Gatorland (Florida, USA) Reviews
Description:14501 South Orange Blossom Trail / Orlando / FL 32837 / Fon: 407.855.5496 / Toll Free: 800.393.JAWS.
Newest Review: ... $22.99 Single Day Admission (Child): $14.99 Discounts are available either online or by using a coupon found in one of the Orlando discount coupon leaflets - you can find these almost anywhere, hotel lobbies, diners, etc. We managed to get an additional $2.50 off the list price each by using a coupon we found on such a leaflet. - The Park - There are a few different areas to the park, and ... more
Customer Gatorland (Florida, USA) Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I visited Gatorland whilst on holiday in the USA with my partner last week. As described on its own website, it's a '110 acre theme park and wildlife preserve', grown from a roadside attraction in 1949 and still owned by the same family to this day. The park is located on Orange Blossom Trail, between Orlando and Kissimmee, Florida, and is not hard to find - you certainly won't miss the giant alligator head that forms the entrance! - Prices - We came across Gatorland almost by accident; our original plan was to spend one day in either Disney World or Universal Studios - until we saw the prices! Gatorland is of course much smaller and a different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Gatorland is perfect for those who love reptiles and just want a day out instead of going to the disney parks, because they have a wide range of; Pythons, Alligators, Crocodiles, Tortoises, etc. When you visit Gatorland there will be a wide range of shows on and lots of stuff for the children to do. There is a Crocodile wrestling show, A park where kids can get soaked with water, Also an opportunity not for feint hearted to sit on an Alligator. Also one of the scariest things I've done in my life was when i went to gatorland we had opportunity to feed the Gators but we didnt realize that you had to go in the cage and feed them, so we wnt in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/05 (Very useful, 299 readings)
Trouble with Orlando is, well Orlando really. It’s plastic and the fake smiles match your overwhelming desire to snap back at someone and say “I might not want a great day!” Let’s face it, the Mouse has an annoying squeaky voice and after you have heard a hundred kinds trying to mimic this, it becomes like scraping your fingers down a blackboard. Hence the reason to look further a field to find ways to compensate for the humongous steak or unlimited lobster you will consume come evening fall. I try and earn this right by running for half an hour every morning in the scorching heat and unrelenting humidity, and trust me; you can lose a couple of pounds ... Read the complete review
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