Admission is good for a single day regular admission to Gatorland and may be used at any time without expiration. Ticket grants access to display of huge alligators and crocodiles, aviary, breeding marsh and bird sanctuary, petting zoo, nature walk, gift shop, and one-of-a-kind shows such as the world famous Gator Jumparoo. Gator Gully Splash Park is also included.Close
A 110-acre theme park and wildlife preserve, Gatorland is an affordable family attraction that lets guests see thousands of real alligators and crocodiles—including four very rare leucistic (white) alligators up close. The park also features a free-flight aviary, a petting zoo, a zipline ride, rookie gator wrestling, “trainer for a day” gator training lessons, live shows and more.
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|from Rosemarie, our Orlando Market Manager|
This isn't my thing to be honest. Lots of animals in cages not big enough. Simply some of these animals don't have enough room. I'm not against zoo's or anything. The Croc and alligators seem to be semi trained and teased with food. The kids loved it along with other family members and the zip wire was booed up so couldn't comment on that but looked great.
We were looking for a laid-back, B grade amusement park experience after a cruise. We didn't want to deal with the crowds or expense of a place like Disney or Universal. After reading reviews online we decided to visit Gatorland. It was reasonably priced and we got a 20% discount using AAA. The animals were fun to look at and seemed humanely treated. We really appreciated the shady walkways. We did not see any shows or do the zip line but there was plenty to do even without those things. I would definitely recommend this park as a great way to spend 3 to 4 hours if you're waiting for a flight or just need to kill some time without exhausting yourself.
Worthing, United Kingdom
We have been meaning to come here for the last few times we have been here on holiday. We finally got round to it, it was a nice warm day so all the gators were on display sunning themselves, we bought the upgraded ticket which included the sitting on a gator the train ride and feeding the gators. We all sat on a gator and had a photo taken which we liked. We all enjoyed the train ride around the park too. We liked feeding the gators the sausage which they seemed to enjoy. We also liked the walk across the breeding swamp, saw lots of gators and the views from the observation tower were good too. The wrestling show was good and the two fellas made it fun to watch. Our son also held the big Python but he was a bit scared, the staff were really good and stayed close to him. The park is well maintained, lots of wash stations around, lots of things to see and well laid out. The splash water zone was good especially with the warm weather out here. The bird avery was nice, feeding the little birds the seeds stuck on a lolly stick, apart from I got pooped on twice, supposed to be lucky right... It's not as big as the theme parks but enough for at least half a day to three quarters. So glad we came finally came here. Well worth the visit.
Educational,entertains,&fun!!! It is run by a family,for family's.My 3 year old granddaughter loves reptiles and had a blast!! She fed the crocs,held a 8' ball python and sat on a 4' gator!!!! We road the train and fed the birds. It was very relaxing,well maintained and very friendly staff,who were all very helpful.
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Do you have to purchase an admission ticket to Gatorland in order to do the Gatorland Zipline?
Yes, you must purchase the admission ticket to Gatorland to do the zipline. You would need to purchase the Gatorland Screamin’ Gator Zipline Park Combo. If only several people in your party are ziplining and you are only going to watch you still need to purchase an admission ticket into Gatorland.
Do you need to set up a certain time for your zipline?
Yes, it is recommended that your ticket be purchased 24 hrs prior. Your e-ticket will include a phone number that you will call to set up your scheduled zipline.