a female bison adorably playing with an elk antler. Antlers are shed every year. We leave a couple antler sheds in the Free-Roaming Area for animal enrichment. Others are collected for education.

📹: Keeper Stephanie 

#nwtrek #bison #wildlifepark #enrichment
Hi, Hudson! 👋 

📸: Keeper Madi