My wife and our young children went to the Olympic Game Farm on a cold, rainy day in March 2011. I hadn't been there in about 20-25 years. Given that, along with some of the negative reviews here, I was a bit concerned before we made the lengthy drive from the Issaquah area.
We were pleasantly surprised in every way and my family loved it. The animals that you can feed (bears, elk, buffalo, and various others) are numerous and appeared to me to be healthy. There also are tigers, cougars, wolves, lions, and other animals in cages toward the latter end of the tour. They all appeared to be healthy to me and relatively vibrant. I wouldn't say the cages that some of the animals are in are huge, and they clearly don't have an environment that you'd see at a modern big-city zoo (i.e., a big natural-looking habitat), but they all seemed to be doing fine and were close enough to see them really well. Some of the animals are a bit old, but I understand that the Olympic Game Farm takes in some animals that are too old for zoos or otherwise were rescued ... hey, old animals have to live somewhere too!
Overall, there are a ton of animals and the length of the tour -- i.e., the size of the park -- is greater than I had expected it to be. It turned out to be just like I had remembered as a kid (in the mid 80s) and I was pleasantly surprised. It's a great place to see animals, especially if you want to take children, and it's most likely the only chance you'll have a chance to see some majestic animals up close and to feed them.
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