Sunday, May 19, 2013

Olympic Game Farm

After we packed up all our belongings and left the beach house we headed straight for the Olympic Game Farm.  I have wanted to go here since I was a child and had never been. I think I was more excited than the kids to go!

I wasn't exactly sure what to expect, but I knew we could bring wheat bread, and only wheat bread, to feed to the animals.  Some of the animals were enclosed (like the lions, tigers wolves and bears) but most were free to roam.

They said we could stop and take our time feeding the animals. They did recommend to not come to a complete stop around the elk and buffalo since they could charge the car.

Pretty sure Brandon let out a little scream when this guy licked his hand trying to get the bread. I just laughed!

The bears were so cute and they knew it. He would sit and wait for me to throw bread and then he would catch it. After he ate it he would wave. Of course, he was so darn cute doing it that I just HAD to throw him another piece. These animals are smart. They obviously eat well.

The zebra slobbered all over the car.

The Llamas were hilarious! They would all converge on a single car in a big group and pretty much block you from driving away while they stuck their heads in your car as far as the possibly could. I was laughing so hard. It was just as funny to watch them chase down the car in front of us as it was to have them run after ours!

I am so glad we took the time to stop here. The kids entrance was free and adults were only $12.00 and that was for ALL day. Definitely a good deal and something we plan on going back to again.


  1. ohmygoodness, how cute!! that bear is neat you got to feed him. i'm sure i'd be pooping my pants if i got too close to him, but he's a sweetie!
    and so neat the zebras got so close to your car!!

    i hope you're having a great week, ashley! xoxox

  2. How fun and cute! My son would freak out at first and then I'm sure he would love it!

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