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Olympic Game Farm

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A couple of hours of fun

The first 3/4 of this drive is shear joy. The deer, llamas, oxen and other hoofed critters eating... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
victoriawadebcac
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Talent, Oregon
Family fun

What a fun way to see big game animals!!!! Up close and personal with Yak, zebras, buffalo and... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Amirando
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1423 Ward Rd, Sequim, WA 98382-7838
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

In a safari-like fashion, driving through the Olympic Animal Farm puts you face-to-face with several animals that are hidden away from mainstream Sequim. This part is a must see when visiting the Olympic Peninsula. The adults love it as much as the kids. Don’t forget...More

1  Thank David F
Reviewed 6 days ago

The first 3/4 of this drive is shear joy. The deer, llamas, oxen and other hoofed critters eating from your window is so fun. Buy a couple loaves of bread they have for sale when you buy your tickets. Also, go early in the morning,...More

Thank victoriawadebcac
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I brought our 16 month old to the Game Farm while we were in the area. We were a little unsure at first due to some reviews about the animals appearing malnourished/mistreated. However, this did not appear to be the case. Based...More

Thank John M
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

What a fun way to see big game animals!!!! Up close and personal with Yak, zebras, buffalo and elk. You can feed them them as well. The other animals it’s sad to see in cages that small and would love be to see them go...More

Thank Amirando
Reviewed 1 October 2018

It cost $15. per person to drive through this park which didn't have as many exotic animals as we had hoped. We bought two loaves of the bread and it WAS fun to feed the animals as they poked their heads into the car windows....More

Thank Kim D
Reviewed 13 September 2018 via mobile

Friendly animals, we had much fun with children of all ages. Bisons llamas Elks Bears Seagulls and peackoks

1  Thank Geshembo
Reviewed 12 September 2018 via mobile

Don’t go! Place does not take care of animals. Animals are distressed, and should not be fed bread all day long. It was so sad to see them, no trees in any habitat despite the abundance of wilderness around. No running water. The big cats...More

8  Thank Neeta P
Reviewed 9 September 2018

You can buy bread at the gate before you go in to feed the animals that are roaming freely. But not allowed to feed the caged animals. Must always stay in your car but can have your windows open which encourages the animals to come...More

Thank Di S
Reviewed 6 September 2018

We were the first car in line at the gate when it opened. We brought 11 loafs of whole wheat bread with us and left with none. The animals are hungry early in the morning and came right up to our car windows for the...More

1  Thank Karen C
Reviewed 3 September 2018 via mobile

I took my teenagers here and we came in with no preconceived notions. We have visited zoos before as well as Northwest Trek so we are not in any way totally opposed to zoos. This is place is a zoo in the same way that...More

11  Thank AndreAbramovich
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avgood1
10 May 2018|
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Response from Nancy B | Reviewed this property |
Adults 15+- $14. Children 6-14 -$12. Seniors $12. Ages under 5 free
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Response from LucianaFamily | Reviewed this property |
No, don't worry. We were in a rental car also. Go. It is awasome.
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Response from Caryn899 | Reviewed this property |
They discourage having dogs in the car. You might not want to bring your pooch as the llamas and other animals like to come to the window.
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