Six Places for a Change of Scenery in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach
We have all been dreaming of getting outside and exploring more this summer.
The walls of our house have been our constant scenery for a while and now it is time to get out and see some new places that are close to us, but still an adventure.
Today we are sharing our favorite places for a change of scenery in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Our goal is to share places you may have heard of but have not had a chance to get to.
Yes, you read that right...Bamahenge! The Alabama version of Stonehenge is in Elberta, Alabama approximately 30 minutes from Gulf Shores. Built for Alabama billionaire George Barber by artist Mark Cline back in the 1990s you can now check out this fun piece of art.
Dinosaurs in the Woods
Not only can you see a replica of Stonehenge in Elberta, but while you are exploring you can step into your own episode of Jurassic Park. No need to fear though, these dinosaur sculptures won’t bite, but are fun to look at and will provide lots of Insta-worthy pictures.
Fort Morgan State Historic Site
Historic Fort Morgan is located on Mobile Point and offers wonderful green spaces to stretch your legs. Pets are allowed, so grab your dog leash and favorite furry friend and head out to Fort Morgan to learn more about this Civil War-era fort.