14501 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, FL 32837
Parking: Lot, Private
Good fun for old and young alike. Purchases tickets through our resort and found that the Military was free. Great shows with Bubba and his crazy brother, reasonable prices, and pleasant staff. When the train broke we were given a refund on our train tickets. We would recommend this place to all and will return next year
Military UNFRIENDLY - http://www.gatorland.com/blogs/specials - is the location as of 02/03/2011 - they do NOT honor the military coupon posted to their own website. The coupon is out of date (june 2010 expiration). Even so, this is unacceptable. This website MUST be updated for those who make the 16 hour drive especially to see their facility. We even called to confirm before embarking on this vacation. When we arrived. They apparently have changed the pricing. We failed to get the name of the person we talked to, thus no one could help when we arrived onsite. When a coupon is posted to a business public website. First Take the coupon down when its not in use any more! Secondly even if the public makes a mistake, provisions should at least be made for a good review. The management and staff didn't even make an effort. Which is why we are leaving this review as "terrible". Your at your own risk when trying to plan and plot out this trip. At least we suggest have a backup in place when you attempt to visit them. You will need it.
The park is well maintained, the food service is outstanding and the overall time spent is exceptional. We have taken friends from England as well as New England and no one has ever been let down. The day package is outstanding which includes gator wrestling, and food to feed the gators with. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra few dollars to feed the gators in the swamp. You will actually be close enough to feed 100+ large gators. It's a good way to relieve stress
Gatorland is a fantastic place! Real Florida, real authentic, real fun! The new entrance and gift shop are wonderful! I enjoyed going to Gatorland as a small child growing up in Kissimmee in the 60's and I enjoy it even more now. It's grown but it's still got its original "flavor" of old Florida.