We want all our guests to experience the REAL Florida! And what better place to see alligators than here at Wild Florida? We offer exciting ways to explore the state's natural beauty by foot, by airboat, or by car. And for our reptile fans out there, you can view alligators in their natural habitat and through interactive ways when you visit us. Explore our different adventures below and how close you can get to the Florida alligator during your next visit.
Topics: About Wild Florida
Between grocery store runs and extra-curricular activities, the weekends are usually a time for families to break away from the weekday routines and do something fun together. But with overcrowded theme parks and summer events only making up for a few hours of entertainment, it can be hard to find something to do that won't leave you frustrated or have your kids wanting to do more. If you're debating on whether you should commit to driving out to our place, here are a few reasons why you and your family won't regret the trip (and will love the adventure).
Topics: Airboat Tours, About Wild Florida, Gator and Wildlife Park, Animal Encounters, Wild Florida
It’s that time again, when we answer any questions our guests have in our #AskTheExpert blog. We get a bunch of questions year-round about our animals (and, of course, our airboats!), so we decided to start this series last year to help educate our guests.
Topics: Florida Wildlife, About Wild Florida
Many people don't realize this, but the Everglades ecosystem reaches from Shingle Creek to Lake Okeechobee to the southern most part of Florida. At one time, the Everglades ecosystem covered 11 million acres! Today, its size is only slightly over 2 million acres. This is due to land conservation and drainage projects impacting the wetlands. Here at Wild Florida, we do everything we can to take care of this Florida treasure, and there are ways you can help, too! In Florida, the Everglades is the primary source of drinking water for more than 7 million Americans (that’s more than a third of.
Topics: Everglades, Florida Everglades, About Wild Florida