Alabama Road Trips
Get ready to hit the road. Learn everything you need to know to travel the state like a local and experience all the hidden gems along the way.
From peaceful seclusion to an adrenaline rush and a bustling nightlife, you’re sure to savor the pace on our fine, sugar-white beaches with turquoise waters.
Enjoy turquoise waters, sugar-white beaches, Gulf State Park and Fort Morgan Historic Site and Museum.
Rich with moss-draped live oaks, Fairhope offers boutiques, cafes, art galleries and panoramic bay views.
Discover miles of white-sand beaches, bustling night life, Adventure Island, deep-sea fishing and The Wharf.
This relaxed island is known for bird watching, historic Fort Gaines and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
No trip to the Gulf Coast is complete without hitting the open water. There’s something for everyone, from dolphin spotting to saltwater fishing.
Explore this 220-acre resort on the Intracoastal Waterway. You’ll find stylish accommodations, shopping, dining, a spa, marina, private golf course and more.
One of the top four locations in North America for viewing spring bird migrations, this sanctuary consists of 137 acres of maritime forests, marshes and dunes.
Home to the largest crape myrtle in the South, the charming, laid-back town of Fairhope has plenty of unique shops and gorgeous scenery to enjoy.
Roam the grounds of historic Fort Morgan and see history come to life through reenactments, candlelit tours and a variety of other programs offered for all ages.
Alabama’s Gulf Coast is packed to the gills with amazing seafood restaurants that bring you the catch of the day and the best of the bay.
Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites, stretches from Muscle Shoals to Mobile and every corner in between.
Visitors of all ages can discover science and adventure through the exhibits and IMAX films offered at this museum in downtown Mobile.
There is always something blooming in the gardens of this 65-acre estate that features a 15-room museum home and bayou boardwalk.
Explore the mighty battleship, winner of nine battle stars in World War II, at one of America’s most impressive military parks.
The EXPO attracts Snowbird visitors and locals to the Caribe’s spacious and beautiful setting to learn more about what Alabama and the Gulf Coast have to offer. The emphasis is on the great amenities available in Alabama and the Gulf Coast. More than 70 exhibitors will provide information about community living, quality of life programs for people over 50, food samples from restaurants, hands-on-exhibits, things to do and see, and places to visit traveling to; returning from; and staying at the Gulf Coast.
The Orange Beach Sports Association (OBSA) is pleased to announce the 25th Annual Orange Beach Seafood Festival is set for February 18, 2017, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. This festival is the Association's major fundraiser to support sports-related activities in our community, specifically youth baseball, softball and T-Ball. Proceeds are used to purchase uniforms, equipment, insurance, and pay for expenses of officials and sponsor clinics. The Festival is a full day of delicious food, 40+ arts and crafts vendors and music for the whole family. This is an alcohol-free event.
Head to LuLu's on Fat Tuesday, February 28, 2017 for the biggest, baddest (with a side of Lagniappe) Mardi Gras Celebration in town. Come dressed in your finest beads and costume then start your day with one of our signature beverages while you listen to the great band starting at 11 a.m. Watch the Mardi Gras boat parade as it rolls into LuLu's and keep the party going with more great music at 5 p.m.
Soak up the sun on Alabama's beautiful sugar-white sand beaches.
If you're considering a romantic getaway, put Mobile at the top of your list.
Experience a girlfriends getaway on Alabama’s Eastern Shore where the charming small town of Fairhope offers boutiques, bistros, art and the highest rated Marriott spa in the world just down the road. As you cruise along Scenic Highway 98 to Fairhope, you’ll drive under canopies of oak trees draped with Spanish moss.