Discover Orange Beach, Alabama
Leave your office behind and discover a new sense of freedom in the always sunny Gulf Shores region of Baldwin County, Alabama! Enjoy plenty of area attractions and activities in Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, and nearby Foley. Although the area is primarily known for its gorgeous beach views and water sports, you’ll learn a lot about Alabama’s other attractions and activities at the local museums, amusement parks, and boardwalks. You’ll never get lost in this wonderland, with travel guides and thousands of local small businesses, you’ll always have a guide to help you find your next amazing adventure.[sg_popup id=1]
Find fun on land, air, or sea!
Shopaholics will love the large selection of name-brand retailers and luxury boutiques available in the area. Golfers will enjoy the nine championship golf courses across Gulf Shores, and kids will love the memories they make at The Wharf and other area amusement parks and attractions. Anglers can find a plethora of nearby marinas and boat launches so they can begin a grand odyssey for The Big One, or take the whole family for a dolphin cruise in the back bays of the Gulf of Mexico! Take the grand kids to Adventure Island, where they can race around the go-cart track, collide in a fun game of bumper cars, or battle in the laser tag arena while you enjoy a relaxing paddle boat ride in the Lost Lagoon.
There’s Always More To Explore
Make time for trips to the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo to get up close and personal with more than 500 animals, including lions, tigers, bears, wolves, primates, and so much more! Even if you don’t already own a boat, you can rent one for an excursion throughout the intercoastal channels or charter a fishing trip out to the Gulf of Mexico if you’re really hungry. Explore the Orange Beach Art Center for art gallery showcases with works from more than 140 local artists in a variety of media such as sculpture, paintings, and more. You’ll also love to soak up the local culture and history at the Orange Beach Indian and Sea Museum which reflects the humble beginnings of the small Native American fishing village that later became one of the most desired travel destinations in the United States!