Stroll through our garden oasis of colorful blooms, lush vegetation, and well manicured lawns... you may even get the rare opportunity to have an up close and personal animal encounter with one of our snakes, our baby gator Fluffy, or any of our other photogenic creatures.
Bring your camera!
Sky DomeLet's Go!
Explore exotic plants and flowers. See rare snakes, unique lizards, and really big bugs!
Gator ShowLet's Go!
Alligators, Crocodiles, and Caimans... oh my!
Bird ShowLet's Go!
See them soar! Watch our feathered friends in action.
Prairie Dog TownLet's Go!
Get down with the prairie dogs!
Snake ShowLet's Go!
They come in many different sizes and lots of different colors... but only one shape.
Giant TortoisesLet's Go!
Meet our gentle giants, the Aldabra Tortoises!
Tortuga FallsLet's Go!
Listen to the tranquil sounds of the waterfall and relax beneath ornamental trees.
Bald Eagle ExhibitLet's Go!
Catch a glimpse of our majestic Bald Eagle.
Botanical GardensLet's Go!
Walk through botanical gardens full of lush flowers and foliage, from many regions of the world.
Reptile Gardens’ founder, Earl Brockelsby was a fearless showman, an intrepid entrepreneur, an icon of western tourism, and a complex man who struggled with his own demons.
Brockelsby's remarkable biography offers rare insight into the evolution of tourism in the American West in the years after World War II when millions of families piled into their automobiles and set out on vacation adventures that shaped the national identity and fueled the mythology of the region.
Reptile Gardens isn't all about Reptiles. Our botanical gardens are full of lush flowers and foliage, from many regions of the world, just waiting to be explored.
Guinness World Record
Reptile Gardens has world acclaim in the Guinness Book of World Records as being the World's Largest Reptile Zoo. We have more species and subspecies of reptiles than any other zoo or park in the world.
World's deadliest snakes!
The exotic Black Mamba, regal King Cobra, elusive Puff Adder, or the legendary Western Diamondback Rattlesnake... ever wonder which is the deadliest?