Cindy M. Jones

Gulf Shores

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  1. Camping at Southport

    Gulf Shores

    Camping at Southport is not exactly camping under the stars, but the views of the Intracoastal Waterway and proximity to the beaches add an element of adventure to your stay.

  2. Camping at Southport in Gulf Shores, AL

    Gulf Shores

    Camping at Southport is not exactly camping under the stars, but the views of the Intracoastal Waterway and proximity to the beaches add an element of adventure to your stay.

  3. Camping at the Gulf Shores KOA

    Gulf Shores

    Hidden away near the Alabama/Florida state line, Lost Bay RV Resort/Gulf Shores/Pensacola West KOA lies among gnarled oaks beside the picturesque Perdido Bay.

  4. Camping in Lillian, AL

    Gulf Shores

    Hidden away near the Alabama/Florida state line, Lost Bay RV Resort/Gulf Shores/Pensacola West KOA lies among gnarled oaks beside the picturesque Perdido Bay.

  5. Camping at the Gulf State Park

    Gulf Shores

    Camping at the Gulf State Park offers many options from the bold risk takers to those who need A/C and indoor plumbing.

  6. MBT Chickasabogue

    Gulf Shores

    The Chickasabogue park near Mobile provides an extensive ride with 15 miles of singletrack.

  7. Red Rock MBT

    Gulf Shores

    Red Rock MBT is a dense flat ride 7 mile ride with a steep incline near the middle and refreshing end at Juniper Creek.

  8. Orange Beach Bike Trail - Cycling

    Gulf Shores

    The Orange Beach Bike Trail starts anywhere from a 24-mile ride through Orange Beach to Perdido Key to a 55-mile loop that continues on through Pensacola, Lillian, Elberta, and Foley, AL.

  9. Hugh S. Branyon Bike Trail

    Gulf Shores

    A system of several paved level trails connecting Gulf Shores and Orange Beach through the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry.

  10. Camping in Elberta

    Gulf Shores

    Camping at Elberta’s Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park is a family destination free of distractions in the rural countryside of Alabama’s Coastal area.

  11. Camping on Dauphin Island

    Gulf Shores

    Camping on Dauphin Island is a unique experience where you can enjoy the Gulf of Mexico and Mobile Bay.

  12. MBT at the University of South Alabama

    Gulf Shores

    The twelve mile course hidden behind the campus of the University of South Alabama is worth seeking out, mildly flat but definitely rugged.

  13. UWF Mountain Biking - Alabama Gulf Coast

    Gulf Shores

    A terrain that’s tough, intense and as close to a mountain as you can get along the Gulf Coast.

  14. Fort Morgan Bike Trail

    Gulf Shores

    The Fort Morgan Bike Trail is a level paved path of over 11 miles which runs along the north side of Fort Morgan Road.

  15. Jeff Friend Trail

    Gulf Shores

    The Jeff Friend Trail hiking trail is an excellent introduction to the four trail choices of Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. The one mile loop provides a preview of Bon Secour’s range of habitats from dense plant species to shoreline views of Little Lagoon.

  16. Centennial Trail

    Gulf Shores

    The Centennial hiking trail provides a scenic transition and connection between the four trails within the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. The two mile connecting trail begins with maritime forests along a winding boardwalk descending into dune swales and ending with a wetlands habitat.

  17. Pine Beach Trail

    Gulf Shores

    Unique among most hiking trails, the Pine Beach Trail includes a body of saltwater, Little Lagoon, on one side and a body of freshwater, Gator Lake, on the other.

  18. Gator Lake Trail

    Gulf Shores

    Short but intense, Gator Lake Trail is packed with an assortment of distinct landscape views and a long list of diverse species native to the Alabama Gulf region.

  19. Gulf Oak Ridge Trail

    Gulf Shores

    The trail includes a few challenging dips and inclines. Large trees provide shade with benches and swings. Part of the Alabama Birding Trail, it is home to many different species. Other wildlife include alligators, foxes, coyotes and deer.

  20. Coyote Crossing Trail

    Gulf Shores

    Coyote Crossing Trail runs adjacent to the Gulf State Park offices making it a perfect starting point for newcomers to Alabama Gulf Coast. For the more adventurous, the Fort Morgan Trail connects to Coyote Crossing Trail.

  21. Catman Road

    Gulf Shores

    Shrouded by mystery and legends of a catman running wild along the shores and backwoods of primitive Pleasure Island, the Catman Road Trail is a fascinating hike for the imagination. On quiet days, any rustling of the trees or movement in the blanket of undergrowth, gets the heart pumping.

  22. Rosemary Dunes Trails

    Gulf Shores

    Rosemary Dunes is a beautiful sand swale and marshland decorated trail across from Orange Beach. The paved trail sways and descends amid plush piles of white sand and lush green water lilies and cattails.

  23. Rattlesnake Ridge

    Gulf Shores

    Don’t let the name intimidate you, Rattlesnake Ridge Trail is a fun trail for anyone. Beginning near the Orange Beach City Hall Complex and the Orange Beach Indian and Sea Museum, there is plenty of parking space.

  24. Twin Bridges Trail

    Gulf Shores

    The shortest of all the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trails, Twin Bridges is a charming one mile hike carefully enveloped by draping oaks of spanish moss. The entrance to Twin Bridges is located in the back of the Orange Beach Sports Complex via the Gulf Oak Ridge Trail.

  25. Bayou Saint John

    Gulf Shores

    Bayou Saint John, the southern end of the Orange Beach Canoe Trail, delivers charming views of homes and docks, a pleasant trail to paddle.