Going to the zoo is a fun and learning experience, so make sure to check out Victoria Bug Zoo in Victoria.
Looking for a bite to eat? This zoo also has an awesome restaurant.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this zoo is a great spot for families.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Years ago, Olympic Game Farm was a home for actors. The bears, cougars, and big cats who lived on the premises were all movie stars—most often for Disney Studios, which worked with and filmed the farm's animals for 28 years. The farm's founder, Lloyd Beebe, served as the go-to trainer, and his bond with the wildlife was reputedly amazing. During those early years, he even managed to tame five wolverines, who would eat raw egg out of his hands.
Today, Lloyd's grandson Robert runs the farm. For the most part, the animals are no longer film celebrities—although footage of the famous waving bears has gone viral and even appeared in a Carrie Underwood video, and some animal actors from elsewhere still retire to the farm. The majority are descendants of the original film animals, or rescues. Visitors can drive through the park to see zebras, elk, wolves, and lions, then head to the petting farm for an up-close encounter. They can even feed many of the animals—whole-grain bread is an accepted treat.
Stop spending hours in bed on a weekday morning. You'll want to see Dungeness River Audubon Center in Sequim for a fantastic zoo experience.
Head on over to the in-house restaurant for a delectable meal.
Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this zoo — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
There's always something exciting going on at this zoo so head on over today and join in on the fun.
A fully operational farm situated at the base of Mount Baker, Camel Safari currently houses alpacas, goats, horses, and 25 dromedary and bactrian camels. The farm’s owner Guy Seeklus fell in love with camels in 2010 and it wasn't long after that he purchased his first one. Their calm and steady nature convinced him to create an experience where people could interact with camels and get to know more about the species. Today, the intrepid can ride through his farm’s organic hay field on the back of one of three riding camels—Ben, Raider, and Lodi—or get to know his many other camels during an afternoon of exploration.