Wild Florida Air Boat Rides & Animal Park
9795, 3301 Lake Cypress Rd, Kenansville, FL
If you really want to get a taste of Florida’s wonders when visiting Central Florida, take a trip to Wild Florida. They offer the most pristine airboat eco tour in the Orlando area. Located on the beautiful shores of Cypress Lake, at the headwaters of the Everglades. Just a short drive from Orlando, the Disney area, the Space Coast, and the Orlando International Airport, Wild Florida offers the best of Central Florida’s most sought after activities: airboat rides, alligators and real Florida experience. Our airboat tour is widely known as the most beautiful ride in town because of it’s untouched 4,200 acre nature preserve, free of any development or signs of human life; 100% pure Florida wilderness at it’s finest.
Take a ride to the middle of nowhere.
Watch alligator wrestling shows and watch them feed the gators.
Visit the tropical bird aviary, restaurant, gift shop and 500 ft sightseeing dock.
Have animal encounters.
There’s so much to do and so much to see. See the long horn cattle reminiscent of Florida cowboys a hundred years ago.
See Florida wild turkeys, cattle, and sheep on days of deep blue skies and a shining sun.
Take a look at cypress swamps and enjoy the sunny day. The best air boat tour time of the day is 9:00 a.m. in the summer and noon in the winter
The animal wildlife park is only $10 admission for ages 13 and up and $8 for a child which I think is a good deal. An even better deal is the $20 annual animal park pass. If you are a part-time Florida resident or live in central Florida, this is a wonderful family activity for a great price.
Air boat rides are pricier but comparable to other rides I’ve taken. Prices start at $28 for adult and $25 for a child for a half-hour tour. There are hour tours, half day packages, and many kinds of special encounter packages.
Thanks for taking a ride with me and seeing Florida’s nature. Let’s end with a shot of orchids and a sunset on Cypress Lake.
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23 thoughts to “A Visit to Wild Florida On Cypress Lake”
My! That IS wild Florida. I especially love the parrot and albino peacock but I think I’ll give the alligators or crocs a miss!
They’re ok to watch at a distance but other than that I totally agree.
That looks like a fun place to visit.
That looks like fun! I would love to go on an airboat ride.
It looks like a lot of fun!
Being an older, native Floridian, I never tire of our scenery. Sounds like that would be a good ride.
I love the goat kids and the tortoise, but I have admit one alligator was enough for me when it tried to climb onto the boat I was in. Been there, done that! I agree, however, that it’s a great part of Florida to visit. I’m so glad we did…and we even saw lemurs, so cute to watch.
Thank you for sharing.
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…alligators aren’t my things, but everything else is a delight.
me too but some folks love them
Hello, looks like a fun place. I love all the animals. The airboat ride would be wild. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!
you too Eileen
I’m sure I’d enjoy a tour of wild Florida. I love all nature and wildlife.
That really does look like a fun day out Carol! I’ve never been on an airboat before so that would be an experience. And what a perfect way to end the day with that beautiful sunset.
Thanks for sharing with #MMBC.
Have a great week!
Wow, that’s a lot to see–such fantastic scenery and critters! I love the ‘Middle of Nowhere’ sign. I’ve always wondered where that was, exactly
It looks like the middle of nowhere but Orlando has grown out to it
What a fab place love the photos those parrots vivid colours 🙂
Have a wildtastic week 🙂
I’ve only been to Florida once, and it was to visit family. I’d love to actually go as a “tourist”. What a wonderful place to visit!
If you ever visit central Florida, let me know. I’d love to meet you in “real” life.
Wow – amazing shots, especially of that albino peacock.