The Alabama Gulf Coast is famous for the sugar-white sandy beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. In addition to the world-class beaches, you'll find the Old Courthouse Museum in Monroeville, Dauphin Island's Historic Fort Gaines and Fort Morgan and the USS Alabama in Mobile.
Orange Beach is located on the the Gulf of Mexico near the Gulf State Park and offers access to bays and bayous lying just north of Perdido Pass, the climate is a semitropical, with miles of beautiful beaches. Enjoy a variety of attractions, including Adventure Island, deep-sea fishing, Orange Beach Golf Center, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Waterville USA and The Wharf. The Orange Beach Indian & Sea Museum details the heritage of the area dating back to the Indians and early sailors that once inhabited the town. Gulf Shores State Park includes 6,150 acres with two miles of sugar-white sand beaches. Gulf State Resort Park has modern and primitive camping, cottages, marina, trails and fishing, as well as tennis, golf, an 825-foot fishing pier on the Gulf of Mexico, and an abundance of freshwater fishing, skiing and swimming. The Wharf features luxury waterfront condominiums and superior resort amenities, including championship golf, spas and the best selection of shopping, dining and entertainment in the area.
Visit Dauphin Island to discover why many visitors keep returning year after year, many becoming permanent residents. Situated just 28 miles south of Mobile, Al., Dauphin Island offers visitors a relaxing and "family-friendly" atmosphere. Whether you choose a luxurious condo, a beautiful Beach Front Home, the secluded RV park, or a quaint motel, you will find your stay relaxing and reasonably priced. You might start out your day with coffee at the local store, where many of the Islanders gather and are willing to give advice on fishing or places of interest. No matter what your interests are you could find it here! We invite you to please join us and explore!!
Gulf Shores beaches, fresh seafood, championship golf courses, charter fishing trips, wildlife areas, theme parks and playgrounds, Gulf State Park, and Fort Morgan Historic Site and Museum, the site of the Civil War battle of Mobile Bay, are just a few of the numerous things to do in Gulf Shores; and events are almost as numerous as the attractions. For example, in October, there’s the world-renowned Annual National Shrimp Festival. Fabulous seafood, arts and crafts, and music make this the event of the season. And the month-long October Fishing Rodeo offers fun and great prizes. In November, local songwriters croon their hearts out at the Frank Brown International Songwriters’ Festival.
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