Their trademark blue and yellow planes are a Gulf Coast tradition as they fly in formation over the glistening open water of the Gulf of Mexico. Stationed in Pensacola, Florida, this precision fly team performs at 68 air shows for more than 17 million spectators each year. If you are lucky enough to catch one of their exhibitions, you will see premier aviators perform acrobatic aeronautic feats such as the four plane diamond and the pinnacle of precision flying, the renowned six-jet Delta formation.
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|My Favorite Restaurants|
Sea-N-Suds has been servin' up steamed and fried seafood on East Beach Blvd in Gulf Shores for over 25 years. They are located behind The Boardwalk, which are condos in Gulf Shores AL, directly overlooking the Gulf.
|The Pink Pony Pub|
The Pink Pony Pub started as a little neighborhood bar in 1956. Since that time it has been destroyed by Hurricane Frederick in 1979 and weathered numerous other storms on its way to becoming a true Gulf Shores landmark. It remains one of the very few real beachfront eateries. Check out the sourdough cheese burger or the shrimp and oyster poboy and wash it down with the cold drink of your choice. You can't miss it! It's the hot pink building right on the beach! 251-948-6371.
|Original Oyster House|
The Original Oyster House is located in the Bayou Village Shopping Center just a few blocks north of the Gulf of Mexico. They have been a Gulf Shores staple since 1983. They serve great broiled, blackened and fried seafood and have the best salad bar on the island.
|Hooters in Gulf Shores|
Hooters is located on East Beach Blvd. in Gulf Shores right across the street from the beach so you'll have great views of everything. Oh, they serve food, too!
|Live Bait and Live Bait Too Restaurants|
Located in Orange Beach on Perdido Beach Blvd. Serving a wide array of steaks, seafood, sandwiches and appetizers for 13 years. If you are here in the fall, you will want to check out Live Bait Too and the big screen TV's for the football games.
|LuLu Buffett's Restaurant|
LuLu Buffett's Restaurant at the Homeport Marina on the Intercoastal Waterway became a Gulf Shores icon the day it opened on Mardis Gras 2004. Grab a picnic table in the sand and watch a volleyball game or groove to the sounds of local song writers. Enjoy LuLu's L.A. Caviar (Black Eyed Pea Dip), a Cheeseburger in Paradise, listen to live music and watch the boats cruise the Waterway.
|Dizzy Bean Coffee Shop & Internet Hotspot|
The Dizzy Bean has three locations in Gulf Shores, Foley and Orange Beach. It is a neat little coffee shop with Wi-Fi as well as available desktops. Enjoy a Latte or a Cappuccino and surf the net or watch TV.
Papa-Rocco's has been a Gulf Shores tradition for 20 years. Owner Bill McGinnes touts his place on Highway 59 in Gulf Shores as the home of warm beer and lousy pizza.
There isn't a better place to be than on Tacky Jacks spacious outdoor deck, enjoying fresh seafood, great music and gorgeous views while a nice summer breeze cools down a hot afternoon. Come by land or by sea!
|Bahama Bob's Beachside Cafe|
Bob shook hands with the Grim Reaper during a hurricane in the Bahamas a few years ago but was fortunate enough to live to tell it. While relaxing at Margaritaville in Key West, he ran into Frank and Steve, old friends from Gulf Shores. Thus was born the idea of Bahama Bob's on West Beach. Remember Bob's motto....the lower the Latitude, the better the Attitude!
|King Neptune's Seafood Restaurant|
King Neptune's Seafood Restaurant is located at 1137 Gulf Shores Parkway. It is owned by Al and Dianne Sawyer. You want to check out Chef Brill's specialty - the Greek Style Grouper with a Big Fat Greek Sallad for lunch.
|Moe's Original Bar-B-Que|
You know sometimes - even though you're at the beach - you just might want to eat something besides seafood. Moe's Original Bar-B-Que in Orange Beach is the perfect alternative! They serve generous portions of tender ribs, moist pulled pork and boneless smoked turkey breast. Don't eat it dry, though. Try Moe's slightly tangy and spicy sauce to add just enough twang to a perfect meal. 251-981-RIBS
|Old World Bakery and Pizza|
132 West 1st Avenue - just a block from the beach! This neat little restaurant provides in-house dining, take-out and free delivery in Gulf Shores. Choose from a great variety of specialty or "build your own" pizzas, salads, sandwiches and pasta.
Amidst concerts, movies, shops and Intracoastal Waterway views, guests of The Wharf can visit Johnny Rockets for a blast from the past with classic jukeboxes and great tasting food including juicy hamburgers, sandwiches, creamy hand-dipped shakes and fresh American fries. Located on Main Street at The Wharf. 251-224-6060
|DeSoto's Seafood Kitchen|
A Gulf Shores Tradition. DeSoto's is popular with locals as well as vacationers. They are a three time winner of The People's Choice Award for Best Lunch on the Island. They have also won awards for Best Dinner and Best Seafood. 251-948-7294
|Rafters Restaurant and Sports Bar at The Wharf|
Located next to the Ferris Wheel at The Wharf - Rafters is the only true sports bar on the island. They offer Bar-B-Que, seafood and prime rib on the menu along with continuous NFL, college sports and PPV Boxing. 251-224-6900
|The Tin Top Restaurant & Oyster Bar|
Join my friend Bob Hallmark at the Casual Culinary Landmark in Bon Secour. You can look forward to a variety of foods at the Tin Top including steaks and seafood and mouthwatering specials every night. Don't start dinner though, till you've had the fresh West Indies Salad. Bob serves fresh fried mullet every Wednesday night and has a Champagne Brunch on Sundays from 11 - 2. 251-949-5086.
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|National Shrimp Festival|
Mark your calendar now to come down for the Annual National Shrimp Festival! The 2006 Shrimp Festival was a roaring success with attendance for the 4 day event estimated at 300,000. This year the dates are October 11 - 14th. Enjoy four days of great food, arts and crafts and musical entertainment by Brent Burns, The Tip Tops and Trent Tomlinson.
|Alabama Coastal Birdfest|
The Birdfest, held in October every year includes about 20 tours during a four day period. The Alabama Coastal Birding Trail is 240 miles long covering Mobile and Baldwin Counties. The 2006 Fest registered more than 500 bird lovers from 11 states. Proceeds are donated to several local causes.
|The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival|
The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival began over 20 years ago as a tribute to Mr. Frank Brown who was the night watchman at the Flora-Bama Lounge for 28 years. It started as a small gathering at the Flora-Bama in 1984 and has grown into an event that lasts 10 days and hosts over 300 songwriters from all over America and Europe at 27 venues from Mobile to Pensacola.
|The Original German Sausage Festival|
Date: Last Saturday of March and October Location: Elberta Town Park Phone: 251-986-5805 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. German sausage and other food booths, music, dancing as well as over 200 arts and crafts booths, children's rides and games. The Sausage Festival is a town fundraiser sponsored by the Elberta Volunteer Fire Department. Due to its huge success it is now held twice a year.
|Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival|
The Eastern Shores Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the 54th Annual Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival. March 2007. Festival hours are 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM daily and there is no admission charge. Over 245 exhibitors from around the nation will bring their best works to show and sell at this prestigious show. This tradition on the Eastern Shore is listed as one of the top 10 events in the Alabama Tourism Guide and one of the top 20 by the Southeast Tourism Society.
|The Southern Breeze Costal Wine Tour|
The Southern Breeze Coastal Wine Tour is a premier wine and culinary weekend that will make a stop in Orange Beach May 18 - 20, 2007. It kicks off on the 18th with the Winemaker Dinners taking place at the Gulf Coast Culinary Institute. The Grand Wine Tasting will take place on the 19th at the Orange Beach Waterfront Park and the Grand finale will begin on the 20th with a Walkabout Brunch. To purchase tickets, call 800-239-9880 or visit the web site.
|Hot Air Balloon Festival|
The 3rd Annual Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival promises to be bigger and better than last year! It will be held June 15 - 17, 2007 at the Foley Soccer field and promises to have over 45 participants. Admission to the festival is free as are shuttles to and from the event. Balloons will fly at 6:30AM and 6:00PM on Saturday and Sunday.
|Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo|
75th Annual Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo - July 20 - 22,2007. The South's premier fishing competition attracts 3,300 fishermen and 40,000 spectators to Dauphin Island just south of Mobile and west of Fort Morgan.
|Orange Beach Billfish Classic|
One of the great fishing events of the year, this tournament supports the preservation and conservation of all saltwater game fish species.
|Thunder on the Gulf|
If you like speed and power...or if you just need a good excuse to come to the beach one more time before summer is over, make plans now to come to Thunder on the Gulf! The next race is scheduled for August 16 - 19, 2007. You'll also want to experience The Race Village. It will be located at The Wharf in Orange Beach. Come feel the Thunder!
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|Craft Farms Resort|
Craft Farms Resort has welcomed millions of visitors to Alabama's Gulf Coast for years and serves as Gulf Shores' "Gateway to Golf" with its two championship Gulf Shore golf courses, Cotton Creek and Cypress Bend. The father-son team of R.C. and Robert Craft hired Arnold Palmer to build Cotton Creek in 1987 to insure their niche in what was to be one of the top golf destinations in the Southeast. Palmer returned in 1992 to construct the first nine holes of Cypress Bend and finished the course in 1996. They remain the only Palmer designed courses in Alabama. At Craft Farms there's also a golf course community where you’ll find single family homes, condos in Gulf Shores and real estate in Baldwin County Alabama for sale.
|Glen Lakes Golf Club|
Considered by many to be "the best value on the Gulf Coast", Glen Lakes Golf Club community features 27-holes of unforgettable golf. A "must play" experience is the links style Dunes course designed by renowned golf architects Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin. True to form, the Dunes course is an 18-hole championship layout with wide, rolling fairways bordered by the designers' hallmark mounds and ending with their characteristically large undulating greens.
The Golf Club at The Wharf|
The Golf Club at The Wharf (formerly known
as the Gulf Shores Golf Club) is located at 520 Clubhouse Drive in Gulf Shores.
This Gulf Shores golf course, which has been serving Gulf Shores residents and
visitors for over 35 years underwent a complete renovation that will incorporate
condos in Gulf Shores AL living and investment opportunities with a world class
redesigned course. It was redesigned by Jay and Carter Morrish. Jay was named
1996 Course Architect of the Year by Golf World magazine. He also collaborated
with Jack Nicklaus on Shoal Creek in Birmingham, widely regarded as the best
course in the state of Alabama.
Ranked one of the top 100 courses in America by Golf Digest Magazine, Kiva Dunes offers you the finest Fort Morgan Alabama golf experience available. Surrounded by white sandy beaches, Kiva Dunes caters to your every need. Private and group lessons are available and tee times can be made up to 6 months in advance. There are also custom single family homes, Fort Morgan beach condos and real estate in Baldwin County Alabama for sale in this golf course community.
|Lost Key Golf Club|
This par 71 signature Gulf Shores golf course has been redesigned by the Arnold Palmer Design Group. The new design will provide an enjoyable game for players at all skill levels.
|Peninsula Golf & Raquet Club|
The center piece of the 820 acre Peninsula Gulf Shores golf course is the 27-hole championship golf course designed by Earl Stone. It is no surprise that this course has been selected as "one of the most memorable and enjoyable" courses in the southeast. There are also single family, condos in Gulf Shores and real estate in Baldwin County Alabama for sale in this golf course community.
|Soldiers Creek Golf Club|
The Gulf Shores golf course at Soldiers Creek Golf Club is owned and developed by members of the Woerner Turf family of sod producers. Located only about 20 minutes from the beach, the non-residential course at The Preserve offers wide player-friendly fairways and "best of the best" Tif Eagle turf grass on the greens.
|Perdido Bay Gulf Club|
Nominated by Golf Digest as "Best New Public Course" this Gulf Shores gulf course has been played by legends like Tom Kite, Jack Nicklaus, Curtis Strange and Payne Stewart.
|Rock Creek Golf Club|
If you have never played one of the 50 courses designed by veteran architect Earl Stone, Baldwin County offers three of his very best. The first is the 18-hole Gulf Shores golf course at Rock Creek Golf Club, one of the most challenging and grandly surprising courses in Lower Alabama. Constructed in 1993, Rock Creek strives to offer the very best in course conditions along with warm courteous service that has become a hallmark in the golf industry.
|Timber Creek Golf Club|
Timber Creek Golf Club, which hosted the 2003 and 2004 Alabama Open, offers players of all abilities a fabulous golf experience. A 27-hole championship layout designed by Earl Stone, Timber Creek offers scenic views of spacious, rolling fairways carved from a forest of dogwoods, magnolias and pines. Elevation changes, wetland preserves and bountiful wildlife accentuate the flowing terrain, creating an atmosphere truly unique from other Gulf Shores golf courses.
|Magnolia Springs Golf Course|
Good things often come in small packages and Magnolia Springs Golf Course is one of the best little Gulf Shores golf courses along Alabama's Gulf Coast. It is located near Foley/Gulf Shores on County Road 49 in Magnolia Springs. This 9-hole par 3 course is challenging, charming and lots of fun.
|Gulf State Park|
The Gulf State Park Golf Course is one of the most affordable places to play in the area. This 18-hole non-residential Gulf Shores golf course is open 7 days a week and has a pro shop and snack bar.
|Orange Beach Golf Center|
The Orange Beach Golf Center was a par-3 course a few years ago and has recently been purchased by the City of Orange Beach. It sits on 53 acres and the golf course is currently under renovation. The driving range is open for business every day from 7AM to 9PM. Call 251-981-PLAY.
|Isle Dauphine Country Club|
Located on Daupin Island just a short ferry ride from the Fort Morgan peninsula. After being heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Isle Dauphine has all 18 holes re-opened and ready for golf. Tee times are not required, but the pro shop can be reached at 251-861-2433.
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|Gulf & Back Bay Fishing|
Captain Charles King - The Wishbone is a 40 ft. sport fishing charter boat that offers air-conditioning, full walk-around deck, refrigerator, stereo and microwave. They offer full and half-day trips to catch red snapper, cobia, grouper, tuna and wahoo.
|The Sea Hunter|
Captain Ricky McDuffie - The Sea Hunter is a 62' sport fisher with a 19 ft. beam. She has a full galley with TV, VCR and stereo. She is powered by twin diesels, has an on-board ice machine and is certified to carry 35 passengers.
|Red Eye Charters - Captain Gary Bryant|
|Miss Hollie Charters - Captain John B. Hollingshead|
|Lady D Charters - Captain Don G. Walker|
|Jesse's Trout Lodge|
Roland Martin fished with us and you can too! Located on Pine Acres Road in the Bon Secour area, Jesse's offers lodging and experienced guides for corporate and family groups. We provide the license and tackle to fish for speckle trout, redfish, flounder, white trout and tripletail.
|The Intimidator - Captain Johnny Greene|
|Getaway Charters - Captain Don McPherson|
|Crowd Pleezer - Captain Devin Potts|
|Brian Daniels Guide Service - Captain Brian Daniels|
The Aquastar is a 57' Gillman sport fisher that is equipped for tournaments, bottom fishing and overnight tuna and bill fishing. They are located right on Highway 182 in Orange Beach and can be in the Gulf in 5 minutes.
|The Fairwater II|
The Fairwater II is a 40' walk-around charter that accommodates up to 10 fishermen for bottom fishing day trips and 6 people for overnight deep sea trips. They build their own fishing reefs and add inventory every year to ensure quality catches.
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|RV Parks & Campgrounds|
Orange Beach - 251-981-4136
|Doc's RV Park|
Fort Morgan Road - 251-968-4511
|Fort Morgan RV Park|
Fort Morgan Road - 251-540-2416
|Gulf State Park Campground|
Gulf Shores - 251-948-6353 or 800-ALA PARK
|Island Retreat RV Park|
Fort Morgan Road - (251) 967-1666 or (866) 974-9999
Highway 59 North - 251-968-6220
|Gulf Coast R.V. Park|
Located on County Road 6 just 5 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. (251)968-6494
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|Hotels & Motels|
|Best Western on the Beach|
Gulf Shores - 251-948-2711 or (800) 788-4557
|Courtyard by Marriott|
Gulf Shores Parkway - (251) 968-1113 or (800) 360-9375
|Gulf Pines Motel|
245 East 22nd Ave., Gulf Shores - 251-968-7911 or (888) 878-9575
|Hilton Garden Inn|
Orange Beach Beachfront - 23092 Perdido Beach Blvd. (251) 974-1600 or (888) 644-5866
|Holiday Inn Express|
24700 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach - (251) 974-1634 or (888) 974-7444
|Island House Hotel|
26650 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach - (251) 981-6100 or (800) 264-2642
|Microtel of Gulf Shores|
3600 Gulf Shores Pkwy. - (251) 967-3000 - 888-592-5209
|Perdido Beach Resort|
27200 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach - (251) 981-9811 or (800) 634-8001
|La Quinta Inn|
Gulf Shores - (251)967-3500
|The Beach House|
A Bed and Breakfast by the Sea - 800-659-6004 or 251-540-7039
|Magnolia Springs Bed and Breakfast|
Surround yourself in the quiet and peaceful setting of Magnolia Springs, where canopy oak lined streets whisper the promise of a gulf breeze in a community that still receives its mail by boat. Magnolia Springs B&B offers five guestrooms with private baths, cable TV and telephone. Pamper yourself with a full breakfast, fresh flowers, stocked refrigerator and evening turndown service that all compliment the many amenities. 800-965-7321
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|Condominiums & Rental Homes|
|Meyer Real Estate|
Meyer manages over 1500 rental units in the Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan area. View samples of their properties online or give them a call at 800-213-9544. They have rental condos in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach condos.
|Gulf Shores Rentals|
Gulf Shores Rentals offers many extras to ensure a great vacation on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Check out the Play Free and Stay Free programs or give them a call at 800-537-6903. This is a good place to find rental condos in Gulf Shores.
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EatAlabamaWildShrimp.com will educate you to the fact that all shrimp are not created equal. Learn why you should ask for Alabama Wild Shrimp by name and get some great Shrimp recipes.
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Fort Morgan is located at the end of the Fort Morgan peninsula. Construction began in 1819 and was completed in 1834 at a cost of a million dollars. It was used in the Civil War, Spanish-American War and both World Wars. Call 251-540-7127 for hours.
Heralded as the Last American Roadhouse, the Flora-Bama Lounge, Package & Oyster Bar has served up good music and libations to beach bums, millionaires and everyone in between since 1964.
Waterville USA is the ultimate in family fun! It is a 20 acre Water and Amusement Park located on Highway 59 in Gulf Shores just a few blocks from the beach. It sports rides for everyone including a wave pool, water slides, roller coaster and an 1,800 foot float stream.
|Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo|
Get in touch with your "wild side" at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo. The zoo is the place to discover, explore and get up close and personal with more than 250 exotic animals and birds. Located in the heart of Gulf Shores, it's a great after-beach activity!
|Battleship USS Alabama|
The Battleship USS Alabama was launched on February 16, 1942 in ceremonies at Portsmouth, Virginia. She was then commissioned on August 16, 1942 under the command of Captain George B. Wilson. The Alabama was decommissioned in January of 1947 after earning 9 battle stars in World War II. Call 1-800-GANGWAY for information on touring the 680-foot long warship and the USS Drum Submarine and various military aircraft and equipment.
24559 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach - Kids of all ages will enjoy Adventure Island! You'll spend hours playing Adventure Golf and Lazer Tag and riding Bumper Boats and Paddle Boats. They are open until midnight seven days a week.
|Bellingrath Gardens and Home|
The first parcel of land that would become Bellingrath Gardens was purchased in 1917 by Walter Bellingrath. The gardens were the passion of Mrs. Bellingrath who first opened them to the public in 1932. It has grown to be the country's largest outdoor display of cascading mums, and it gets a little bigger each year. This year Bellingrath is decked out with more than 8,000 mums in more than 20 varieties. The home and gardens are open daily with varying hours. Call 1-800-247-8420 Toll Free.
|Mobile Bay Ferry|
Mobile Bay Ferry is operated by Hornblower Marine Services to ferry people and vehicles back and forth from the east end of the Fort Morgan peninsula to the west end of Dauphin Island. Click on this link for the schedule, fares and driving directions.
|Pirates Island Adventure Golf|
Located at 3201 Gulf Shores Parkway in Gulf Shores. Putt around historical markers of pirates in a lush tropical setting with a cool sea fog. 251-968-4653.
|Wales West R. V. Resort and Train & Garden Lovers Family Park|
When Ken Zadnichek says that his hobby is riding trains, that is exactly what he means. He and his wife have traveled all over Europe, England and North America to ride trains. He has transferred that passion to his property in Silverhill in the form of a 72 lot RV park, a 6,000 square foot community building and a mile long 2 ft. gauge railway with five cars. See the beautiful lights for Christmas on the 3rd Annual Arctic Express every Saturday and Sunday from November 24th thru December 24th. For more information call 1-888-569-5337.
|The Bird of Paradise 1928 Travel Air Biplane|
There was a time when everyone who flew, flew in an open cockpit airplane. Pilots and passengers alike were in intimate contact with the airplane. It was a magical time, accented by an equally magical experience. Those days are gone, for the most part, but not entirely. Experience the flight of a lifetime in the 1928 220 horsepower Travel Air 2000 or a 1940 65 horsepower Taylorcraft BL-65. Call 1-866-MUSTFLY.
If you come to Gulf Shores/Orange Beach for any length of time, you have to make time to enjoy a musical evening with Brent Burns.
|Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center|
The Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center is located on Government Street in Mobile. The Exploreum is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching people of all ages more about science. It features big screen films, interactive exhibits, a full scale participatory science lab and a domed IMAX Theater.
The decommissioned USS Oriskany aircraft carrier was sunk on May 16, 2006 in 212 feet of water 24 miles off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. If you are an experienced diver you will want to check out the Oriskany's flight deck at about 130 feet and the hanger deck at about 150 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico.
|The Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge|
|Track Family Recreation Center|
The Track Family Recreation Center is located in Gulf Shores right on Hwy 59. -This family recreation center offers go carts, kids country, bumper boats, miniature golf, Sky Coaster and bungee jumping. 251-968-8111
|Dolphin Cruises - Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet - (877) 659-9011|
|Dauphin Island Sea Lab|
Located on Bienville Blvd. on beautiful Dauphin Island. The Sea Lab is situated on the eastern tip of the barrier island, it is Alabama's marine education and research center and home site of the Marine Environmental Sciences Consortium.
Gulf Bowl is located on Michigan Avenue just off Highway 59 in Foley. 251-943-4575
|Dolphin Queen Cruises|
Capt. Lori DeAngelis invites you to experience an intimate dolphin encounter with you and your family.
|Alabama Coastal Birding Trail|
The Alabama Coastal Birding Trail is quickly becoming known as one of the nation's bird watching hot spots. Sites along the trail are arranged into loops and feature directional and interpretive signs. Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan provide a stopover for neo-tropical migrants as they journey across the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf Shores - 877-226-9089
|Sweet Home Farm|
Sweet Home Farm in Elberta, Alabama is a working family dairy established in 1985. They are the first licensed farmstead cheesemakers in Alabama. The cheese produced on the farm is made solely from the milk of their own herd. They are a true "Mom and Pop" operation committed to offering customers a wide variety of cheeses. Hours are 10 to 5 Wednesday through Saturday. 251-986-5663
Come check out the Ferris Wheel at The Wharf in Orange Beach! At 112 feet it stands as the tallest Ferris wheel in the Southeast.
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|Bait, Tackle, Food & Sportswear|
|J & M Tackle|
25125 Canal Road, Orange Beach - 251-981-5460 or 800-483-7069
|Sam's Stop and Shop|
Canal Road, Orange Beach - 251-981-4245
|Top Gun Tackle|
25405 Perdido Beach Blvd. #16A, Orange Beach - 251-981-3811
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|First Baptist Church of Gulf Shores|
2200 West First Street Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-7369 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lagoon Baptist Church|
2320 Callaway Road Gulf Shores, AL 36542-4030 (251) 968-7057 (251) 968-7059 email@example.com
|Oyster Bay Baptist Church|
4280 Plash Road Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-7805
|Romar Beach Baptist Church|
Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-3541
|Shell Banks Baptist Church|
Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 540-7136
|Church Of Christ of Gulf Shores|
W 23rd Avenue & 4th Street Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-7769
|Holy Spirit Episcopal Church|
616 Fort Morgan Road Gulf Shores, AL 36542-4300 (251) 968-5988
|Faith Evangelical Free Church|
19489 Keller Road Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-5411
|St Jude's By The Sea Lutheran Church|
312 E 16th Avenue Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-5833 (251) 968-8154
|Gulf Shores United Methodist Church|
1900 Gulf Shores Parkway Gulf Shores, AL 36542 (251) 968-2411
Mother's Day through Labor Day weekend 7:30 AM - 8:20 AM East End of Gulf State Park
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|Fort Morgan Marina|
Located on Fort Morgan Road West - 251-540-2336.
|Outcast Marina and Charter Docks|
27555 Perdido Beach Blvd. 251-981-5453.
|San Roc Cay|
Perdido Beach Blvd. - 251-981-7263.
|Reel Surprise Charter Docks|
27515 Perdido Beach Blvd. - 251-981-7173
Perdido Beach Blvd. - 251-981-4007.
|Orange Beach Marina|
Marina Road - 251-981-4207.
|Romar Harbor Marina|
Cotton Bayou Drive - 251-981-9771.
|Bear Point Marina|
Bay La Launch Avenue - 251-981-2327.
|Mess About Marina|
Canal Road - 251-981-6000.
Canal Road - 251-981-6247.
|Bobby Walker Marina - Canal Road.|
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|Baldwin County Heritage Museum|
Baldwin County Heritage Museum on U.S. 98 east of Elberta is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM. The museum focuses on the area's rural lifestyle and ethnic settlers. Displays include a working windmill and farm machinery. Phone 251-968-6375.
|Baldwin Museum of Art|
Baldwin Museum of Art at 111 West Laurel Avenue in Foley displays contemporary art that features Baldwin County. Also, an entire portfolio and lithography press that belonged to Doris Thompson of Magnolia Springs is on display. Call 251-970-1618 for museum hours.
Fort Morgan Historical Site and Museum at Mobile Point was one of the last Confederate forts to fall to Union forces and played a role in the war of 1812. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children 6 to 12. The site is open from 8 AM to 7 PM daily. Phone 251-540-7127 for more information.
|Gulf Shores Museum|
Gulf Shores Museum is on W. 19th Avenue. This museum contains exhibits about hurricanes, how they are formed and even how they are studied. The museum also contains exhibits and information on the unique and often colorful history of Gulf Shores. There is also a model shrimp boat on display. A gift shop is to the left of the main room and contains unique souvenirs of the museum and the area. Open from 10 AM to 12 Noon and 1 PM to 5PM Tuesday thru Friday and 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday. Phone 251-967-4733. Admission is free but donations are accepted.
|The Holmes Medical Museum|
Located at 111 West Laurel Avenue in Foley, the Holmes Medical Museum preserves the history of the Sibley Holmes Memorial Hospital. Visitors can see an operating room, pharmacy and patient rooms along with medical instruments. Call 251-970-1618 for museum hours.
|Indian and Sea Museum|
The Indian and Sea Museum is located next to the Orange Beach City Hall off Highway 161. Before Orange Beach became the tourist destination it is today, the area was inhabited by Native Americans. The Museum features Indian and fishing artifacts from Orange Beach's past, including arrowheads and historical photographs that capture life for the earliest settlers. A walking trail and park area surround the museum. Call 251-981-6645 for hours.
|The National Museum of Naval Aviation|
Located at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, the museum is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily. Admission is free but there is a charge for the IMAX theatre and a flight simulator. The 300,000 square foot hanger is filled with more than 150 restored aircraft. From World War II aircraft to modern day space exploration, this museum chronicles the history of aviation. Phone 1-800-453-2389 or 1-800-327-5002
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