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  • Fri-Sun 9:30 am-3 pm
  • Closed Mon-Thur. Open Feb 20
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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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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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Late morning snacks with the rescued #moose calves! #crunchy
Grizzly bear Huckleberry enjoying fresh straw behind-the-scenes in his den. 🐻🥰

🎥: Keeper Amanda
Exciting news! Our three rescued moose calves, Atlas, Luna, and Callisto, are now living in their forever home, the beautiful 435-acre forested Free-Roaming Area. All born last spring, the moose were rescued after being orphaned in Alaska. As the young moose explore their new 435-acre home, they will encounter American bison, Roosevelt elk, blacktail deer, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, caribou, and trumpeter swans. Guests can look for them during a Wild Drive tour or meet them with a keeper during a Keeper Adventure Tour.
Our senior wolverine Ahma had surgery to remove both of her eyes after she was diagnosed with lens luxation last year. Despite losing her vision, the 15-year-old wolverine is still doing incredibly well and loves to explore her forested habitat with her younger brother Rainier. Ahma enjoys different enrichments to interact with - like this antler shed behind the scenes. 

🎥: Keeper Miranda