Snake, Gators, and Airboats: Everglade Alligator Farm

2011-11-20 1

The Everglades Alligator Farm is an interesting novelty for anyone interested in getting to see the local wildlife of South Florida. There are many interesting curiosities and is a wealth of knowledge on dangerous wildlife.

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For a great little day trip in South Florida, you should make the time to visit The Everglades Alligator Farm in Florida City. This little treat has a number of interesting attractions that can be exciting and unpredictable at times.

The farm can give you a chance to see swarms of alligators, piles of baby alligators, and a Florida panther. All of this with very little more than a chain link fence and chicken wire between you and the subject. There are a number of man-made habitats and natural environments for you to catch the animals in. They also have an airboat ride, but I haven’t been on one since I was a kid since there is a chance you might get wet.

Credits: clownshoes

There are a number of critters to see and they have shows with the animals where they answer a number of FAQs. This is also a very reasonably-priced alligator farm to go to in the state, plus there is a snack bar. The Everglades Alligator Farm is a great place to visit on a weekend.

Credits: clownshoes

written by clownshoes on 2011-11-20 #places #animals #snakes #alligators #location #snacks #airboats #escape-from-the-city #nature #wildlife

One Comment

  1. rbruce63
    rbruce63 ·

    I enjoy very much driving through the Alligator Alley but have failed to enter Everglades City, maybe next time!

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