Located along the northern Gulf of Mexico, you will find places where the woods, swamp and beach meet together. Whether it's white sandy beaches, marshy inland fishing, historic battlefields or even events such as Mardi Gras that you're looking for, this area has it all.

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Gulf Shores, Alabama

Gulf State Park's two miles of beaches greet you with plenty of white sun-kissed sand, surging surf, seagulls, and sea shells, but there is more than sand and surf to sink your toes into.

Orange Beach, Alabama

Experience the beautiful Gulf Shores of Alabama at Sun Outdoors Orange Beach, formerly known as Pandion Ridge RV Resort. Located on 30 sprawling acres in Orange Beach, our premiere master-planned RV resort offers affordable luxury, a refreshing escape, and Southern charm.

Spanish Fort, Alabama

This 1,327-acre park is situated in the wetlands of Mobile Bay, and is a day-use, picnicking and scenic park with modern camping hook-ups for overnight visitors. Meaher’s boat ramp and fishing pier will appeal to every fisherman. A self-guided walk on two nature trails includes a boardwalk with an up-close view of the beautiful Mobile Delta.

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Gulf State Park
Gulf State Park
Mobile Bay Sunset
Local Artwork - Fairhope, Alabama
Mardi Gras - KOER Parade, Fairhope, Alab
Blakeley State Park
Fairhope Pier
Middle Bay Lighthouse, Mobile Bay
Local Fishing
Sunset over Gulf of Mexico


What South Alabama has to offer


From its humble beginnings on February 1, 1940 as the keel was laid at the Norfolk Navy Yard in Portsmouth, Virginia, Battleship USS ALABAMA (BB-60) has had a remarkable career.  She began her World War II adventures in the North Atlantic in 1943, then later that year, went to the South Pacific seas.  She ended up in Mobile, Alabama as a National Historic Landmark and memorial to millions.