Colorado Gators Reptile Park

Colorado Gators Reptile Park features over 300 alligators, reptile rescue, working fish farm, and tropical greenhouses.  Established in 1977 as a tilapia fish farm using geothermal water from an 87 degree well.  Our rescued reptiles include large pythons, monitor lizards, turtles, tortoises, rattlesnakes, crocodiles and many other animals.

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Latitude: 37.7060288 Longitude: -105.8716822 Elevation: 7554 ft
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Activities at this Site

Everyone taking the tour has the opportunity to meet, pet, hold, and take pictures with a little alligator.  Gator chow is available for visitors wishing to feed the gators.  Educational shows daily during the summer.  Alligator wrestling classes and reptile handling classes available.  Great birding opportunities.  Fishing and boating on 2 mile creek.  Annual Festivites include Eggfest and Gatorfest (check our website for dates and other events.)

Hours Open

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Winter, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Summer

Seasons Open

Year Round

Price Style for this Establishment

$15 adults, $7.50 children and seniors

Eco-Friendly Notes

Uses solar and geothermal resources to grow fish,  tropical plants, and food crops.  Uses recycled fish waste to fertilize plants. 

ADA Accessibility Notes

90 % accessible.  

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome.  Pets can be carried or on leashes.

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