I will first say that I do wish a lot of the environments for the non-herd/roaming animals was much, much better.
Although I can imagine that this costs much more than my lack of knowledge on that topic can comprehend.
It just seems it would be nice for whoever maintains the landscaping could hopefully invest to make more appropriate/functional/stimulating environments for some of the animals.
I hope they are in fact planning to increase the size of the cages for the predatory animals. It seems they are incredibly small for that type of animal.
As far as the experience goes I really do appreciate the much closer view & experience you can have viewing the animals at the Olympic Game Farm. Especially for children. Children generally get a huge kick out of being to drive by animals, see them up close, pet a herd animal & carefully feed it a piece of wheat bread.
Also, the bread can be purchased for a reasonable price at a bakery outlet before you reach the game farm. You are not required to buy their bread there as I'm not sure some people thought of to plan.
Its a unique interactive experience.
We also took the tour. It was really neat to find out the history of how the Game Farm started.
I'm interested to know how they care for them all in the winter, I'm sure its expensive so that would explain any high cost charged for viewing in the summer & possibly the costs from the souvenir store.
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