Join the exciting adventure to the 4,200 acres of protected Central Florida Everglades and see exotic animals at the Wild Florida Airboat & Gator Park. Take the Everglades airboat tours and be mesmerized by the lush vegetation of the wetlands, undisturbed by the hustle and bustle of the city. Keep your eyes peeled for American alligators in the wild, so bring a hat and shades!
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If you are running late or you don’t see the Gray Line vehicle, please call the number on your e-ticket/voucher to ensure you are waiting in the correct spot. Vehicles cannot be held behind as they are on a tight schedule for the tour days, but you'll be given directions to catch up to the tour or join at a later point. Please note that there are no refunds if you miss your pick-up, so please be a little early at your pick-up location so you are ready at the spot and waiting at your pick-up time.
For the health and safety of all passengers and drivers, smoking, vaping, and consumption of alcohol are not allowed on any of the Gray Line transport vehicles.
Wild Florida is at 3301 Lake Cypress Rd, Kenansville, FL.
Yes, Wild Florida airboats are accessible by a wheelchair-friendly ramp from the back of the gift shop down to the airboat loading docks. However, there are a few steps from the dock to the airboat where the guest will need to be physically transferred from the wheelchair to the airboat. The Gator Park is also wheelchair-friendly as every exhibit is at ground level, and the paths inside the Gator Park are compacted shells and concrete.
Yes, guests are more than welcome to bring their own packed lunches and drinks, but please note that coolers are not permitted on the airboat or inside Gator Park. You can also buy food at the Chomp House Grill—Wild Florida’s onsite restaurant.
No, only service animals are permitted on the airboat ride and inside the park, and please note that service animals must always be leashed and are not allowed to enter interactive habitats. Kindly also note that emotional support animals are not considered service animals by the ADA.