TREKNEWS

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

11610 Trek Dr. E.

Eatonville, WA 98328

Contact:

Rachel Grover, Public Relations Coordinator: 360-832-7189; cell: 253-208-4268; email: grover@nwtrek.org

Eatonville, WA – From our Trek family to yours–we invite you to join us for a Trek Holiday Breakfast! On Dec. 11,12,18 & 19 from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m., bundle up the family and enjoy a home-style breakfast, as you relax next to the crackling fire in Trek’s Fir Bough Café. After your fingers and toes are toasty and warm, share your wish list with Santa while you join him for a holiday family photograph.

Hop on a heated, one-hour tram tour featuring the park’s 435-acre free-roaming area, where you’ll see bison, elk, moose, deer, Rocky Mountain goat and bighorn sheep. Learn about the animals’ winter routines and the importance of their thick winter coats. Take a walk in Trek’s own winter wonderland–the core area–and enjoy up-close views of animals including red fox and coyotes, grizzlies, wolves and cougars. The paved walkways are ADA-accessible.

Don’t miss the festive family activities–stop by the Cheney Discovery Center for a wintertime craft. Browse through Trek’s unique gift shop and you’re sure to find a gift for everyone in your family. Look for significant discounts on closeout merchandise. Reservations Required.

DATES: December 11,12,18 & 19

TIMES: 8:30 – 11 a.m.

FEES: Adults $20; children 12 and under $13; Trek members: Adults, $15; children 12 and under $10.

Reservation Required. Please call 360-832-7166 or email reserve@nwtrek.org.

Northwest Trek, accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, is a 615-acre zoological park devoted to the display, interpretation, research and conservation of North American native wildlife. Trek is just 35 miles southeast of Tacoma off of Highway 161 on the way to Mt. Rainier. For more information, call 360-832-6117 or visit nwtrek.org.

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