FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 27, 2021
EATONVILLE, Wash.—Show your love for your significant other, family or friends with a visit to Northwest Trek Wildlife Park for a Wild Valentine’s Weekend. There will be plenty of love in the air as our animal friends native to the Pacific Northwest enjoy special Valentine’s enrichments. It will be sure to warm your heart as you watch them indulge in red or heart-shaped treats. Wild Valentine’s Weekend runs Feb. 13-15 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Download a special animal-themed Valentine’s Day card to send to someone special! Here are some of the fun cards you can find on our website:
• You’re otterly adorable!
• I think you are porcu-fine!
• We’re purr-fect together!
The Perfect Gifts
Flowers and chocolate are great gifts, but stand out this year with an even more unique present: a Wild Drive through the park’s 435-acre Free-Roaming Area from the comfort and safety of your own car or a private Keeper Adventure Tour in an open-air Jeep. Both adventures take you past majestic animals like bison, mountain goats, Roosevelt elk, caribou and more.
Enhanced Safety Protocols
Northwest Trek is following all public health and safety guidelines for Gov. Jay Inslee’s Healthy Washington-Roadmap to Recovery plan.
- Face coverings required for anyone 5 and over.
- Hand-sanitizing stations are placed around the park.
- Indoor and high-touch areas, like Discovery Tram Tours and E.H. Baker Cabin, are closed.
Wild Valentine’s Weekend is free with admission to the park.
Whitney DalBalcon, 253-278-6343 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tessa LaVergne, 253-686-6927 or email@example.com