Where is it at?

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The Gator Ranch
10300 U.S. 90
Moss Point
Tel: 228 475 6026

Where are we going today?

You know you love getting snap happy with the camera on those family holidays, but it's the alligators that might get snappy at The Gator Ranch!

The Gator Ranch lets the family explore 105 amazing acres of naturalistic swamp habitats, with all sorts of wildlife to experience - and yes, that includes the alligator! 

Take a walk on the wild side and get that family out into some of the most beautiful swamp land in all of the Mississippi! 

Take a stroll along the protected walkways, and even hand feed those gators up close and personal! It's an incredible experience!

If you want to try something a bit more exciting, head out on one of their super fun high speed airboats, and take that unique journey through that incredible wilderness that surrounds you! There will be alligators, marine life and birds, all in their natural habitats. It's not only fun and entertaining, but it's a great learning experience for kids!

The narrated tour will take you through those 105 acres, and you'll find out all the fun and amazing facts about the wetlands. Exciting, adventurous and educational - it's almost the perfect family day out! 

The swampland borders the Grand Bay Estuary in Moss Point, so it's a beautiful part of the state, and one that you might never have experienced before - right on your doorstep! 

The lovely staff at The Gator Ranch will make every effort to give you a great time at their ranch...and so will the alligators! Don't forget your camera...and smile all you want at the crocodiles! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsAirboat rides with walking tour: $30
  • ChildrenAirboat rides with walking tour: $15 (Ages 4 - 9)

When can we go?

Winter Hours: 8am to 4pm / Summer Hours: 8am to 6pm. Swamp boats running every half hour.

Teachers corner

They do group tours so why not get the kids out the classroom and into their swamp education! .

I'm Hungry!

Well - the alligators will have something to eat if you choose to hand feed them!.

Healthy Eating!

It's always handy to have that bottle of water with you .

Any Top Tips?

The tours run every 30 minutes, so you will never have a long wait! On Sundays, the first tour is at 11:30am. .

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call before you book to see what the accessibility it. .

Can I get one of those?

You can have the combined walking and boat tour. Walking tours are $8 if you didn't want to ride the boat.

More information

Kids must be at least 4 years old to ride the boat. .

What people are saying?

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    This morning I took my 2 children, and 2 friends. Pilot was great/good sense of humor and knowledge! Will definitely return! Would like an "introduction" to the "gator boys" on the website. A nice change for spring break outing!

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Temp: 85° F / 29° C
Humidity: 65 %
Wind: E - 7 MPH

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