Olympic Game Farm | Located on the North Olympic Peninsula in Sequim, Washington, the Olympic Game Farm is home to many species of animals including veterans of the silver screen. Vistors can tour the 84-acre property to get a face to face experience with elk, bison, zebra, llamas, Sika & fallow deer, wolves, foxes, tigers, lions, bobcats, bears and more!
From the 1950’s to 1972 the Olympic Game Farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios (then called Disney’s Wild Animal Ranch) and was designed as a holding facility for the animal actors of Disney Studios. After Roy Disney died in 1972 the farm opened to the public as a private wildlife organization and became incorporated in 1973.
ADDRESS, HOURS & ADMISSION
1423 Ward Road
Sequim, WA 98382
Open 363 days a year | Closed Thanksgiving & Christmas
Hours vary throughout the year, click here for updated information
Drive Tour Prices | Per Person, Per Vehicle
Adults | $14
Children 6-14 years | $12
Children 5 & younger | Free
Seniors 55+ | $12
WHAT WE DID
Drive Tour | The driving tour takes approximately 1 hour to complete and takes you through 84 acres with animal interaction from your vehicle. *Drive tours are RV & pet-friendly but motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, or bicycles are not permitted.
Before your tour, you can purchase loaves of whole wheat bread at the ticket office for $2 or just bring your own. *You will want 3-5 loaves as you will go through them pretty fast!
You can feed most of the friendly animals a slice or 2 of whole wheat bread through your side car windows. Animals include Sika & Fallow deer, prairie dogs, llamas, Tibetan yak, and zebras.
The tour also includes Kodiak bear enclosures (where you can throw them a slice of bread) and a “Predator” area including Timber wolves, Siberian tigers, cougars, and bobcats before heading to the American bison & elk fields.
The bison can get aggressive and slobbery (they will stick their entire heads through your car window) but they were so much fun! Keep your car moving at all times to prevent damage but do not skip the high-risk areas, they were a blast!
Walking Tour | The walking tour includes a 30,000 freshwater aquarium, duck pond, bird aviary, reptile house, petting farm, and a Historical Studio Barn that has numerous movie sets, props, lights, antiques, and other memorabilia from the Disney Days.
The park also offers a snack bar, gift shop, picnic tables, restrooms, and camel rides located at the entrance.
The Olympic Game Farm was a hit with both our 2-year-olds and was one of my favorite parts of our Seattle, Washington trip! If you are headed to Sequim this place is a must do!
TIPS FOR VISITING THE OLYMPIC GAME FARM
Beat the crowds and visit the farm early when the animals are most hungry!
You can bring your own bread (only wheat or whole grain is permitted) or you can buy it at the gate for $2 a loaf
Drive Tour admission is an all day pass so you can drive around as many times as you like
Click here for a map of the Game Farm route and downloadable brochure
Be advised you are entering the farm at your own risk and car damage may occur
Pets are allowed during the driving tour as long as they remain inside the vehicle at all times
Many of the animals are either rescues, overflow from other licensed animal facilities or were received as a gift/donation
For 28 years the farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios and included past animal actors in Charlie the Lonesome Cougar, The Incredible Journey, White Wilderness, and Grizzly Adams, a television and movie series.
The farm also offers packages for birthday parties, field trips, church events and day care centers
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HAVE YOU VISITED THE OLYMPIC GAME FARM? IF SO, WHAT DID YOU ENJOY?