Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
The Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a 723 acre preserve that features the free roaming animals of the Pacific Northwest. When you visit you can choose the tram tour or walking tour. You can also take a tour led by keepers for trailside encounters, explore the Cheney Family Discovery Center, learn at the Baker Research Cabin, or walk along the nature trails. And if all of that’s not enough, get your adrenaline going on the Zip Wild Adventure Courses. Now before you head on over there, take a moment to read over the tips which are listed below. They should help you to save a little extra money off the total cost of admission. And in addition to all of that you should also find a listing of the latest known coupons for the Northwest Trek listed below as well for even more savings.
Tips & Coupons
- If you are a member of Pierce County just mention this and show your ID and you will save $2 off the cost of your general admission ticket for the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.
- If you are a senior be sure to mention this ahead of time and you will save up to $3 off the cost of your admission to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.
- Get a Northwest Trek Wildlife Park membership. A family membership actually pays for itself in just 2 visits. You will also receive 20% off admission to the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium.
- You can get a combo membership which includes your admission to both the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park as well as the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium.
- If you are a member of the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium then you can show your membership card to receive 20% off your admission to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.
- If you are in the military just show your military ID and you will save $2 off the cost of your admission. You can also receive 10% off memberships to both the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.
- Pick up a copy of the Seattle Premier Attractions Book. It has a few coupons for area attractions and activities which includes a $2 off coupon for the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.
- Be sure to sign up for the enews newsletter or follow the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park on Facebook. They will keep you informed of the latest news, promotions, and sometimes even exclusive coupons.