Located in Orlando, Florida Gatorland is famous for it's gator's
and other animals at the park. Founded by the late Owen Godwin
in 1949, and still privately owned by his family today,
Gatorland is about 110 acre theme park and wildlife preserve,
combining old Florida charm with exciting new exhibits and
entertainment. Known across the world as Alligator Capital of
the World, Gatorland today provides family to see the gators and
crocodiles, a breeding marsh with boardwalk and observation
tower, one of a kind reptilian shows, aviary, petting zoo,
educational programs for children to learn more about gator's
and crocodiles and so much more.
Come and see our live show where the trainers feed the hungry
alligators as they jump out the water to get their food. There's
also up-close encounters with fascinating creatures from around
the world as well as Florida's native wildlife including some of
the most dangerous and wild snakes alive today.
At Gatorland they offer a unique style of wrestling with the
gators in a shaded 800 seat stadium. Watch as the gator trainer
go head to head as they catch a 6 to 8 foot alligator by hand
and climb onto the snapping animal's back to point out survival
features to the audience.