A great family vacation destination - clear turquoise waters - squeaky white sand beaches - endless activities for the whole family … Orange Beach located along the Gulf of Mexico is the perfect choice.
32 miles of beaches buzzing with beach activities and fun for the whole family, quiet bays and beautiful bayous, Orange Beach ensures perfect moments for all its visitors. The outdoor activities along the gulf waters are endless from ziplining, parasailing, volleyball and boogie boarding to building sandcastles, taking quiet walks along the beach at sunset and watching the passing dolphins frolicking in the water. Fisherman can enjoy prime Golf Coast fishing along the pier or head out to sea on a deep sea fishing charter. Kayak your way around the scenic back bays, hike along the backcountry trails or head out to the Alabama Coastal Birding trail for spectacular bird viewing. Golfers are welcomed by over 200 holes along the Gulf Coast with eight signature golf courses.
Orange Beach’s white sands provide hours of entertainment but the fun does not stop there. Come prepared for hours of family entertainment, educational fun and a history that comes to life as you explore the many attractions of Alabama’s Gulf Coast:
- Adventure Island – The ultimate in family fun with rides, adventure golf, paddle boats and a 5 story erupting volcano.
- Waterville USA – A 20 acre waterpark and amusement park in nearby Gulf Shores.
- The Wharf - A 220-acre resort destination with upscale shopping, dining, a world-class marina, open-air amphitheater and exciting festivals.
- SanRoc Cay Marina - Shopping, dining, deep sea fishing adventures, dolphin cruises and so much more to be found here in the Perdido Beach Entertainment District.
- Zeke’s Landing Marina - Zeke's Landing Marina is a six acre complex of complete marine facilities and home to the largest charter fleet on Alabama's Gulf Coast.
- Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo – Wide pathways offer a close encounter with more than 500 animals including Lions, Tigers, Bears, Wolves, Primates and many more. Elevated viewing decks offer close-up viewing of everything from alligators to tigers.
- Orange Beach Indian and Sea Museum – A small town museum in a historic building with local artifacts and memorabilia relating to the areas Native American and fishing heritage.
- Fort Morgan - Step back in time to when cannons guarded our waterways. More than just a historic fort the site has nature areas and a boat launch.
- Mobile Bay - Ferry across to Mobile Bay, home to the Dauphin Island Bird Sanctuary, Fort Gaines and the USS Alabama Battleship.
Orange Beach, a destination where life-long family memories and traditions are made.