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Northwest Trek Wildlife Park strives to provide an environment that is welcoming and accessible to all visitors. Whether you’re exploring the different animal habitats or participating in our programs, we’re dedicated to ensuring every guest can connect with wildlife and nature.

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Accessible Pathways

We designed our park grounds to be ADA-accessible. Our public buildings, pathways, and viewing areas are designed and equipped to accommodate conventional and electric wheelchairs.

Scroll further down to see more information about renting wheelchairs and other mobility equipment.

Service Animals

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park welcomes guests with disabilities who use service animals as determined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Washington Administrative Code.

Guests using service animals are required to check-in at the admission window where you’ll be provided with information to plan your visit to our facilities.

Service Animal Guidance

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Sensory Inclusive

We are a certified sensory-inclusive facility registered with KultureCity. We offer visual stories and other online tools you can access. Our staff also undergoes training to help people with sensory needs thoroughly enjoy their park experience.

Learn more about sensory inclusive options

Caregiver Admission

We provide a complimentary ticket for a 1:1 caregiver who is required to assist a guest with disabilities during their visit. These tickets are not available online. The caregiver and guest will need to check in at the front gate for the caregiver to receive their admission ticket.

Rental Information

A limited number of wheelchairs, electric carts, and single and double strollers are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis.

Strollers: $10 single/$12 double.
Wheelchair: $12
Electric wheelchair: $35
Umbrellas: $6