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Alligator Adventure, North Myrtle Beach

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Wildlife Area
In addition to its namesake creatures, Alligator Adventure hosts an array of animals, such as beavers, tigers, reptiles, and more. Wander the center, as much a zoo as an alligator park, and visit the exhibits featuring native and non-native creatures. Don't miss the shows, including live alligator feedings and lessons in alligator and snake handling. You'll not only have the chance to admire American alligators, but also an albino alligator, a Chinese alligator, and even a crocodile. Check the website for information about feedings, show times, and special ticket offers. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Alligator Adventure by using our North Myrtle Beach trip itinerary builder.
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  • We went here one day when the weather was a little cook for the beach. I figured my son and his friend who are 12 &13 would blow threw this in an hour. But we where there for a really long time. I sug...  more »
  • The park isn't huge so it wasn't an all day trip, which is completely fine with young kids. It was fun! We saw the show and the feeding. If you want to touch animals during show, sit in front two rows...  more »
  • I took the grand kids here boy age 6 and girl age 7. The loved it. They went from exhibit to exhibit just in awe. The staff was great and answered all the questions. The only complaint I have is when ...  more »
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  • My family of three went there before it rained. It was a good time even though we went on a very hot day. If you need to cool off then they have a refreshments stand with seating and umbrellas as well as an indoor air conditioned building for snakes and a separate one for frogs and lizards. There is a lot to see here and the feeding show was great. We did take a picture with an alligator which was $20. It was a good memento for our first family vacation. Overall, we had a good time.
  • They have a large variety of animals. It was really neat to see so many of them, but what I can not agree with is the conditions they're kept in. All of the ponds outside were very dirty. I understand it's challenging to keep them free of algae when they're outside, but it should be done otherwise the animal's health can suffer. I also felt that they had way too many animals in some of the enclosures. Like they couldn't control the population or something. Best thing I can say is that the snakes and birds are kept in adequate conditions. There just needs to be some serious maintenance and cleaning done on the enclosures.
  • Fantastic experience. Very active animals, great facilities, tons of fans and shade to keep cool, and great keepers. You can easily spend an half day here breezing trough the exhibits, or a whole day taking it all in.
  • My family loved this place. Alot of different reptiles and animals. Also had live shows which were very educational. Would recommend to anyone to go.
  • Just seeing things I can't see from where I'm located. There is a ton to see from obviously alligators to flamingos. Lots of snakes and other reptile species. Big 20 ft. 2000 pound alligator. A showing every hour alternating between a feeding of the gators to a little showing of some of the creatures they have in the park, if you sit in the front 2 rows you get to touch them, other than the eagle owl- them talons looked like they was made of steel. Did I mention a lil show of gator wrestling. My whole family enjoyed, definitely recommended.