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Olympic Game Farm

Olympic Game Farm Review

The 200-acre property—part zoo, part safari—is Sequim's biggest attraction after the Dungeness Spit. For years, the farm's exclusive client was Walt Disney Studios, and many of the bears here are the offspring of former movie stars. On the hour-long, drive-through tour, which covers some 84 acres of the picturesque property, be prepared to see large animals like buffalo surround your car and lick your windows. You'll also see zebras, llamas, lynx, lions, elk, Tibetan yak, emu, bobcat, Siberian and Bengal tigers, and Kodiak and black bears, among other animals. Facilities also include an aquarium, a studio barn with movie sets, a snack kiosk, and a gift shop. Guests are allowed to feed the uncaged animals (with wheat bread only), except for the buffalo and elk at the entrance gates, but must stay in their vehicles at all times. Even sunroofs must remain locked.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1423 Ward Rd., Sequim, WA 98382 | Map It
  • Phone: 360/683–4295; 800/778–4295
  • Cost: Drive-through tour $12; mini guided walking tour $5
  • Hours: Summer, daily 9–5 (open until 6 Sat); winter daily 9–3; spring and fall daily 9–4
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  • Location: Sequim
Updated: 05-10-2013

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