Wild Florida Airboats, Gator Park & Drive-thru Safari celebrates 10 years of airboats, animal encounters, and adventure by giving everyone free weekday admission to their iconic Gator Park through the month of October with a canned food donation. Wild Florida’s 10 years of adventure means FREE Admission for you!
2020 marks Wild Florida’s 10th anniversary and, to hail this notable landmark, the popular Osceola County attraction is celebrating in a suitable style. With tin and aluminum traditionally being associated with the 10th anniversary, it plans to collect much-needed tinned food contributions that will be donated to local food pantries to help families in need.
Wild Florida opened on Lake Cypress in Kenansville in 2010, with a focus on educating visitors about Central Florida’s bountiful natural resources. Starting off with a 14-acre Gator Park and airboat tours, the mission has expanded to include its Drive-Thru Safari but still continues to inform guests about protecting and conserving Florida’s diverse ecosystems with its non-invasive, immersive airboat rides and hands-on animal interactions.
“Hard to believe 10 years have gone by,” says Sam Haught co-owner and founder of Wild Florida. “We had a vision of bigger things to come, but none of us thought Wild Florida would be a 285-acre adventure park in such a short time. Mostly we’re thankful to everyone who has helped us make it happen. “
Admission to the Gator Park is normally $10 per adult and $8 per child, while Florida residents can visit for just $5 per adult and child. On weekdays during October, Gator Park admission will be free for everyone, regardless of residency, with that canned donation for a good cause.
Wild Florida offers a variety of interactive experiences, hands-on animal encounters, and adventure packages that let guests explore Florida’s natural wildlife. Learn more about all the offerings at WildFL.com.
The Central Florida Tourism Collective is a group of like-minded tourism interests united in wanting to give our followers & visitors a reassuring message of life here in the heart of the Sunshine State