Clint's Reptile Room

About Us

Clint’s Reptile Room started out as just a dream for Clint, his wife Leisha and their four kids. After many years day dreaming, talking about the future and all the possibilities of a what really awesome space where people could actually come, hold, feed and interact with animals would look like–finally became a reality!

The concept of a Reptile Room is new and exciting and people often don’t know what to expect. In the early planning stages, it was important to Leisha that not only people in the reptile hobby felt comfortable at Clint’s Reptile Room, but also people who never imagined themselves interacting with reptiles. The Reptile Room showcases a 100 year old original mural, gorgeous hardwood floors, original brick, vaulted ceilings and beautiful wood detailing. It’s so different than what one might think they’re walking into, which is exactly what we want!

Our goal is help all people have positive experiences with animals and the natural world because then people want to learn about them and protect them. We don’t protect what we don’t love, and we don’t love what we don’t know, and that is why Clint’s Reptile Room exists.

Clint has a PhD in Biology Education, a Masters in Evolutionary Ecology, is well known for his educational YouTube channel, “Clint’s Reptiles,” and has a passion for teaching in a way that is engaging, cooperative and Socratic.

Clint has taught at both Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University. Teaching subjects such as genetics, evolution, nature of science, ecology, and organismal diversity.

Clint has been hosting events at Clint’s Reptile Room, and touring schools, homes, and events across the Wasatch front since 2014 instilling a love of science and animals in all who interact with him.

“We don’t protect what we don’t love, and we don’t love what we don’t know.”

A big reason Clint’s Reptile Room exists is because of supporters and viewers on our YouTube channel: Clint’s Reptiles

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Ticket Prices

Our pricing is all inclusive! Once you’re in you can take pictures with, hold, and even feed our friendly critters!

Summer Hours

To schedule a private event outside of our public walk-in hours, call:

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to see the entire Room?2022-07-02T03:07:34+00:00

Most guests spend anywhere between 45 minutes and 2 hours at Clint’s Reptile Room. We have over 60 different species of animals to get to know. Walk through quickly, or get a more thorough experience when you take pictures with, hold and even feed our friendly critters.

What time should I arrive?2022-07-02T03:08:06+00:00

We open promptly at 5:00 pm and close at 9:00 pm. Plan on staying at least an hour, but no appointments are necessary. Come whenever you’d like, and stay as long as you’d like!

Can I take photos/video of the experience?2022-07-02T03:08:35+00:00

Absolutely! Add your photos to our Google Page or tag us @clintsreptiles

What forms of payment do you accept?2022-07-02T03:09:18+00:00

We accept GooglePay, ApplePay and all major credit cards. No cash, or check payments available.

How and where can I purchase tickets?2022-07-02T03:10:40+00:00

Purchase your tickets in person when you visit. One of our friendly team members will check you in at the door.

Do you offer special ticket pricing for large groups?2023-11-02T17:06:39+00:00

Yes! Only $50 for groups up to 6.

Is parking available?2022-07-04T15:42:42+00:00

Street parking is available right outside Clint’s Reptile Room, but this usually fills up fast.

A large parking lot is available just south of Clint’s Reptile Room at 300 South Main St. Springville.

Are restrooms available?2022-07-04T15:43:00+00:00

Restrooms are available, and offer some fun easter eggs if you follow our YouTube channel.

Is Clint’s Reptile Room Wheelchair Accessible?2022-07-04T15:43:16+00:00

Clint’s Reptile Room is an open concept single floor space, so most wheelchairs should be able to navigate the entire Room.

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