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Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

#1 of 4 things to do in Eatonville Features Animals
11610 Trek Dr E, Eatonville, WA 98328-9502
+1 360-832-6117
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Trek in the BEAUTIFUL NW!

I rated a 4 wishing they would re-think their prices. Our first time there today for only a couple... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
DLdlG
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Tacoma, Washington
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A hidden gem close to Seattle

If visiting Seattle, this is a must-see. Only 1.5hr from the city, Northwest Trek is an animal... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
PostcardPassenger
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Seattle, Washington
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PREPARE TO BE AWED! Hop aboard a comfortable tram for a narrated tour of 435 acres in which American bison, Roosevelt elk, woodland caribou, bighorn sheep, moose and deer roam free. See bears, Canada lynx, bobcats, cougars, foxes, wolves and other native Northwest animals in natural exhibits along paved pathways under towering evergreens. Soar high in the sky on our Zip Wild set of zip line/challenge courses that test both mental and physical agility. All just an hour's drive from Seattle - but a world away. Say ahhhhhhh!
  • Excellent66%
  • Very good27%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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11610 Trek Dr E, Eatonville, WA 98328-9502
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I rated a 4 wishing they would re-think their prices. Our first time there today for only a couple hours, friendly staff made the time worth it. Wish we came and spent the whole day, though for the money we spent. Also wish they had...More

Thank DLdlG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If visiting Seattle, this is a must-see. Only 1.5hr from the city, Northwest Trek is an animal sanctuary. But don't forget your camera-and go get yourself a wildlife lens! Located on over 400 acres of protected land, Northwest Trek is home to elk, bison, mountain...More

Thank PostcardPassenger
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We did the adventure package. The challenges were super fun and the ziplines were perfect. I highly recommend it.

Thank Shawn D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a well run site, with very helpful staff and a welcoming atmosphere. We enjoyed taking the tour, which was highly informative. The staff are very knowledgeable and dedicated to their cause. Although not overly interested in biology myself, I found my mind opened...More

Thank Ericccc
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We LOVE this place! We've brought friends and lots of small kids as well. Beautiful grounds, lots to see, and so many great animals. I highly recommend this place!

Thank Ange G
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Sometimes you look on Trip Advisor and there are so many good reviews, you think somebody is stacking the deck. How good can this place be you ask? Very good! Northwest Trek is a well-organized, clean, interesting experience that brings you up close and personal...More

Thank Cathy H
Reviewed 17 May 2017

We had heard great things about NWT for a while and decided to get a yearly pass when visiting with Family at the end of december. We loved it then but even more now as we head towards summer. We went with another family visiting...More

Thank qazphilby
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

So on my last day in Seattle, I was stuck trying to decide if I should drive up to Vancouver, BC, Leavenworth, WA, or this place. Since I had been to Vancouver before, I decided to come here after I read positive reviews. I DO...More

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Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

Nice ride south from Seattle, just a short distance from an enterance to Mt Rainier National Park. Make a day out of it and spend some time in nature with the family.

Thank Hoopzcoach
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

400 plus acres of northwest wildlife, mostly free to roam within the confines of the compound. The guides who drive the tour trams are knowledgeable and experienced in knowing where the animals are likely to be at any one time and in pointing them out...More

Thank Flare-n-me
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Ryan J
Just out of curiousity, does anyone have tips on how to go about seeing the elusive red foxes? I am thinking about going to Northwest Trek later this year (probably in the spring some time) and want to try and get pictures of the foxes there. I have heard that they can be hard to spot though it has been many years since I have been to the park last (probably 2009). Are there times when they are most likely to be seen?
20 February 2017|
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Response from Denette C | Property representative |
Hi Ryan, the foxes are indeed shy. The best advice I have is to look for them near the back of the exhibit when you first approach - they do camouflage very well - and then to stand as quietly as possible. After a few... More
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porky1porky
Hi, we are looking at visiting in January, apart from the Bears hibernating, are there many other animals still active? Very keen to see American animals that we don't see in Australia. Thanks
7 July 2016|
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Response from Denette C | Property representative |
Hi porky1porky, our animals enjoy winter in the Northwest as much as they enjoy summer, and it's wonderful to see animals like mountain goats, bison, and gray wolves in their furry winter coats. Although the bears slow down... More
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M1Jones
Any suggestions for family-friendly hotels in the area?
5 August 2015|
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Response from Denette C | Property representative |
Hi - I recommend going to the Visit Rainier and Travel Tacoma websites. There you'll local find hotel recommendations as well as suggestions for other attractions in the area. Enjoy your trip!
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