I have never seen a "zoo" that is so depressing as this facility -apparently, it has been like this for a long time. The animals are allowed to be fed without limitations with bread, available for $ at the entrance, which should not be fed to any animal wild or tame. The prarie dogs were so fat, they looked like little balls with legs. The bears - some of them big Kodiak bears - sat there by the very low electric fence, looking fat with matte fur - waving at the cars to receive more bread. Some of the animals seem to be trained animals, but that made it even sadder.
The large game, elk, bison, deer, yak etc. looked a little better, at least they had more space to roam and grase. They still came up to the car, trying to get their heads into the windows begging for food.
Many of the enclosures seemed inappropriate and outdated for the animals, small square cages for some, electric fences for the bears (unsafe for visitors, although it is not allowed to leave the car), limited roaming space for others and nothing to challenge any of the animals in a natural way.
The whole facility did not seem to be maintained very well. I regret having supported this business with a very high entrance fee (you pay per person in the vehicle) and will not go there again.
I would not recommend anyone to visit the Olympic Game Farm, but rather recommend to spend the day at the Dungeness Spit instead.
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