Fun parks offer activities for everyone in the family: children ride paddleboats, parents gamble on mini golf, and teenagers grapple with the cyclical pattern of desire and consumption in Pac-Man. Have fun near your family with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $7.50 for admission to the nature park and mini-golf for one (up to a $15 total value)
- $13.50 for admission to the nature park and mini-golf for two (up to a $30 total value)
- $26.50 for admission to the nature park and mini-golf for four (up to an $60 total value)
The 2.5-acre nature park houses more than 350 animals, including alligators, lemurs, and a zebra. During paddleboat rides, each guest receives food to feed to fish and turtles.
Shell Factory and Nature Park
Shell Factory and Nature Park's 18-acre grounds hold diverse attractions for all ages, including a nature park with more than 350 animals, a seashell replica of All Saints Church, and the sprawling Doggy Heaven dog park. At the 2.5-acre nature park, visitors come face-to-face with animals from across the globe, including alligators, raccoons, Middle Eastern geckos, and indigenous aquatic life. Birds soar overhead in the aviary and tortoises roam freely, waiting for guests to feed them snacks and listen to their stories about growing up during the Hoover presidency. Children can ruffle the coats of goats and sheep at the petting farm or toss a gator biscuit to hungry 7'–9' alligators.
At the fun park, feed fish from inside a paddleboat, collide into one another on bumper boats, and compete in 18-hole games of mini-golf. The park’s Doggy Heaven abounds with open spaces in which pups can swim and run around; dogs are welcome into most attractions at the Shell Factory and Nature Park, including some of the various cafes, which serve dog treats alongside human eats.
The Shell Factory retail shop houses a stunning collection of seashells, coral, and fossils for visitors to take home. Its year-round Christmas shop houses yuletide collectables, even in the summer months. While on the premises, guests can ferret out pirate treasure at the Pirates' Cove or explore a large display of taxidermied animals.
“Don't be scarred on the looks of the place... it needs a face lift, but its a good ONE TIME visit, I don't think I'll go again anytime soon.”
“A great facility with lots of well taken care of animals. They have water misters on some pathways that helped keep us cool in the summer heat. A great touch center,...”
“A great facility with lots of well taken care of animals. They have water misters on some pathways that helped keep us cool in the summer heat. A great touch center, walk in aviary, and petting farm! Definitely worth the money if your in the area :)”
“They have so many things to do for kids,the nature park is very interesting but is better to go when is not to humid because there is a lot of walk.”
2787 North Tamiami Trail
North Fort Myers, Florida 33903Get Directions