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  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    It’s a rare day when cold weather and gale-force winds make the busiest boat launch on the island look like a ghost town. Boggy Point boat launch in Orange Beach is easily one of the most popular boat ramps available to the public. Located at the end of Marina Road, it has two docks, two wide ramps, and paved parking designated specifically for boat trailers. Don’t have a boat? It’s still worth a visit to see its beautiful view of Robinsons Island and Perdido Pass.
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Love to kayak? Then Orange Beach is the destination for you! Canoeing and kayaking are an excellent way to enjoy the local waters, explore the back bays, and get some great exercise. Orange Beach hosts an enviable canoe and kayak trail by providing ten different launches. Paddlers are treated to waterfront restaurants, frolicking dolphins, and breathtaking sunsets along the approximately fifteen miles of coastline. Be sure to grab your paddle and come check it out!
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Alabama has been blessed with sixty miles of sugar-sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. Condos and beach houses line the shore, but at the Gulf State Park, the beaches are pristine and undeveloped. Here you’ll find the entrance to magical Romar Beach. Located 6.6 miles east of Hwy 59, and 1.3 miles west of Alabama 161, this beautiful beach is the perfect place for family outings. Sand dunes and sea oats were replenished after Hurricane Ivan, and the result is simply stunning. Enjoy a beautiful sunrise or sunset here, or spend the day enjoying the warm, turquoise water and soft, white sand. The parking lot is paved and there are restrooms for public use. So, bring your towel and give Romar Beach a try. You won’t be sorry!
  • Donna Fitts
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    Orange Beach's beautiful white sand draws thousands of visitors every year. And when you visit you can enjoy great cuisine in the many fabulous restaurants. Other attractions include charter fishing, diving, shopping and the new OWA Amusement Park is just minutes away on the Beach Express in Foley.
  • India Rushing
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    While fishing, your goal is to catch as many fish as you can within the legal limits. Even though Dolphin Cruises are an entity in themselves, fishing with dolphins is not what one wants to do. They are beautiful marine mammals that many people enjoy watching and learning about but while fishing, they are a nuisance. I appreciate being able to fish in their homes and being so close to the coast line is something that I definitely do not take for granted.
  • Vida Yeager
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    Having a relaxing day on the balcony and what a great treat to have the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds appear unexpectedly. This is just one of the many reasons to visit Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Orange Beach visitors and residents are so lucky to be able to watch the training exercises of this elite squadron. Hope everyone has a chance to visit our area and enjoy this experience.
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    It’s that time of year again for the Orange Beach Festival of Art. The festival is held the second weekend of March and has been a tradition of Orange Beach for 43 years. This year there will be over a hundred artists displaying their works that range from fine arts to fine cuisine. This festival is flip flops and family friendly. The Kid’s Art Alley offers plenty of children’s activities ranging from art classes, finger paints, and games so fun that you will want to play too! But don’t worry, there is plenty of adult entertainment including live music performed by Roman Street, Shelby Brown and 3 Bean Soup. The Festival also offers a great variety of art mediums such as glass, clay, leather, watercolor, oil and wood. Did I mention that admittance is free? Bring your family and join us on March 11th and 12th starting at 10:00 a.m. The festival is located at The Coastal Arts Center of Orange Beach, 26389 Canal Road, Orange Beach, AL.
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    A cast net is a fishing net that usually ranges from 4 to 12 feet and is cast, thrown, by hand. The net is circular with small weights secured evenly along its bottom edge. When cast correctly, the net will open, spread, and land on top of the fish trapping them as the net sinks. The net is then pulled back in, but beware; a net full of fish is a very heavy haul!
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    Enjoy waterfront dining on a sunny, 75 degree day during January in Orange Beach. Leave your coats at home and throw on a pair of shorts and flip-flops. The water is beautiful, the sand is white as snow, and Jack Frost isn't on the guest list!
  • Clarke Bear Armstrong
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Looking for something to do during your visit to Orange Beach? Every second Thursday the Coastal Arts Center of Orange Beach offers Adult Culinary Classes from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Whether you're a novice or a pro, their culinary classes have something to offer for everyone. Feel free to bring your significant other, gather up a group of friends or broaden your horizons solo; you'll be sure to enjoy the class, as well as the cuisine. Plus, the Coastal Arts Center has other bonuses, such as a Hot Shop, where you can check out glass blowing demos, pottery wheel demos or simply purchase some of the amazing art that these talented individuals create. Contact Jessica Jones for more information on the culinary classes at 251-981-4119 or visit their website at http://coastalartscenter.com for all details and events happening at the Coastal Art Center in Orange Beach.
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    Our area is known for its’ abundance of water. Rivers, creeks, bays, lagoons, and of course, the Gulf of Mexico, offer ample opportunities for everyone to get out and enjoy. If you have kids that love adventure, they can even be a pirate!

    The American Star, built as a replica of The Pinta from the 1400s and sailing from Terry Cove in Orange Beach, offers young mates the chance to see what life was like on a pirate ship. The two hour cruise includes face painting, hearing true stories of privateer attacks at legendary Pirate’s Cove, and a hunt for the captain’s lost gold. Sometimes, dolphins make an appearance, to the delight of everyone aboard.

    Being aboard the American Star is a dream come true for some kids, but everyone who sees the ship gets to be a kid again, too. Beachgoers and boaters alike cheer when the ship comes into view, skull and crossbone flags hoisted, so keep your eyes on the horizon when you’re out and about. Ahoy, Matey!
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Location, location, location! This strip of homes is a deep-sea fisherman’s paradise! Take a look at the waterfront view of these houses located along Cove Drive in Orange Beach. Terry Cove’s deep water will accommodate some of the area’s largest charter boats and Orange Beach Marina is right around the corner making refueling effortless. Another feature of this sought after neighborhood is its’ close proximity to the Alabama Point Pass. Fishing boats are in the Gulf in a matter of minutes without burning a ton of fuel or time. It is no wonder these homes don’t stay on the market long!
  • Renae Stringer
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Cosmo's has live music by Lisa Christians on Wednesdays from 5:30-9:30 p.m. You will find Cosmo's on Facebook @cosmosrestaurantandbar. They have Happy Hour from 3:00-5:00 p.m. and a menu that includes everything from nightly specials, to hamburgers and sushi. Hands down, among many, Cosmo's is one of my favorite places to eat.
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    Bravo Tacos is tucked in the corner of Hwy 180 and 161, at 4575 Orange Beach Blvd #6, Orange Beach. This restaurant is such a pleasant surprise. Bravo Taco uses fresh, mostly organic ingredients. The fish tacos are fabulous and feature fresh fish, Asian slaw, and pineapple salsa. There are many other types of fresh tacos, nachos etc. What a fabulous, fresh taste sensation. Casual dress and casual atmosphere. They are currently open 11:00 am - 4:00 pm every day except Sunday. Stop by and grab some lunch on your way to or from the beach, you won't regret it!
  • Glee Barnhill
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    The Flora-Bama Yacht Club is an open air restaurant located on the sandy banks of Ole River directly across from Ono Island. Tee shirts, swimsuits, and flip flops are common as customers arrive by water as often as by land. While its official address is in Florida, its close location to the Alabama state line helps make it a local’s favorite of Orange Beach residents.

    It offers a beautiful view, live entertainment, and this past Sunday, a couple of surprise fly-overs by the world famous Blue Angels! They flew in perfect diamond formation, making it look as if the wings of the F/A-18 Hornets were touching. The roar of the jet engines definitely added a “wow” factor and the crowd loved it! Be sure to add the Flora-Bama Yacht Club to your list of destinations.
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Lunch at the beach! Not much is better, especially when you’re dining at Hurricane’s Grill and Wings. Hurricane’s is easy to find – it’s located at 25755 Perdido Beach Boulevard in Orange Beach, in the Publix shopping center. Their Hurricane Nachos have a great lime sauce, and the Bacon Jalapeno Cheese Fries are really different and really good. Like salads? Try the Honey Pecan Grilled Chicken Salad with honey-roasted pecans and a honey lime dressing. Delicious! Hurricane’s is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm, Friday and Saturday from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. If you haven’t been to Hurricane’s yet, you’re missing out. Get going!
  • Dana Tapia
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
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    Orange Beach, AL
    If you are looking for a place to attend church while here on vacation, I enjoy Worship on the Water at the Florabama. One of the taglines for the chuch is that they are a "no judgment zone". You can dress casually or in traditional Sunday church attire if you choose. The music is fantastic and unlike anywhere else I have attended. I have attached a little sample! Services are at 9 and 11 a..m. on Sunday. The church area is covered and you are protected from the weather. Come on down and don't forget, you can live here too!!
  • Clarke Bear Armstrong
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Come join the Annual "Dippers" at the Flora Bama on New Years Day! You can dress up or come as you are, but you don't want to miss hundreds of residents and visitors taking an ice cold plunge in The Gulf of Mexico on New Years Day. At approximately high noon, friends, family and neighbors will charge the cold waters in costumes or in clothing of their choice to ring in the New Year with a nice swim in the Gulf. Afterwards, Flora Bama will serve black-eyed peas, ham, greens and other traditional items to warm up the "the dippers". Kid friendly and adult approved! Hope to see you at the Annual Polar Dip on New Years Day!
  • Joy Sullivan
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Already being changed with the construction of a travel plaza, the intersection of Foley Beach Express and County Road 8 will soon be the starting point of a new road that will cut through forest and farmland as it heads south to the Intracoastal waterway.

    “We expect to take that to contract by the middle of the year,” says Alabama Department of Transportation director, John Cooper.

    It’s great news for an area that has struggled with traffic issues for years. “Somewhere in the second and third year we could have another bridge which doubles our capacity and ability to move traffic off this island which is huge,” says Orange Beach mayor Tony Kennon.
  • Clarke Bear Armstrong
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Are you ever sitting at the office or home wondering what in the world you can do for lunch today? Look no further than Big Fish Restaurant and Bar in Orange Beach! They update their fresh catch menu daily with amazing options like: Cobia, Red Fish, Mahi Mahi, Amberjack and many more.

    Also, if your a sushi lover like me, then this is about to become your #1 lunch destination. Everyday you can choose from five different sushi rolls for the special price of $5.50/roll!! This also includes a cup of yummy miso soup. For those lunch libations, you can enjoy a nice glass of house wine for only $3.00/glass or an ice cold beer for $2.00. Seriously, what are you waiting for? Go check out Big Fish Restaurant and Bar Today. I may see you there!
  • Myra Horton
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    We had a wonderful time at the Cayman Grill located on Canal Road. The atmosphere, food and service is outstanding. I enjoy dining on the outdoor patio overlooking Wolf Bay. Great place to enjoy family and friends.
  • Teresa King
    RE/MAX White Sands
    Phoenix Orange Beach is Brett Robinson's newest development, scheduled to begin construction fall 2015 and will feature 114 three and four bedroom gulf front condominiums. This development will be located in the heart of Orange Beach at the intersection of AL Highway 161 and Perdido Beach Boulevard, close to fine dining, shopping, and other attractions. Climate controlled hallways will provide entrance to each of the six units on 22 floors.

    Amenities include:
    Gulf front Lazy River water attraction
    Outdoor pool
    Heated indoor pool
    Hot tubs
    Fitness Center
    Meeting Room
    Multi-level garage parking
    Indoor climate controlled owner storage
    Enclosed climate controlled hallways on all floors
  • Joy Sullivan
    RE/MAX Of Orange Beach
    Join us of for the Slow Poker Run on October 3rd 10 a.m.-5 p.m.


    Suzuki Marine, Paradise Marine Center and RE/MAX of Orange Beach invite you to participate in the 5th Annual Children’s Miracle Network Slo-Poker Run.

    This event is not your typical Poker Run, and we have some interesting twists to keep you on your toes. It is about who ends the day with the best poker hand and raising money for a great children’s charity. The course layout was designed with stops at fourteen local waterfront businesses. It can be completed by boats of all types, running at leisurely speeds. Only five of the fourteen stops must be completed to earn a hand for play. Once again, Barber Marina will be the headquarters and site of the end of day festivities.

    A guaranteed first prize of $1000 cash is awaiting the lucky winner, $750 for second and $500 for third, plus plenty of other prizes and giveaways for participants. Bring the family and friends, enjoy a fun day on the water visiting our local on-the-water establishments, and support this fine charity. For more information contact P.J. Howard at 251-259-7135 or Gene Myers at 251-747-5668
  • Steve Warren
    RE/MAX of Gulf Shores
    The Resort and Conference Center that was originally built in Gulf State Park in the 70's was badly damaged in the 2004 Hurricane known as Ivan. Since the tear down of the structures, a debate has been made about how to build back the property. There have been discussions about private enterprise building and managing a hotel/conference center versus a state run property. Today, the debate is centered around whether or not funds from the BP Oil Spill should be used to reconstruct the facilities. Environmentalists and state government seem to be at odds about how the funds should be used. What do you think?
  • Chuck Norwood
    RE/MAX of Gulf Shores
    How lucky I feel to be able to enjoy a lunch with clients, family or friends at the restaurant, Cayman Grill. Located on Wolf Bay in Orange Beach on Canal Rd., Cayman Grill has an extensive menu with delicious food and great service. I never get tired of the view or the food!

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