Attractions on Alabama's Gulf Coast
There’s so much to do during a beach vacation along the Alabama Gulf Coast. The possibilities are nearly endless! Enjoy a dolphin cruise and see what nature offers in both the back bays and the Gulf of Mexico. Does fishing have you hooked? Boat rentals, Orange Beach charter fishing trips and pier fishing abound.
Is adventure your middle name? Try the zipline course at the Gulf State Park or travel to Historic Fort Morgan and relive the early days of our nation’s history. Make time for a trip to the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and get a first-hand look at the “Little Zoo That Could.” At the end of the day, there’s still time for a walk along the beach at sunset. Of course, you can always plan a day for just relaxing on the beach and digging your toes in the sand.
Discover a whole new definition of fun when you stay and play in Gulf Shores & Orange Beach.
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2703 Battleship Pkwy.
From the WWII Battleship USS ALABAMA to the Submarine USS DRUM and over 25
aircraft, the spirit of military pride is alive and well at Mobile’s
Battleship Memorial Park.
21101 State Hwy. 135
We are the Gulf Coast's newest and most exciting provider of outdoor adventure. Hummingbird Ziplines consists of six exciting ziplines over the waters of Lake Shelby. Kayak and paddleboard rentals are also available.
Get a new perspective of the Island with your very own balloon ride! A great gift idea for anniversaries, birthdays, and proposals. Call for rates up to four passengers.
26 Hoffren Drive
We're in our 23rd year of planning and conducting private bus trips for
Convention, Business and Social Groups of fabulous Coastal Alabama!Tours
showcasing Gulf of Mexico, Historic Mobile Bay and Tensaw Delta areas
by Historic-Nature and Whimsy tours, of four hours or more. Just for the
fun of it!
34745 State Hwy. 225
Site of the last major battle of the Civil War, Historic Blakeley State
Park features 10.5 miles of hiking and bike trails, RV and primitive tent camping areas with restrooms and shower facilities, a fishing pier and boat tours.
350 Oakleigh Place
Tour one of Mobile's oldest and grandest homes. Learn about king cotton, urban slavery and the Civil War on a guided tour that also includes the Union barracks building. Open M, Tue., Thur., F and Sat. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
111 S. Royal St.
The History Museum of Mobile is located in the Southern Market/Old City Hall where visitors will discover 300 years of Mobile history in both permanent and changing exhibits.
4009 Orange Beach Blvd.
Seven trails among six distinct ecosystems make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex. The trail is located throughout Orange Beach and the Gulf State Park.
23460 Wolf Bay Dr.
The Preserve has 484 acres of habitats and offers an interpretive center open M - Sat. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., canoe/kayak launch, hiking and biking trails, bird watching, two 18-hole disc golf courses, picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, archery park, and pavilion.
2881 S. Juniper St.
Offering 24 Brunswick lanes, an adult pool table room, 2500 square foot arcade, multilevel laser tag arena, full-service seafood restaurant, snack bar and the best birthday parties around.
* All information contained in our database is supplied by the individual businesses to the AGCCVB for inclusion on our web site and in printed materials.