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Olympic Game Farm
1423 Ward Road
Sequim
WA
98382
Tel: 360-683-4295

Where are we going today?

Have you ever dreamed of coming face to face with a tiger and it's impressive stripes, or catch a glimpse of the rare white Siberian tiger?

Perhaps you have always wanted to see the real life size of a Kodiak bear, or even get slobbered on by a buffalo!

Olympic Game Farm is just like trekking across the plains of Africa, but you don't even have to leave Washington! For over 40 years this gare farm has given families from all over the world, to meet animals from all over the world!

Different to zoos, the species at Olympic Game Farm are in a near-natural setting, which means you can really observe them as they drink from the water holes, and explore with the herds.

With 84 acres ot explore, there certainly is a lot of see! The way to explore the farm is a self-guided drive tour, so from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle, the entire park is at your finger tips. Most of the animals are super friendly too, so they might even come right up to your window, and try and grab a sneaky slice of bread!

There is a host of hoofed animals that will be coming up to say hi, including the Tibetan Yak, Llamas, American Bison, Zebra, and even Silka Deer - amazing!

Of course, the bears are always ready to just wave from a safe distance!

So why not enjoy a taste of Africa in the USA at Olympic Game Farm - the animals are ready, so let's go!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $14
  • ChildrenFrom $12 (Ages 6-14)
  • Free Under: 5 years
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

9am - 4pm. 3pm close in winter, and 5pm close in summer (6pm Sat)

Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas

I'm Hungry!

You can take snacks and drinks for yourself in the car (you ca bring your own bread for the animals too, but ONLY basic wheat or grain bread).

Any Top Tips?

Allow at least 60 minutes before the closing time so you have enough time to drive around and enjoy it all.

Doing our bit

Some of the animals are rescues, so they know how to give them all a happy life!.

Need a little extra help?

You will be in your car, so if you're okay with that, you're okay to visit!.

Can I get one of those?

They have a gift shop, so save that pocket money! Animal-tastic gifts and souvenirs await!.

More information

You must stay in your car the whole time, and be careful of horses and zebra as they may be a bit too keen when you feed them!.

What people are saying?

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    Though it is a fun experience as a child to see all the animals up close, as an adult I was horrified by the awful conditions. The bears and cats especially. The bears are doing tricks in a little area to be feed white bread all day. They are unhealthy and unable to run around. I assume bears need more than 50+ loaves of white bread daily to thrive. Worst is the lions and such left in what is no bigger than a 7x5 ft cage. They clearly are going crazy as they walk in circles all day. I cannot believe that this is allowed. I will not support this...Read More

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    What a terrible place. I am an animal person and a hunter. I have seen many animals in the wild and these animals looked terrible. I tried to give a Lama a piece of bread and even put it to its mouth and it didn't even move. The caged animals are way to small and the wolf and coyote were running around in such a frantic ways. It was not normal. I cut my trip short and just bypassed everyone in front of me so I could leave. I felt so bad for all of those animals. The bears had a look to them that they did not want to be there and could care less....Read More

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    Not bad place really,but got stuck in front of an idiot.
    Nothing wrong with kids throwing the odd slice bread,to feed the animals.
    But you get the idiot father making soft ball sized missiles out of bread,trying to get a reaction out of the bears.
    The idiot father also fed Elk,strictly forbidden.
    Lucky nothing happened, but I could have turned nasty.

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    I've been going to Olympic Game Farm for years and it's amazing. I remember the tour and heard about the bear that was on the Grizzly Adams show, and all these other random facts the guide mentioned. Fun time.

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    this place is awful- the first part was fine, driving through the lamas, but as we met the trained bears it became sad to see. there are no area of shelter except metal containers the bears call their cave. these bears are commercially used animals who deserve to live out the rest of their lives, not entertaining for bland bread. they belong in a sanctuary, and this place is not that. it is a profit making business. to see the big cats, coyotes and wolves, yes...wolves circle their cages that are too small to put anyone at ease. the wolves i saw...Read More

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by Ashley Graham

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Though it is a fun experience as a child to see all the animals up close, as an adult I was horrified by the awful conditions. The bears and cats especially. The bears are doing tricks in a little area to be feed white bread all day. They are unhealthy and unable to run around. I assume bears need more than 50+ loaves of white bread daily to thrive. Worst is the lions and such left in what is no bigger than a 7x5 ft cage. They clearly are going crazy as they walk in circles all day. I cannot believe that this is allowed. I will not support this business again. It gave me an opportunity to talk to my child about how animals should be treated and why it is not okay to keep animals in small cages the way they are at this park. The idea behind it is good, and if you have no morals you would love it. I am not okay with seeing animals being treated as though they have no feelings or rights to fair treatments.

by rudolph rednose

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What a terrible place. I am an animal person and a hunter. I have seen many animals in the wild and these animals looked terrible. I tried to give a Lama a piece of bread and even put it to its mouth and it didn't even move. The caged animals are way to small and the wolf and coyote were running around in such a frantic ways. It was not normal. I cut my trip short and just bypassed everyone in front of me so I could leave. I felt so bad for all of those animals. The bears had a look to them that they did not want to be there and could care less. They did eat the bread but bears will eat almost continuously that is just their nature. I will never go back there ever again. This place should be shut down. It was on the news recently from complaints about how the animals were being treated. Such a shame that these animals were almost to the point of being abused just so the park could make a buck. I am sure that the kids love it as they get to get close to animals they would otherwise never have the chance but come on, treat those animals the way they deserve to be treated. They seem to want your money with the two dollar a loaf for bread and say you should buy at least two but they don't care about the animals. Most of your bread will go to feeding the gulls that are every where and take the bread away from the animals. DON'T GO

by Tanya Bluechel

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this place is awful- the first part was fine, driving through the lamas, but as we met the trained bears it became sad to see. there are no area of shelter except metal containers the bears call their cave. these bears are commercially used animals who deserve to live out the rest of their lives, not entertaining for bland bread. they belong in a sanctuary, and this place is not that. it is a profit making business. to see the big cats, coyotes and wolves, yes...wolves circle their cages that are too small to put anyone at ease. the wolves i saw had to watch free rabbits right outside of their caged environment. you could see the animal instinct being messed with. the open farm area for the buffalo, large reindeers another deers was better than what the other animals were confined to. this place isn't right. it is also just a time bomb waiting to go off as you can buy bread and freely feed these animals. who knows what stupid person would or has fed them other things? i would hope people would be able to see outside of this type of entertainment and fund sanctuaries that have the animals best interest. don't go here!!!

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