At the world's largest reptile park, Alligator Adventure, observe over 800 alligators as you walk above on boardwalks. ... More
At the world's largest reptile park, Alligator Adventure, observe over 800 alligators as you walk above on boardwalks. The alligators (including two rare albinos) range in size from 8-inch newborns to 13-foot adults. Listen to a lecture and watch as the staff feeds these fascinating animals. You can also see tortoises, exotic birds and komodo dragons, and snakes and frogs of all kinds in the large serpent house.
I feel so sorry for all the caged animals, especially the tiger's. The facility just doesn't have the room for these kinds of animals. They all look so sad, probably because they are. They need room to run and enjoy life. This is no life for these animals just to be on display for the people to see. They need to be in a zoo with lot's of land to roam on. SO SAD!
the animals were piled on top of one another with no room. some animals were injured because the feeding area was too small for such a massive number of animals and the enclosures for the crocodiles and alligators didn't give them a ntural area to live in at all. please do not pay money to see these poor animals in this case. i love zoos, but only if they are properly set up in the interest of the creatures and not just the profit.
I am a prior resident of Georgetown SC. We used to visit alligator adventure on a regular basis. The children love the live shows, the reptile houses and ecspecially Utan. Now that we have moved to NewHampshire and started a new blended family we have made plans to return to Georgetown this spring for a visit and the children are estatic to bring their newfound sibilings on a trip to Alligator Adventure. I have always been more than pleased with the friendly staff and awesome services as well as the prices in the gift shop. Thank You all for your hard work and dedication!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! See you in March.
The Smith-Nickel Family
We took our daughter two years ago and it was excellent. We are going back next year as part of vacation and can't wait to take both our children ( we have a second child now). The staff was courteous and knowledgeable, the park was clean and the animals were great.
This place is a blast! The best part is definitely the frequency of the feedings and shows. Almost every hour there seemed to be some kind of show or feeding to watch, so you don't have to schedule your entire day around making one particular time.
There are hundreds of alligators in the main exibit alone, which means that you don't have to worry about missing or not seeing one. Utan, is one of the biggest alligators that you'll ever see, and makes you feel small next to this 30 ft. giant.
The snakes and lizards in the indoor habitat were almost always moving (more than most zoos can say) and were very entertaining.
WE DIDNT GET TO SEE THE TIGER SHOWS . IT WOULD BE NICE IF THEY DID SOMETHING ELSE TO REPLACE THEM WHEN THEY WERE NOT THERE. BUT WE STILL ENJOYED THE SNAKE DEMO AND FEEDING THE HOSTS WERE VERY WELCOMING AND THEY INCLUDED THE KIDS IN THERE DEMOS. GREAT TIME
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