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Alligator Alley, Summerdale

4.7
#8 of 34 in Wildlife in Alabama
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  • Our group was made up of (3) generations and we all fully enjoyed it. They have 200+ alligators in the farm. You are 100% safe in the elevated walkways over the swamp and different pools of the differ...  more »
  • Our family had a blast checking out the alligators, feeding them, and holding one! All if the employees were very friendly. Our family ranges from 5-72 and we all enjoyed it!  more »
  • They have many sections that divides their alligators by age group, including hatchlings. You are able to hold an alligator and enjoy a feeding show. Also, you are able to feed the gators by purchasin...  more »
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  • Very cool, very friendly staff and a lot of fun! I took my four year old little girl and she hasn't stopped talking about it yet! She especially loved holding the young gators George and Marley. What a learning experience for us! It's not expensive and they have bigger, better alligators than the zoo! Thanks Alligator Alley!
  • Very cool place! Awesome and friendly people, big alligators...watch 'em get fed!!...And then Reno's reptiles are really fun!! Got to hold a 25lb Burmese Python 😃 Really funny feeding show 😂 Definitely will go back. Staff recommends visiting during spring because the gators enjoy those temperatures better.
  • Well worth the drive from orange beach (30 min) I thought it was a little high at first but once we got in there and feed and held a gator and watched the feeding, I am glad we didn't let the price deter us. It's really fairly cheap for a few hours of entertainment in a tourist area. $10 a kid and $12 an adult. I am really, really glad we spent the extra $3 a person for the reptile exhibit that's not part of the park but in the park. I think the guys name was Ron, he took the time to answer all of our questions about all the animals and they have a 100 lb torture roaming freely that you can pet and watch eat grass out of your hand. Several snakes you can hold and lots of other neat reptiles well worth the 3 dollars.
  • Stopped by while on our way to FL. It was def worth it! All from baby to full grown alligators. They offer military discounts, opportunity to feed the alligators, and awesome shows. Would love to go back with my kids.
  • Very cool place. See alligators in all stages of life. You can feed them. It's not too expensive. Kids will love it. You can hold them too. Must see.

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