Explore & Discover:
Orange Beach offers sugar white sand, seagulls, and seashells! You can take part in dolphin and sunset cruises, kayaking and paddle boarding, boating and jet skiing and so much more. Whether you’re up for outdoor water play or relaxing on the beach there is something for everyone.
Orange Beach has several hiking trails for the outdoor lover and adventurer in us all. The Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Hiking Trail offers several wooded and marsh trails. There is also a butterfly garden. The trails are utilized primarily for biking and hiking.
The Backcountry Hiking Trails is a hub for outdoor enthusiasts to explore natural vegetation and possible wild animals in their natural element.
The Wharf is the premier shopping and entertainment district in Orange Beach. The Wharf overlooks the beautiful boats at the marina. The Wharf at Orange Beach provides guests with a Ferris wheel, movie theater, arcade games, zip lining, shopping, dining and more. Essentially, The Wharf is great for those who love walking, eating and shopping.
Alabama Pass Point State Park Beach
Alabama Point East A Gulf State Park is located near the Perdido Pass Bridge. The Alabama Point Gulf State Beach park is en route from Orange Beach to Pensacola. The parking and beach access is free here. Upon arrival, there is a long walk across a lengthy wooden bridge that stretches out to the beach. There is also a toy box located on the beach to swap and share toys!
The Alabama East Point offers a beautiful sandy beach area with massive boulder rocks and a multitude of flocks of seabirds. This route will then take you through to beautiful Perdido Key, Fl and ending in Pensacola Beach.
And my bucket list dreams just keep coming true!
With All My Love,
The Vintage Gypsy
“Leaving. Doesn’t mean that you’ve left.” – Nayyirah Waheed