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Free Admission to Wild Florida
October 29 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until 10/31/2020
Enjoy free admission to the gator park on weekdays throughout October. To enjoy this free admission, visitors must bring a canned food donation. Wild Florida will donate canned food items to local food pantries to help families in need.
Wild Florida opened to the public in 2010 with just a 14-acre gator park and airboat tours. In the years since, the attraction has expanded, offering interactive experiences like its Drive-thru Safari. Earlier this month, the attraction announced plans for a massive expansion with 185 acres of land it recently purchased.
“Hard to believe 10 years have gone by,” Wild Florida co-owner and founder Sam Haught said in a statement. “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 that has helped us make it happen.”