So we know you know we serve hot, made-to-order breakfasts in our Garden Grille Cafe. So good, in fact, we welcome local police and firemen, residents and hotel guests here every morning.
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- Explore the Shore
- Family Fun
We can pack a picnic for you but it’s up to you to fill your day with memories. Where to make them? Lucky for you, we know all the best picnic spots. Have fun.
If, for any reason, you get tired of swimming in our beachfront pool or lounging on our sugary white sands, there’s a place just down the road where you can shop until you drop … right back into a beach chair.
So if you find yourself in need of a new suit or shades, we have to recommend Ron Jon’s – a place that’s “all about the beach.” After all, that’s why you’re here, isn’t it? Embrace the beach life at Ron Jon Surf Shop.
The name speaks for itself – The Hangout is literally the place to hang out. Located directly on the beach, this open-air, family-friendly restaurant marvels all ages; but declaring this place as a restaurant is simply an understatement.
When Ted Scarritt was just a boy growing up in Hawaii, he dreamed of someday combining his love of the water and earning a living. Today, the owner of Sail Wild Hearts in Orange Beach, Alabama, is living his dream.
If your sunny vacation gets dampened by cloud cover, you can drown your sorrows in the knowledge that there are plenty of opportunities for fun out of the sun.
In the summer of 2014, the Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival celebrated 10 years of high-flying wonder – because of one man’s vision and the backing of his loyal community.
In 2008, avid cyclist and triathlete Mark Fontenot took his passion for helping others “get in gear” and turned it into a business. The resulting Infinity Bicycles is a full-service triathlon and bike shop, offering tools of the trade for fun and leisure fitness, as well as gear and guidance for more serious riders.
FlyBoard BAMA is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting. Anyone age 15 and up can have a go, and Fisher gives this piece of advice:
“Don’t overthink it.”