HOURS: Saturday 10am-6pm
LOCATION: San Diego Concourse?Civic Center
202 C st. (@ 3rd & B st.)
San Diego, Ca. 92101
July 11th at 6:30 pm. upstairs on the Symphony Balcony
USARK invites everyone to the Auction and after party. Come support USARK & our industry. USARK’s goal is to facilitate cooperation between government agencies, the scientific community, and the private sector in order to produce policy proposals that will effectively address important husbandry and conservation issues. The health of these animals, public safety, and maintaining ecological integrity are USARKs primary concerns. Every donation helps USARK fight our rights to keep Reptiles and Amphibians. Come down and bid on cool & cold blooded prizes!
Take a Walk On the Wild Side at the Reptile Super Show in San Diego
Whether it’s the middle of the hot summer and you are looking for things to do in San Diego this weekend or you have some anxious kiddos in tow that need something to keep their minds occupied, the Reptile Super Show does not disappoint—ever! This incredible reptile show is all about conserving some of the Earth’s most fascinating creatures for all future generations to enjoy, but it is also educational and just plain fun.
What Is the Reptile Super Show?
The Reptile Super Show & Breeder Expo is a massive event that is open to the public. Housed in a 100,000 square-foot center, this incredible show will open your eyes to a new world of reptiles, amphibians, and all the supplies they need to be kept as pets. Not only is the show a way to introduce the public to the wonders of things like the ball python and the leopard gecko, it is also a huge sale. You can find your very own reptilian or amphibian friend to take home to be a new member of the family. The Reptile Super Show is held only three times a year, and it will be in San Diego in July 2020.
Things You’ll See at the Reptile Super Show in San Diego, CA
From wall to wall, you will find an exciting lineup of creatures to discover. Our aim at the Reptile Super Show is to give the public access to a diverse list of incredible creatures, from those that slither to those that crawl—we’ve got them all! Take a look at some of the types of reptiles and amphibians you and your kids will get to see at the event.
Known as one of the number-one pet snakes in the country, ball pythons are beautiful snakes with a captivating personality. Get to know the ball python, how easy it is to handle, and this snake would be a perfect pet for your family.
Curious by nature and known as one of the more gentle gecko varieties, the leopard gecko makes an awesome first reptilian pet. Called the leopard gecko because of its spots, this lizard is truly one you won’t want to miss this event.
Shelled and beloved, tortoises have made their way into family homes across the country, and it is not without reason. These shell-dwellers have a lot of interesting things to teach, and they can be so much fun. From the ones tat stay small to the huge tortoises for a beautiful backyard pet.
Bearded dragons are a bit of a rockstar in the lizard world. These creatures get their name from their spiny-like beard that covers their chin. It actually turns colors when there mood changes, but there is so much to learn about these lizards. They require more care, with daily feeding and maintenance, but make a great pet for years to come. You’ll get to know these awesome lizards on a first-name basis at the event.
Referred to as one of the most beautiful snakes in all of America, the king snakes are making an appearance at the Reptile Super Show in San Diego. You’ll get to see some of the prime breeders of this curious snake, find out how it is kept, and get the opportunity to take one home.
Red-Eyed Tree Frogs
No one can resist the adorable red-eyed tree frog! These amphibians are all sticky feet and big eyes, but they are super fun to watch and interesting to learn about. Get the opportunity to learn about these tree-dwellers and even get the chance to take one home as a pet.
Often mistaken for venomous snakes, corn snakes are completely harmless and super cute. With a friendly face, easygoing temperament, and an ease to care for, corn snakes are always something to admire. They stay under 4 feet and make a great first time snake for the young retile enthusiast in the family.
Get Your Tickets to One of the Most Exciting Events in San Diego this Summer!
There’s no way anyone who appreciates the wild side of things should miss out on the Reptile Super Show in San Diego. If you’re on the lookout for things to do in San Diego with the kids, this wild-side expo is just what you need! You will get a full afternoon of fun and amazement and potentially a new family member along the way. Spaces to the show are limited, so make sure you get your tickets as early as possible. Check out the rest of the website for more information on directions, places to stay, and a little about the critters that will make an appearance.
The Bristol (New Hotel)
1055 First Avenue
San Diego, California 92101
BOOK ROOM HERE: <<COMING SOON>>
SHOW ADDRESS, PARKING LOCATION & DIRECTIONS:
San Diego Concourse/ Civic Center
Parking at CONCOURSE PARKADE
202 C st @ 3rd and B st. San Diego, CA 92101
Coming from North San Diego on Interstate 5 South ...
Coming from East San Diego on 94 West ...
Coming on the Interstate 8 from East County (El Cajon)
Coming from South San Diego on Interstate 5 North...
Traveling North on Interstate 5. 5 North to the 6th Avenue off-ramp. Turn left on 6th Avenue to Ash Street. Turn right on Ash Street to 2nd Avenue. Turn left on 2nd Avenue. Immediately in front (driveway on right) is the entrance to the Concourse Parkade
Coming from North or South San Diego on the 805 Freeway
Coming from North San Diego on Interstate 15 South ...
South on Interstate 15. 15 South to 163 South. 163 South becomes 10th Avenue. Take 10th Avenue 2 blocks to B Street. Turn right on B Street to 3rd Avenue. Turn right on 3rd Avenue. Take first driveway on the left to enter Concourse Parkade