Bayou Pierre Alligator Park

Bayou Pierre Alligator Park
Bayou Pierre Alligator Park is listed in the Tourist Attractions category in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Bayou Pierre Alligator Park which include a Facebook page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Bayou Pierre Alligator Park on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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380 Old Bayou Pierre Rd
Natchitoches, LA 71457
(318) 354-0001

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I was weed eating by the waters edge when this guy snuck up behind me. Don't think I will be doing that again. We are open again this Saturday & Sunday 10am to 5pm. The weather is perfect so come out and enjoy the park. We will be closing for the winter on October 15th. So we have a short time. We still have baby goats for sale and they are only half price now so big sale this weekend.

Don't know how many of you remember the old series "Gilligans Island" and I don't know who sent this picture of Gilligan feeding an alligator. Perfect weather this Saturday and Sunday. The gators are extremely lively this time of year as they are trying to fatten up so they can make it through the winter. They will start slowing down on eating about the end of October. Then they will stop altogether until April. All reptiles are alike in that respect as they can't digest the food once the water temps goes below 60 degrees, so they go into hibernation. But for now, very active and hungry. We will be open both days from 10am to 5pm. Hope to see you then.

This is the safest way to transport an alligator without any harm to the catchers or the gator. All of our prayers and thoughts go out to the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. Also to the gator park in Beaumont. We heard that the water rose over his fences and a lot of gators escaped. We are so fortunate that the storm did not affect the Alligator Park so we will be open again this Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Hope to see you there.

Baby gators are starting to hatch. Come out this Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm and you might witness some baby gators hatching from their nests. It looks like the bad weather will hold off until Tuesday or Wednesday. So come out and enjoy the park. We still have baby goats for sale. You can actually make an offer and we may accept it. See ya later alligator

Gator vs. crocodile. There are only 2 types of alligators in the world. The American alligator, which is what we have at the park and the Chinese alligator which is only found in China. Crocodiles have 23 different species all around the world. There are no crocodiles indigenous to Louisiana but the American crocodile resides in Florida. As you can see by the shape of their heads, the alligator has a blunt heavy head made for crushing its prey whereas the crocodile is made for ripping and is much larger than the alligator. Come out this Saturday and Sunday and watch our feeding shows and witness the awesome power of these beasts. Open 10am and closed at 5pm. After watching the alligators eat, run up to our snack shop and try some tasty alligator. Hope to see ya there.