Colorado Gators Reptile Park

Address
9162 CR 9 N, , , 81146
Telephone
719-378-2612

The Colorado Gator Farm is one of Alamosa’s most unique attractions. Utilizing the geothermal waters of the valley, the owners decided to start their very own Tilapia farm in 1977. Instead of throwing away the dead fish, in 1987 they bought 100 baby alligators to take care of the fish remains naturally. These baby alligators grew fast in the warm, geothermal waters and locals started asking if they could see them. The Gator Farm opened to the public in 1990, showcasing their tilapia ponds and enormous alligators.

As time progressed the farm took on another role as an Exotic Animal Refuge. They have received dozens of unwanted, illegal, and abused reptiles from all over; giving the refuge not only alligators, but tortoises, iguanas, poisonous snakes and giant snapping turtles. Through fundraising and educational awareness they have been able to add on to their sanctuary by including various bird species and a tropical biodome. So if the family is in the mood for an exciting adventure, take them over the Colorado Gator Farm where adventure awaits.

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Upcoming Events

  • Fri, Sep 19 Hot rods cruise on through the town of Creede from September 19-21, and they're taking in all the fall colors around them! Guests can register on Sept. 19...

  • Sat, Sep 27 On Saturday September 27, Chokurei Farm & Ranch will present the 2nd Annual SLV Yaktoberfest on the Challenger Golf Course just outside of Crestone. The festival will host...

  • Sat, Sep 27 Craft vendors, youth activities, live auction, music, and fun! All in the historical town of Saguache.

  • Sat, Sep 27 Alamosa Parks & Rec,the SLV Disc Golf Association, and the ASU Rex Activity Center are proud sponsors of the 3rd Annual Valley High Disc Golf Tournament. It will...

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