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 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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Gatorland is open every day (365 days per year) from 10 AM to 5 PM seven days a week. Rain or shine. Hours are subject to change. Please see the operating calendar in the ticket section above for your desired date(s).Where is Gatorland?
Gatorland is located in Orlando, Florida on Hwy 441, just north of the Orlando – Kissimmee line in South Orlando. It is only 15-20 minutes away from Walt Disney World®, Sea World® and the Orlando International Airport. The address is 14501 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32837.Does Gatorland charge a parking fee?
No. Parking is free!Can I rent a stroller and/or a wheelchair?
Yes. A range of stroller and wheelchair (and ECV) rentals are available at Gatorland admissions on a first come, first served basis.Can you bring food into Gatorland?
No outside food and beverages are allowed in the park, including animal feed. Coolers, picnic baskets or similar items are also prohibited.Can I purchase food and drinks at Gatorland?
Yes. Gatorland offers several options for purchasing food and drinks including: Pearl's Good Eats, Gatorland Snack Bar, the Coffee Shop and Gator Gully General Store.What's included in my Gatorland tickets?
Gatorland general admission tickets include single day admission to Gatorland, Gator Gully Kids Splash Park, animal exhibits and 3 amazing shows: Gator Jumparoo, Alligators - Legends of the Swamp Show and the Up-Close Encounter.How long does it take to see Gatorland?
Give yourself at least 3 hours to enjoy all that Gatorland has to offer, or about 4 hours to make sure you do everything in the park.