Did you know that there are wolves in Washington? At the end of 2021, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife counted 33 packs and 206 wolves roaming our beautiful state. In the wild, these charismatic animals are famously shy. Still, it’s possible to see wolves and numerous other local species up close and personal at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville!

Plan your visit to this remarkable sanctuary for Evergreen State creatures, big and small.

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It’s rare to meet a Pacific Northwesterner who doesn’t love our beautiful outdoors. But part of appreciating our stunning local nature is understanding the other animals that call Washington home. A visit to Eatonville’s Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to start, providing immersive educational opportunities to visitors of all ages.

Combine a trip to Mount Rainier National Park with a layover in town, so you’ll have all day to get up close and personal with some of the Evergreen State’s most magnetic creatures. Northwest Trek remains one of the best places to see wolves in Washington, along with the array of other species who call this park their home.

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