Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have beautiful sugar-white sand beaches. It’s what brings visitors here year after year. But don’t limit your fun to just the beach. The warm Gulf water and calm inlet waterways offer plenty of opportunities for fun and enjoyment (more…)
Kayaking is a favorite pastime along Alabama’s beaches. Imagine a tranquil excursion where you are low to the water and in complete sync with Mother Nature. Now add a fishing pole and it takes on an entirely different level of connecting with wildlife. (more…)
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are perfect for grown-ups looking for a getaway. Imagine strolls on the beach, waterfront dinners and accommodations with endless beach views. The white-sand beaches, majestic sunsets over turquoise Gulf waters and warm southern (more…)
Thirty-two miles of white-sand beaches means there’s a whole lot of coastline to cruise. So whether you “have boat, will travel” or plan to rent one on arrival, you’ll discover plenty of options for boating and floating in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
Time spent in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach means plenty of time near the water. There’s no mistaking one of the biggest draws of the Gulf Coast is the warm waters and the white sandy beaches. A visit to the coast will almost certainly mean time spent (more…)
A family beach vacation is just a click or tap away. If you need another nudge to convince you Alabama’s beaches are where you should park your flip flops, we’ve compiled 10 for you. Let’s get started!
1.) Beaches. Seriously, we couldn’t forget this (more…)
Located a short walk from the Gulf of Mexico and Alabama’s white-sand beaches is the Gulf State Park’s Lake Shelby. This natural treasure has hosted families, fishermen and fun seekers for generations. Boy Scouts have camped around the lake, farmers markets (more…)
Where do you go to find peace and serenity? In Orange Beach, the locals head to the water, specifically the back bay areas like Wolf Bay. Here, the water laps gently on the banks and osprey nests can be seen in tall trees dotting the shoreline. The bay (more…)