Beach Gulf Shores AL

Island Time

32.6 miles round trip

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are home to 32 miles of sugar-white sand beaches; and that’s what you’ll experience on our Island Time Ride. Stretching from the westernmost end of the island at Fort Morgan State Historic Site to the Alabama-Florida state line at the legendary “roadhouse” Flora-Bama, riders will explore all of the sights, sounds and delicious flavors found on Alabama’s coast.

Gulf Shores AL motorcycle trail

 

Points of Interest

Fort Morgan State Historic Site
51 AL-180, Gulf Shores
251-540-5257
What was once the battleground for one of the most historical battles in the Civil War, the Battle of Mobile Bay, Fort Morgan now stands as a memorial and museum showcasing the evolutions of seacoast forts.

Tacky Jacks 2 - Fort Morgan
1577 Hwy. 180 W., Gulf Shores
251-968-8341 Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and located on Mobile Bay, Tacky Jack’s Fort Morgan location is the perfect place to fuel up for a ride across the island.

Pink Pony Pub137 E. Gulf Place, Gulf Shores 251-948-6731 Description: Since 1956, this beach bar has been a favorite for both locals and visitors in Gulf Shores. Stop by for a refreshing drink and/or one of their famous cheeseburgers and enjoy the view of the Gulf of Mexico from the balcony. 

 

Sea-N-Suds
405 E. Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores
251-948-7894
Located directly on the beach, this local establishment specializes in fried crab claws, fried shrimp sandwiches and delicious seafood gumbo.

Orange Beach Welcome Center
23685 Perdido Beach Blvd.
800-982-8562
Stop by the Orange Beach Welcome Center! Our vacation specialists are there seven days a week to help fill your trip with all of the best things to see, do and eat on the island.

The Gulf
27500 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach
251-424-1800
Chic yet casual, and overlooking Perdido Pass, is a fantastic place to kick back, relax and sink your toes in the sand. This open-air venue offers house-made cocktails, cuisine crafted with local meals and produce, and a stunning view of boats heading in and out of the Gulf.

Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar
17401 Perdido Kay Dr., Orange Beach
850-492-0611
Touted as America’s “last great roadhouse,” we couldn’t think of a better place to end your Island Time Ride. Boasting 365 days of live music and the infamous bushwacker cocktail, this Gulf-front oyster bar offers something for everyone.