Stanton, Missouri: Riverside Wildlife and Reptile Center

A reptile ranch updated with a broader array of beasts -- some petting allowed.

Riverside Wildlife and Reptile Center

275 Hwy W., Stanton, MO
I-44 Exit 230 to Hwy W and Meadow Drive.
Tours Adults $8, kids 5-12 $6.
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Riverside Wildlife and Reptile Center

Hold baby alligators and snakes. Meet tigers and tiger trainers. Fun quirky gifts, great people!

[Xilia Faye, 06/16/2010]

Once known as the Riverside Reptile Ranch, founded by herpetologist Bill Fitzgerald, has expanded to include other animals such as lemurs and tigers. Some animals were bought and some are rescued.

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