08 Aug 2018
August 8, 2018

Alligator Adventure

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Alligator Adventure – Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Alligator AdventureAlligator Adventure is located adjacent to Barefoot Landing on the Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is one of South Carolina’s most outstanding tourist attractions and is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world!



At Alligator Adventure you can learn about the different kinds of Alligators, Crocodiles, Birds, Owls, Frogs, Reptiles, Marmosets, Lemurs,  Cranes, Snakes, Hyenas, Monkeys, Tortoises, Turtles and more. 

Alligator Adventure offers live shows:


(mid-April through mid-October) “Watch in awe as 15ft alligators leap out of the water and slam their powerful jaws down on their dinner. How high can they go? What do they eat? Come join us, and we’ll gladly answer any of your alligator related questions… heck, they don’t even have to be about alligators! Sometimes if you’re lucky, our very own staff veterinarian Dr. Sam Seashole – aka “The Croc Doc” will be on hand to answer a few questions and even autograph his documentary video just for you.”


“In the cooler months alligators don’t eat, but that doesn’t mean we still won’t entertain you. In place of our alligator feeding shows, we have a live alligator handling and lecture. Just a few feet away from where you sit, one of our trained lecturers will let you touch a real live alligator, get your picture taken, and tell you every interesting fact you’ve ever wanted to know about these fascinating creatures.”


“Slither your way into our amphitheatre and let our professional staff teach you a thing or two about these misunderstood reptiles. How do you tell a venomous snake from a non venomous one? Are they really slimy? And where else could you find a lucky young audience member wearing a snake as a hat?… that’s right, only here at Alligator Adventure!”

For more information on the park and pricing see http://alligatoradventure.com/park-information/park-information

Alligator Adventure is a 10 minute drive north of the South Hampton and don’t forget to visit Barefoot Landing next door.