St Augustine: The St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park
St. Augustine Info
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- Colonial Spanish Quarter
- Castillo de San Marcos
- Fort Matanzas National Monument
- Fountain of Youth Archeological Park
- Ghost Tours
- The Lightner Museum
- The Old Jail
- Old St. Augustine Village
- San Sebastian Winery
- St. Augustine Alligator Farm & Zoological Park
- St. Augustine Lighthouse
- Cathedral Basilica St. Augustine
- Chocolate Factory in St Augustine
- Marineland FL
- Lost Treasure of Saint Augustine
- Washington Oaks State Park
- Fort Mose
- Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
For over 100 years the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park has been entertaining tourists and visitors to the region. Located near Anastasia Island, the zoological park has many alligators, crocodiles and several different types of other endangered wildlife including bird and reptile varieties. Book your room now at our St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast, which is located in the middle of all of the St. Augustine Attractions and fun things to do on your vacation.
The park is perhaps best known as the home of famed, Maximo, a 15-foot, 1250-pound saltwater crocodile from Australia. However, Maximo is not the only exhibit of interest at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park. Visitors can also view Louisiana albino alligators and the many different types of exotic birds found in the Wading Bird Rookery. As part of the parks wildlife conservancy efforts, there are several exotic and endangered species that also live at the park. Don’t miss the chance to see Fiji Island iguanas, Galapagos turtles and several types of endangered macaw.
Spend the day with the exotic and endangered animals at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park. You’ll enjoy seeing the monkeys, birds and gigantic reptiles at one of St. Augustine’s oldest attractions.