Created by Amber Autumn on July 27, 2007
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From coastal cuisine to beach side bedrooms, Alabama's gulf coasts offers a variety of restaurants, places to shop, and dolphin tours.
Created by dcowling on August 5, 2007
Mobile Bay Ferry, South Breaker's Lane, Beachmouse Beachhouse.
Created by txgolferguy on May 17, 2005
If you are looking to play some challenging golf courses that are in great shape, stay at a great resort, and at a great price, Gulf Shores Alabama is the place to go.
Created by liteadawn on August 31, 2004
Vacationed with husband and friends.
Created by andHighWater on August 9, 2004
I was surprised to find that Alabama touched the Gulf of Mexico, but was pleased to learn of this beautiful place, inhabited by dolphins, sea turtles, gulls and natural sand dunes and grasses.
Created by cmurrah on July 24, 2004
We love Gulf Shores! We own 2 weeks at Paradise Isle. We would move to Gulf Shores if we could, that's how much we love it. Beach, sunshine, shopping, eating, antiquing, bike riding, exploring - these are just a few of the things we enjoy. I plan on parasailing in 2004.
Created by melissa_bel on June 20, 2004
A quick review of the Gulf State Park facilities and the area of Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Created by darla2 on June 9, 2003
This is a general overview of our week in Gulf Shores and the Mobile Bay area.
Created by lady-bird on January 24, 2003
I absolutely loved Gulf Shores!! It is a great little getaway area with plenty to do. There was a nice restaurant in our hotel. Luxurious, huge units with everything you need and more. It was home away from home. I will definitely return.
Created by reneelarroux on August 17, 2002
White sandy beaches and beautiful views. Fort Morgan is a 15 minute drive west of Gulf Shores. Surf and sand without the crowds. Condos in Fort Morgan are set back from the beach to protect the sand dunes. Back to nature. The trendy beach shops, restaurants,and groceries are in nearby Gulf Shores.