Experience Central Florida's oldest Attraction! Also known as the "Alligator capital of the World".
No external food is allowed in Gatorland including animal feed.
Yes in designated areas throughout the park.
While a mask mandate is still in affect all guests must wear a mask until further notice.
Gatorlands insurance guy in the fancy suit says " No"!
Parking is Free!
Experience Gators galore and so much more! Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Theme Parks and enjoy all that Gatorland has to offer. Central Florida's oldest attraction!
Over 2,000 American gators call Gatorland home. Once an endangered species Gatorland is now home to American, Leucistic, Albino and Baby Alligators. Who knew there were so many types of Gators! Gatorland is so much more than just Alligators. With 110 acres to explore at Gatorland you will find something for everyone in your family. From Alligators to crocodiles, Bird aviary, petting zoo, nature walk, reptile shows and close encounters.
With all this excitement you will still have time to take a ride on the train, or relax at the Gator Gully Splash Park. Parents can grab a drink while the kiddos cool off from the warm Florida temperature's. Perfect for kids of all ages! Don't forget the award winning gift shop and the Stompin' Gator Off-road Adventure , where monster truck style all-terrain vehicles take you on a wild backwoods adventure through real Florida wetlands and a huge pond of live alligators! You sure don't want to miss this so make sure you book this adventure once you are in the park for a small additional fee. It will surely make the day a more memorable one!
Take a break and enjoy the many places to grab a bite to eat from, hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken , ice cream, fudge or just a snack. Oh and we can't forget the guests favorite... Gator Bites!
Even better Gatorland is open every day (365 days per year) from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM for your whole family’s fun and enjoyment, rain or shine, and ALL Holidays. FREE parking. Yes you read that right! Gatorland has free parking and a relaxing atmosphere! EFFECTIVE MAY 8, 2021 – IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEW STATE GUIDELINES, FACE MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED FOR GUESTS WITHIN THE PARK, BUT THEY ARE NO LONGER MANDATORY.