The Mobile Bay Ferry is the perfect transportation option for visitors traveling between Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan at Mobile Point.
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We've got all the details on activities and things to do along Alabama's Gulf Coast from Gulf Shores to Orange Beach. Find family friendly activities that the kiddos will love or check out the ample opportunities for outdoor adventures. Start planning your Gulf Coast trip with our activities guide below, and remember to reserve your condo rental with Bender Vacation Rentals for the best deals around.
Kiva Dunes Golf Course is known as some of the best golf in Alabama, offering 7,100 yards of links-style play.
Craft Farms is home to two iconic golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer: Cotton Creek Course and Cypress Bend Course.
Gulf State Park offers two miles of pristine beaches, 6,500 acres of land, and a multitude of opportunities for recreation.
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge is a 7,157-acre park known for its habitat for migratory birds, nesting sea turtles, and more.
There are more than a dozen public beaches in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, all of which are free for the public to use and enjoy.
The Wharf at Orange Beach is a massive shopping, dining, and entertainment district with tons to do, including a zipline, marina, spa, concert stage, and more.
Deep Sea Fishing is a hugely popular activity along the Alabama Gulf Coast, offering opportunities to catch a diverse range of fish species in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Sunny Lady is a family-owned and operated company that offers daily dolphin tours and sunset cruises along the scenic bays of Orange Beach, Alabama.
The Cold Mil Fleet has been a locally owned company since 1997, offering a 1.5-hour dolphin cruise aboard a custom refurbished Navy Transport Boat.