If you want to meet an alligator, there are plenty of places in Myrtle Beach! Here is a round up of spots you can spot an alligator.
Brookgreen Gardens breathtaking world-renowned sculpture gardens make the perfect outing for a day, and is one of the Grand Strand’s most popular and treasured vacation destinations. Did you know they also have the Lowcountry Zoo? Featuring otters, a large alligator, foxes, owls and more, this zoo is a pretty stroll on a path surrounded by lush plant life.
Alligator Adventure, hailed as “The Reptile Capital of the World,” is located at Barefoot Landing. Here you will find a wide variety of alligators and other reptiles including Utan, the “King of the Crocs.” Live shows include alligator feedings and handling and snake handling.
Add a new stamp to your Park Passport and see the wildlife at Huntington Beach State Park. As you stroll through the salt marshes, be on the lookout for alligators, loggerhead sea turtles, minks and over 300 bird species. The park also offers a beautiful, pristine beach and Atalaya, the winter home of Archer & Anna Hyatt Huntington.