Gatorland's All-New Splash
Have a soaking-wet time with
water-gushers at the Gatorland's all-new
whimsical Splash Park. In the middle of all
the action Splash Park is perfect for those
hot hazy days of summer. Kids just love to splash
around while in the middle of all the action.
Nearly a quarter-acre of high-energy thrills,
jump in the shooting water guns from dueling
dragons, get soaked under giant egrets dumping
water from their beaks, or run under zany old
jalopy shooting water from every direction.
Take a self-guided tour down a winding trail
hosting a rare glimpse of ancient Cypress trees
untouched by man for hundreds of years. View
the remaining Cypress stumps from logging that
depleted the forest in the late 1800's.
Naturally, amidst the everglades you'll
be sure to find gators frolicking in the sun.
Dare to explore Gatorland's Swamp Walk featuring
a host of special enclosures that house exotic
animals. Bedazzled around every corner including
birds, alligators, turtles, snakes, and swamp
the most vicious crocs on the planet, these
animals can weight nearly 1,000 pounds after
eating. In an attempt to find the meanest crocs
in existence, Gatorland's own Owen Godwin
scoured the world over. One Gatorland's
most vicious croc is none other than Sultan
sporting his harem of female companions. African
crocs, responsible for human tragedy, can measure
up to 20 feet in length. Capable of jumping
to amazing heights meet Gatorland's Cuban
residents Lucy and Ricardo.
Very Merry Aviary
Get upclose to Gatorlands feathery friends when
you immerse yourself in the Lorikeets habitat.
At Very Merry Aviary, kids can feed these adorable
curious little friends a delicious pollen nectar
and fruit treat. These little rascals are specialists
at gathering nectar as they probe flowers petals.
Don't miss this opportunity for a more intimate
experience for you and the whole family.
aboard" shouts the jolly conductor as the
Express Railroad pulls away from the station.
One of Florida's first train rides, a must
see, features Ol' Iron Horse replica. Proudly
debuting in 1961, Ol' Iron Horse, was fashioned
as 1800's style train. Now in retirement,
Ol' Iron Horse transported 7.5 million around
Gatorland during the space of 45 years. Jump
aboard Gatorland's new Express train that
immerses guests into the wild natural habitats
of Jungle Crocs, Breeding Marsh, and Bird Rockery
When children make a quick stop at Allie's
Barnyard, they immediately make some new friends.
At the Barnyard, kids will be mesmerized by
these cuddly animals that eat right out of their
hands. Allie's is notorious for up-close
encounters where making new friends is an everyday
experience. Kids will simply adore meeting Gracie,
one of the Barnyard's favorite goats. At
Allie's, you'll encounter goats, lamas,
and five pure-breed sheep.
Explore one the most thrilling attractions at
Gatorland's Alligator Island. Travelers
flock from every corner of the globe to see
Alf, an extraordinary American Crocodile weighting
nearly 1,000 pounds. As you meander unwittingly
down the winding trails, encounter some of the
biggest crocs in Florida. As 15-foot gators
come for a bite to eat, experience close-up
encounters with these amazing creatures. Observe
as the crocs on Alligator island frolic as they
soak up the Florida sun. Not only do the gators
hatch their eggs under the palm trees, but several
species of birds including Snowy Egrets make
their nests in the branches.