Welcome to Olympic Game Farm
VISITORS PLEASE NOTE:
- In compliance to U.S.D.A regulation 4.12.4 NO OUTSIDE BREAD PERMITTED. ALL BREAD MUST BE PURCHASED ONSITE. NO EXCEPTIONS, NO REFUNDS. Food must be provided by the facility.
Driving tours available 7 days to a week. NO RESERVATIONS OR PRESALE TICKETS. We operate on a first come first serve basis. Plan to arrive no later than 45 minutes before closing time to have enough time to drive through the farm.
We are dedicated to the welfare and well-being of all animals, and we ensure that they are receiving the highest standard of care while they are with us. You also have the ability to feed them, right from your vehicle. Experience wildlife at your own pace!
Whole wheat bread is available onsite for $4.00 per loaf.
On busier days, Bread sales may have a limit per car per day. No outside bread allowed.
Know Before You Go
Are pets allowed in our vehicle while driving?
Yes, pets are allowed as long as they are kept inside an enclosed vehicle and unable to escape your vehicle. All pets must be on a leash when outside the vehicle in permitted areas.
Are we allowed to bring our own bread?
Effective June 5, 2020 there will be NO OUTSIDE BREAD PERMITTED. All bread being fed must be purchased onsite from Olympic Game Farm. No Exceptions. Anyone attempting to sneak in or bring bread in or other food items will be asked to leave with no refunds.
What other types of feed is given to the animals besides bread?
Each animal has a well-balanced diet based on nutritional needs as determined by a veterinary care plan. Animals are fed meat, poultry, fish, nuts, berries, vegetables, fruits, roots, vitamins, minerals, hay, and grain as appropriate based on their species and dietary requirements. These items are fed daily during business hours and after closing. *All outside food donations will be inspected prior to feeding out by OGF personnel
Do the animals come out in all types of weather?
Yes! The animals are accustomed to our Pacific northwest weather and many will come out to visit in the rain. All of the animals have access to weather shelters and privacy areas at all times.
Where do the animals at the Olympic Game Farm come from?
Several of the animals are either rehomed, come as overflow from other licensed facilities, or have been received from other properly licensed individuals.
What kinds of animals will we see during the tour?
We can never guarantee which animals will approach the bus on any given day, however on the driving portion of the tour you will pass llamas, Tibetan yaks, zebras, Kodiak bears, Roosevelt elk, Sika deer and American bison. At the petting zoo there are goats, and in the reptile room there are snakes and other reptiles to visit.
“A friend took me here. It was so much fun. The animals for the most part are definitely not shy… it was a lot of fun though and we had so many laughs. Great place to see. Highly recommend it and cannot wait to go again.” – Misty C.
“Our family’s favorite place! We love to feed the elk and the Bison. Beautiful place for all families.” – Mildred H.
“Great place to take your kids, my grandkids had a blast feeding the animals. Lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my!!! My wife was mesmerized by the eagles. I really enjoyed how much fun we had. Definitely coming back!” – Victor G.