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Everglades Alligator Farm Homestead

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Everglades Alligator Farm
40351 SW 192nd AVE
Homestead
FL
33034
Tel: 305-247-2628

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Alligator shows, snake shows and alligator feedings, there is something going on every hour on the Farm.
The Everglades Alligator Farm is currently home to about 2,000 alligators of all sizes. The smaller alligators are kept in growout pens and the larger alligators are in natural settings called breeding ponds.There is also a great display of local snakes along with some of the more exotic species of snakes from around the world.
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    Animals seemed to be fine. No visible distress. People were friendly enough. Good value for the money. You get snake show, alligators feeding show and a alligator show and boat ride for $24. Airboat ride was great on our first visit we had a driver with personality, second visit driver was quiet. I would recommend it for a place to go as a tourist but include a stop to Robert is Here, down the road as well!

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    The airboat experience is unbeatable, however there was uncleared mud and i fell and cut my lip.. they cleared the mud AFTER.. watch your childrens steps closely please

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    The treatment of the animals is poor. I would never recommend this place, the treatment of the animals should be much better considering the crowds, they could certainly afford to have provided a shelter for the bird, clean water for all the animals. it could be a nice place, if they cleaned it up. f
    There is an owl tied to a weight of some sort on the ground. That's it, it can walk around the weight , it has about three feet of line. There is one place for shade, under a palm tree if the sun is in the right spot. I saw this night...Read More

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    This place is awesome! The drive was pretty far and it's in the middle of no where past a prison -- don't want to drive near here at night...

    The staff were friendly and the trainer guy sounded like he knew what he was talking about. I was pretty bummed that I couldn't see any alligators in nature on the airboat ride though. It was NASTY when the swamp water got on you haha so don't wear nice clothes or shoes if you're going there.

    The other places is small and there's not much to see but one owl, some birds and turtles...

    I really enjoyed...Read More

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    First time ever visiting the Everglades and the experience was well worth the ticket price. Luke, the man who ran every show, was very knowledgeable and kind to everyone.

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by Rickie L Jones

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The treatment of the animals is poor. I would never recommend this place, the treatment of the animals should be much better considering the crowds, they could certainly afford to have provided a shelter for the bird, clean water for all the animals. it could be a nice place, if they cleaned it up. f
There is an owl tied to a weight of some sort on the ground. That's it, it can walk around the weight , it has about three feet of line. There is one place for shade, under a palm tree if the sun is in the right spot. I saw this night time animal in the early afternoon in the heat of the Florida summer, with no where to hide, to escape the heat, sun, nothing. Surely the owl is not the important part of the farm. And if this animal is wounded, it belongs in a wildlife sanctuary where it can be taken care of.
I was appalled that no one seemed to care. Wont you help me by writing the local news, the ASPCA and human society, the police perhaps, and bring attention to the care of these animals. This is a big business, lots of tourists, especially foreign, and what an impression they must have.
The iguana also sat in small cages -- with filthy, green water, mold growing on the container.
While we certainly cannot gage the comfort of alligators quietly laying in the sun, the pond they have, and there are many, many animals i n there, apparently has no currents bringing in life to naturally recycle and clean the environment they are in... I would not close the park for the alligator treatment
nor the short speed boat rides, but the treatment of accessory animals is far below anything acceptable, and the standard by which we treat the innocent - animal or human - is the standard of our collective morality. Please, place the owl in a new environment, not chained to a piece of metal in a yard so that people can look at it as they walk to the alligators.

by Pinky Chan

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This place is awesome! The drive was pretty far and it's in the middle of no where past a prison -- don't want to drive near here at night...

The staff were friendly and the trainer guy sounded like he knew what he was talking about. I was pretty bummed that I couldn't see any alligators in nature on the airboat ride though. It was NASTY when the swamp water got on you haha so don't wear nice clothes or shoes if you're going there.

The other places is small and there's not much to see but one owl, some birds and turtles...

I really enjoyed the fact that walmart donates expired meats to the alligators haha.

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