Unlike crocodiles, alligators need fresh water to survive, which is why they are often observed floating in shallow lagoons and putting ice in their morning smoothies. Learn more reptile facts with today’s Groupon to Gator Adventure Productions. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get a reptile-park outing with mini-golf for one adult (a $31.92 value).
- For $13, you get a reptile-park outing with mini-golf for one child ages 3–11 (a $29.79 value). Children 3 and younger who are not playing mini golf receive free park admission.<p>
Each package includes:
- Park admission
- 18 holes of mini golf
- Food to feed the gators
- A photo with the reptiles<p>
Visitors channel their inner crocodilians during rambles through Gator Adventure Productions’ wildlife park, where entertainers and wildlife experts previously featured on Animal Planet keep reptilian friends safe and snappy. Swing through 18 holes of putt-putt at Gator Golf Adventure Park, navigating winding shots around around Gator Lagoon, which is filled with more than 200 live alligators and a multitude of terrified golf balls. Other live-reptile exhibits also pepper the course, and staffers encourage guests to take up-close ganders at the animals and their ilk. Cameras capture commemorative graphics of guests smiling with live reptilian accessories, and feeding sessions ensure that alligators don’t need to cook for themselves. Nightly alligator shows start at 6:30 p.m., where visitors can watch alligators feeding, wrestling, and previewing their Christmas production of The Nutcracker.
Gator Adventure Productions supports alligator conservation by educating guests and donating to conservation nonprofits. Staffers also observe sustainable business practices, such as recycling and convincing alligators to carpool to work.
Gator Adventure Productions
Gator Adventure Productions brings people into contact with the dinosaurs who still roam the earth: namely, crocodiles and alligators. The trainers help promote conservation and educate the public by getting visitors up close and personal with the animals during shows at the park. They offer photo opportunities with the animals, and standing exhibits where guests can safely observe larger creatures and repeatedly lose alligator vs. human staring contests. The park holds an annual summer Croc Fest, a celebration that benefits a particular species each year. In 2013, for instance, they aided conservation efforts for the Jamaican crocodile, and the 2014 festival focuses on saving the Philippine crocodile. The trainers can even take the alligators and crocs on the road—the animals have made appearances at private parties around the area.
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