Gator Park, Miami
About Gator Park, Miami
Gator Park, Miami - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 24050 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33194, United States
Ticket Price: 20 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Park, Wildlife Park, Tour, Family And Kids, Boating
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Located in the heart of the Everglades, Gator Park provides visitors a chance to get close to the formidable crocs and gators of South Florida. They conduct a wildlife show as well as airboat tours. Visitors will also get a chance to see other birds and animals like ospreys, egrets, hornbills, white tailed deer and more. On the tour you will come across a replica of a fishing village and wade through the River of Grass. The Gator Park restaurant serves a whole range of food items including gator meat if you are inclined to try it. One can also book private airboat tours for groups and make use of the RV campsite.
Gator Park Information
- No nearby Public transport, take a Taxi/Car Rental.
- Airboat tours last 30 minutes.
Gator Park Ticket Prices
- Adult: $19.99
- Children(6-11): $12.99
- Kids (1-5): Free
For more ticket prices refer to the website.
Gator Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Last wildlife show- 4:30 pm.
- Last airboat departure- 5:00 pm.
How To reach Gator Park by Public Transport
- By Car.
Restaurants Near Gator Park
- Gator Park Restaurant
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Gator Park, Miami Reviews - Write a Review
I thought the experience was only so-so. We came here because the National Park was closed to visitors and this was one of the few tours that actually goes into the National Park property. It was a tourist trap kind of place. The price was good, but it was disorganized and didn't give visitors a good appreciation for how special the Everglades are to the local environment. The tour guide was not very good. They could stand to take lessons from the National Park Service in how to help the public appreciate the environmental wonder of the Everglades.
First our experience with gator show. Very pleased with price/pleasure "ratio". Will recommend for all of my friends visit this place. If you'll buy tickets right there - you'll get VIP lane. First boarding to boat, first accessing seats at the show arena.
The staff was extremely rude. 2 college-aged girls that talked to our family like we were stupid and we didn’t appreciate that. We enjoyed getting the see the scenery and liked the information that the tour guide (who was entertaining) gave us. However, some of his facts were incorrect. The alligators seemed staged as the 2 we saw were completely stationary. Seemed odd they would sit there if they are so scared of humans but not be scared that two big loud boats driving by...? The after show was entertaining but wish the presenter had a microphone.
We had a brilliant experience here, turned up fairly early so got here before it got busy. Straight onto a boat, guide was very good, knowledgeable and funny. Trip was made better by seeing some alligators, show afterwards was entertaining. Staff all round very friendly
Convenient way to see the everglades. Water was high due to recent hurricane. Didn't see anything other than a turtle until the gator show back at the headquarters. Tips requested. $3 to take your own pic with a baby gator.
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