Deals for humans


15% off one-hour airboat tours
$8 Gator Park admission for adults
$6 Gator Park admission for children

$24 Drive-thru Safari Park admission for adults
$19 Drive-thru Safari Park admission for children


15% off all airboat tours and experiences
50% off Gator Park admission

(Four-person max, discount can be redeemed by booking over the phone or being refunded with proof of membership upon check-in. Combos and Half-Day Adventures are excluded.)

FHIA (Florida Hospitality industry association) DEALS

Free 30 minute airboat tour for members
50% off Gator Park admission

(Three person max)


10% off Gator Park admission and one-hour airboat tours

(Discount can be redeemed by booking over the phone or being refunded with proof of membership upon check-in.)

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snowflake & blizzard

our albino gators

“Hello there! We’re Snowflake and Blizzard, and we’re both albino alligators that live at Wild Florida. We’re originally from St. Augustine, but Wild Florida is our home now. Because we’re fully albino, we spend a lot of our time in the shade or swimming to keep cool, but we’d love to meet you during your visit!”

About Snowflake and Blizzard

In May 2017, Wild Florida acquired Blizzard and Snowflake who became the first pair of breeding albino alligators in Central Florida and one of the few places in the world where visitors can see these rare animals. Originally from the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, these two give visitors from around the world a unique opportunity to not only learn more about alligators but also the special care that goes into housing an albino species.

Due to the lack of melanin this species produces, their skin is completely white and sensitive to the sunlight, so our team built a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled exhibit with plenty of shade and a heating lamp to keep them comfortable in their new home.

Age: Blizzard is 16 years old and Snowflake is 30 years old
Unique characteristic: One of the easiest ways to tell Blizzard and Snowflake apart is just by looking at their size. Blizzard, the male alligator, is about 10 feet long and Snowflake is about 8 feet long. You can also tell them apart by looking at their eyes. Blizzard’s eyes are both an opaque white, similar to the color of milk. However, Snowflake’s right eye is opaque white and her left eye has two red birthmarks.
Favorite enrichment toys: Diving for treats on the bottom of their pool
Favorite snack: Chicken

Albino Alligator “Fast Facts”

Habitat: Located exclusively in freshwater rivers, lakes, swamps and marshes in the southeastern United States*
*There are currently only 12 recorded albino alligators living in human care. However, that isn’t to say that there aren’t albino alligators born in the wild.

Length: From nose to tip of tail, males average around 10 to 15 feet and females average around 8 to 10 feet in length

Weight: Males weigh around 500 pounds, females average around 200 pounds

Lifespan: 35 to 50 years in the wild, 65 to 75 years in human care

Gestation: 65 days

Diet: Feed mainly on fish, turtles, snakes and small mammals

Book an encounter


Adoption packages

$25 Bronze Adoption

  • Certificate of Adoption

$50 Silver Adoption

  • Certificate of Adoption
  • Photo of your adopted animal and fact sheet
  • A plushy of your adopted animal

$85 Gold Adoption

  • Certificate of Adoption
  • Photo of your adopted animal and fact sheet
  • A plushy of your adopted animal
  • Keychain
  • 1 encounter with the adopted animal

frequently Asked Questions about Adoption

What happens if the animal I adopted passes away?

The adoption fee is non-refundable; however, the proceeds are still used for the conservation efforts for that animals.

Is it possible to adopt more than one animal?

Yes! You are allowed to adopt up to nine animals.

How long will it take for my package to arrive?

Delivery typically takes 3-5 weeks. If your package is lost in transit, you will need to reach out to UPS.