An Orlando airboat ride through the Florida Everglades is definitely one of the best ways to get up close and personal with Florida wildlife, but we can't let you forget about all of the animals in our Gator Park. Many animals that call the Gator Park home come from countries all over the world, but some of them are rescued right here in Central Florida. Floridians are typically familiar with most Gator Park animals, but there is always something to learn when visiting Wild Florida. If you can't wait until your next adventure to learn some more about the animals, dive deep into these six.
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).
From Facebook to Snapchat, emojis have taken over how we talk to people, and we're all just trying to keep up with trends in technology. A while back, we went over 10 emojis that you'd be able to use during your visit to Wild Florida. While all those emojis are still good to use during your visit, Android and Apple have added more emojis to their keyboards since then. In case you missed the memo, on this blog, we'll go over eight more emojis you can use during airboat rides in Orlando, while taking your first ever #slothie, or whatever your adventure is at our place. 🦊 1. Red fox
We all have a daily schedule or routine. Wake up, brush our teeth, get dressed, eat breakfast, head out the door to work (or maybe the beach if you're really lucky), and so on... Our animals are no different. They have a schedule of their own, too. While it may look like Duke, our bobcat, is just playing around most of the day, here is a brief look at his busy schedule inside our Gator Park. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Let's be honest, most of us are not morning people. But for Duke, his energy level is much higher than the average house cat, which makes waking up much easier. However, in the wild,.