While family vacations are normally all about fun and adventure, it’s easy to sneak in some education without the kids even noticing! From the beach to the Blue Angels, visitors can enjoy the best of everything while learning new things and seeing something (more…)
History buffs will love discovering the history of the Gulf Coast including Native American museums, antebellum mansions, military forts, maritime and railroad museums, and much more.
Imagine when the thundering booms of cannons protected the turquoise (more…)
Your vacation planned in 3.5 minutes? Why, yes, it’s possible! Well, maybe it won’t be completely planned, but you’ll be off to a good start with some great ideas. We’re showing you five things to kick-start your family fall break planning. Which one (more…)
Do you think you have to be a history lover to enjoy a day (or two or three) exploring military forts along the Alabama Gulf Coast? Think again. If you’re any of these folks, exploring a fort will be the perfect way to spend the day.
- Photogs. Photographers (more…)
When you go to the beach, walking barefoot in the sand is a given. Sand between the toes . . . ahhhh! But did you know there are lots of other places to explore on foot in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach? (Though I recommend shoes for most of them!)
When a homeschool family takes a vacation, it is often more than a vacation. It is about family and fun, plus a healthy dose of learning. How does a homeschool family pull off a great family vacation that can be fun and educational at the same time? It’s (more…)
Alabama’s Coastal Connection is an opportunity to explore Alabama in a whole new light. From history to the beautiful Alabama beaches, your weekend will be jam-packed with fun and adventure.
In nearby Mobile, nature enthusiasts can begin their journey (more…)
I can always feel a smile creep across my face when newbies to the Alabama beaches remark about how beautiful the beaches are. I think it’s partly because I know it’s true and partly because it’s nice to hear others reaffirm what we born-and-bred Alabamians (more…)