Phone: 251.943.9150 or Cell: 251.424.0358

Ralph Schumacher Soccer Complex                     18507 US HWY 98 West

Raymond C. Christensen, Jr. Memorial 5-plex   210 Cater Lee Way / 998 West Section Avenue

     

Attractions

Alabama PaddleSports™
251-279-0703

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http://alabamapaddlesports.com/index.html .
Alabama PaddleSports™ is a delivery only, stand up paddleboard (SUP) and kayak rental company that offers the Gulf Coast area in Baldwin County, Alabama the best in paddlesports delivery.Alabama Paddle Sports is now offering Guided Kayak Tours at Graham Creek Nature Preserve. Our inventory includes a variety of 11' and 12' stand up paddleboards and single or tandem (1, 2 or 3 person) sit-on-top kayaks. All rentals come equipped with paddles and life jackets (PFD) at no extra cost. Please visit our additional web site for more information on delivery areas, rental rates, reservations and other stuff that includes photos, videos, news and items for sale. Our service area includes Fairhope, Point Clear, Magnolia Springs, Bon Secour, Foley, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Perdido Beach, Ono Island, Josephine, Elberta, Lillian. Call or email us today for more information and reservations for our free delivery service. Thank you!

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Foley Kids Park in Max Griffin Park

300 W. Roosevelt Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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Featuring 2 softball fields, a kid's park, playground equipment, picnic areas and a swimming pool that is open to the public during the summer, enjoy this centrally located city park.

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Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo
251-968-5732
1204 Gulf Shores Pkwy.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://www.alabamagulfcoastzoo.org .
The zoo is known internationally as "The Little Zoo That Could" from exposure on the Animal Planet series. Encompassing 17 acres, the zoo is located just north of the beach and is home for more than 290 animals. Lions, monkeys, tigers, bears and macaws are just some of the creatures you will encounter. There's also a petting zoo, reptile house and aviary. Animal shows are offered daily during the summer months.

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Alabama's Coastal Connections Scenic Byway
251-943-1200

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http://www.alabamascoastalconnection.com .


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Alligator Alley
251-946-2483
19950 Hwy. 71
Summerdale, AL 36580
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http://www.gatoralleyfarm.com .
View alligators safely from boardwalks that stretch across this 20-acre park. See hundreds of alligators, some up to 13 feet long! Many of the alligators have been relocated, while some are farm-raised. The best time to visit is feeding time, which varies according to the season.

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Barber Marina Dinosaurs
251-987-2628
26986 Fish Trap Rd
Elberta, AL 36530
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Would you like to visit a dinosaur, or stand with a knight?  Then you need to visit Barber Marina!

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Beach Access - Cotton Bayou

intersection of Hwy. 182 and Hwy. 161
Orange Beach, AL 
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This beach is very accessible with ample free parking at the intersections of highways 182 & 161.  It is located right in between some of the most popular condos which give it a high energy feel.  You can also enjoy tons of people watching opportunities.  Restrooms and outdoor showers are located on site.

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Beach Access - Florida Point

.3 miles east of Perdido Pass Bridge
Orange Beach, AL 
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As you reach the top of the Perdido Pass Bridge you will see the beautiful turquoise waters of Florida point and the many fellow beach goers who have found their perfect spot in the sand.  There you can pick your own spot amongst 6,000 feet of white sandy beaches.  Parking is free and guests can enjoy amenities like boardwalks, picnic areas, restrooms, and outdoor showers.  To find a more secluded place to catch some sun, you may have to take a bit of a longer walk across the dunes so pack lightly to enjoy your day of relaxation.

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Beach Access - Gulf Place

100 Gulf Shores Pkwy.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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If you want to hang out with beach bar hoppers and good time seekers, then you have come to the right place.  This is a hot spot during the summer so come early for a prime parking spot.  The public beach is located right where 59 dead ends into the gulf.  The beach offers attendants, open air pavilions, restrooms, and showers.  Pay by the hour parking meters are available.  As the site of the Hangout Music Festival, this is definitely a hot spot.

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Beach Access - Lagoon Pass

1660 W. Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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This is a family friendly hot spot due to the shallow water and Caribbean inspired views.  The beach is located about 3 miles west of highway 59 along the water that connects Little Lagoon to the Gulf.  Your family can enjoy restrooms, outdoor shower, and water fountain on site.  Parking is limited so get there early.

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Beach Access - Romar Beach

6.8 miles east of Hwy. 59
Orange Beach, AL 
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This beach also offers easy access from Perdido Beach Blvd.  It is located about 7 miles east of highway 59 and offers a limited amount of free parking.  Plans are in place to install restrooms and outdoor showers.  For now, we recommend this as the perfect location for a sunset stroll or a gourmet picnic.

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Beach Access - W. 13th St.

1499 W. Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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With multiple access points you are never far from the beach no matter which activities you are heading to or restaurants you are dining at.  We recommend that you try a few so that you can give recommendations as the locals would.

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Beach Access - W. 2nd St.

240 W. Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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With multiple access points you are never far from the beach no matter which activities you are heading to or restaurants you are dining at.  We recommend that you try a few so that you can give recommendations as the locals would.

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Beach Access - W. 5th St.

599 W. Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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With multiple access points you are never far from the beach no matter which activities you are heading to or restaurants you are dining at.  We recommend that you try a few so that you can give recommendations as the locals would.

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Beach Access - W. 6th St.

699 W. Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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Bellingrath Gardens
251-973-2217
12401 Bellingrath Gardens Rd.
Theodore, AL 36582
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http://www.bellingrath.org .
This 65-acre estate created by Walter and Bessie Bellingrath features flowering displays that celebrate each season of the year. Enjoy a self-guided walking tour along the Bayou Boardwalk, Mirror Lake, the Great Lawn, Asian-American Garden and Butterfly Garden. Take a tour of the 10,500-square-foot English Renaissance Bellingrath Home with its original furnishings and extensive decorative arts collection. Sightseeing and dinner river cruises available between March and November.

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Boggy Branch Outfitters
251-979-4335
19180-A County Rd. 10
Foley, AL 36535
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Enjoy a great day on the water with Capt. Scott and experience the expertise of a lifelong fisherman. USCG Certified Captain and insured, your safety will always be in the forefront. Captain Scott Taylor was born and raised in Coastal Alabama. He grew up fishing the waterways of Bon Secour to Mobile Bay. Let his years of experience help you not only catch Red Fish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, and Sheepshead but also make your day on the water a memorable experience. We can accommodate one to four anglers. Group parties may be arranged.

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Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
251-540-7720
12295 Hwy. 180
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://www.fws.gov/bonsecour/ .
The Bon Secour NWR contains 7,000 acres of wildlife habitat for migratory birds, nesting sea turtles and the endangered Alabama beach mouse. The refuge was established by Congress in 1980 to preserve the coastal dune ecosystem, to protect threatened and endangered species, to provide compatible recreational opportunities, and to serve as a living laboratory for students and scientists. The refuge also provides hiking trails, fresh and saltwater fishing, and beach access to the public. 

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Charles J. Ebert, Jr. Memorial Train
251-943-1818
125 E. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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The Charles J. Ebert, Jr. Memorial Train offers free train rides around Foley's Heritage Park. Board the train at Foley Depot Museum.

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Cotton Creek at Craft Farms
251-968-7500

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http://www.craftfarms.com .


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USSSA (United States Speciality Sports Association)
256-651-1686

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http://www.playballalabama.com/ .


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USS Alabama Battleship
251-433-2703
2703 Battleship Pkwy.
Mobile, AL 36601
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http://www.ussalabama.com .
Walk the decks of the mighty battleship, go below in the submarine Drum, and explore 20 historic aircraft, all here at the Battleship Park. The USS Alabama saw battle in both the Atlantic and Pacific and is the recipient of 9 WWII Battle Stars.

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The Track
251-968-8111
3200 Gulf Shores Pkwy.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://www.gulfshorestrack.com/about.aspx .
The Track is your family fun and recreation center in Gulf Shores, Alabama!

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Taking Off Hot Air Balloon Company
251-970-3598

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http://www.gulfviewballooning.com .
Hot air ballooning over the Gulf Shores/Orange Beach, Alabama area is a wonderful outdoor recreational activity that can be enjoyed by everyone. Gently lift off into an adventure where you'll experience the scenic vistas of the Alabama Gulf Coast from a whole new vantage point! Leave your cares on the ground and marvel at the serenity of being close to the clouds. Bring your camera and lots of film, and take pictures that will provide you with lifelong memories.

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Stacey's Rexall Drugs & Old Tyme Soda Fountain
251-943-7191
121 W. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.staceydrugsandoldetymesodafountain.com/ .
Stacey's was established in 1929, and is known for its soda fountain, where you can enjoy handmade milk shakes, malts, ice cream sodas, sundaes, phosphates, splits, tin roofs and sandwiches. Self-serve cups of coffee are still only 10 cents a cup.

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Orange Beach Festival of Arts
251-981-2787
Coastal Art Center
26389 Canal RdOrange Beach, AL 36561
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http://obfoa.com .


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Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
251-928-9792
11300 Hwy. 98 W.
Fairhope, AL 36532
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http://www.weeksbayreserve.com .
One of the nation's 28 National Estuarine Research Reserves, this 6,000-acre protected shoreline provides research and educational opportunities as well as habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. The reserve features nature trails, handicapped-accessible boardwalk trails, hummingbird and butterfly gardens, and a pitcher plant bog. An interpretive center displays historical and archaeological exhibits. The reserve also features classrooms, picnic areas, and an auditorium with a seating capacity of 50. Reservations and guided tours are available.

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Melvin Roberts Cedar Street Park and Nature Trail

901 N. Cedar St.
Foley, AL 36535
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This city park features 3 baseball fields, 4 lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, a covered pavilion, playground equipment, and a nature trail with a gazebo.

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South Baldwin Community Theater
251-968-6728
South Baldwin Community Theater
2022 W 2nd StGulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://sbct.biz .


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Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club
251-968-8009

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http://www.peninsulagolfclub.com .


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Orange Beach Golf Center & Driving Range
251-981-4653

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http://www.orangebeachgolfcenter.com .


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National Museum of Naval Aviation
850-453-6289
1750 Radford Blvd.
NAS Pensacola, FL 32508
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http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org .
The museum and grounds display more than 150 restored aircraft and 4,000 artifacts representing the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation. Among the 291,000 square feet of exhibit space in the museum are an IMAX Theatre, flight simulators and Cuba Bar Cafe.

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Max Griffin Park

300 W. Roosevelt Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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This city park features 2 softball fields, a kid's park, playground equipment, picnic areas, and a swimming pool that is open to the public during the summer. In 2012, a Skate Park was added and is available to the public during daylight hours. 

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Holmes Medical Museum
251-943-1300
111 W. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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The Holmes Medical Museum is located in Baldwin County's first hospital, which served the community from 1936-1958. Many of the items on display are the original medical artifacts including surgical instruments, operating room machinery and a human skeleton. The interior of the museum is practically unchanged from the time it served as the area's first hospital.   <p style="text-align: center;">

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Kiva Dunes Golf Club
251-540-7000

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http://www.kivadunes.com .


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Lost Key Golf Club
850-549-2161

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http://www.lostkey.com .


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Gulf State Park Golf Course
251-948-4653

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http://www.alapark.com .


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Glenlakes Golf Club
251-955-1220
9530 Clubhouse Dr.
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.glenlakesgolf.com .
27-hole semi-private golf course designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge. Driving range with large tees, practice bunker, chipping and putting greens. Professional tournament service. Staffed by PGA professionals.Golf Shop features top-quality merchandise.

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Fort Morgan Historic Site
251-540-7127
51 Hwy. 180 W.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://ft-morgan.com .
Completed in 1834, Fort Morgan was active during 4 wars but is most famous for its role in the Civil War Battle of Mobile Bay. Union Admiral David Farragut damned the torpedoes and went full speed ahead to win the battle. The site includes a museum, fishing pier and bird sanctuary. Call ahead for hours and admission fees.

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Foley Sports Complex
251-970-5020
210 Cater Lee Way
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.foleysports.com .
Opened in 2009, this state-of-the-art facility hosts local recreation teams and is quickly becoming a hub for regional competitive tournaments like the USSSA Baseball World Series and the Alabama Soccer Festival. This 100-acre facility includes Raymond C. Christensen Memorial 5-Plex used for both baseball and softball, as well as the Ralph Schumacher Soccer Complex featuring 3 lighted fields. Two full-service concession pavilions, a playground and a scenic reflection pond make the Foley Sports Complex a great destination for all sports families.

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Dauphin Island Sea Lab
251-861-7500
101 Bienville Blvd.
Dauphin Island, AL 36528
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http://www.sealabestuarium.org .
The Estuarium, a coastal waters resource center, also features the Miss May May, an interactive boat exhibit, and a real time Weather Station.

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Disc Golf
251-952-4011

23004 Wolf Bay DrFoley, AL 36535
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One of the hottest new sports to hit the Alabama Gulf Coast.

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Foley Alabama Railroad Museum - Model Train Exhibit
251-943-1818
125 E. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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This 60x20-foot "O" gauge model train exhibit provides entertainment for all ages. The exhibit offers over 1/4 mile of track and one mile of wiring along with 84 freight cars, 50 passenger coaches, and a replica of the L&N Hummingbird.

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Foley Golf Course
251-970-1444
3901 S. McKenzie St.
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.foleygolfcourse.com .
18 Hole Golf Course

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Foley Skate Park

Max Griffin Park
300 W Roosevelt AveFoley, AL 36535
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Are you looking for two quarter pipes, stairs, two different grind rails, a hubba ledge and half pipe? Then visit Foley's 6,000 square foot Skate Park.

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Foley Depot Museum
251-943-1818
125 E. Laurel Ave.
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.foleyrailroadmuseum.com .
The museum is housed in the Louisville and Nashville railroad station built in 1908. Catch a glimpse into the history and culture of Foley and Baldwin County. The museum contains reminders of the days when Foley was a thriving agricultural center and the railroad played a major role in its prosperity.

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Cypress Bend at Craft Farms
251-968-7500

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Waterville, USA
251- 948-2106
906 Gulf Shores Pkwy.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
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http://www.watervilleusa.com/contactus.php .
Water park with the best slides on the Gulf Coast, plus the Flowrider, wave pool, lazy river, Shrimpboat Village, roller coaster, Nascart Go-carts, mini golf, House of Bounce, arcades and more!

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Blue Water Ships Stores of Alabama
251-953-4179
8103 S McKenzie St
Foley, AL 36535
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http://bwssal.com .
Blue Water Ships Stores of Alabama has been serving the Gulf Coast area for over 25 years.  We offer  a full line of marine supplies and services for every type of boater....cruising, fishing, sailing and kayaking. As a dealer/distributor for over 100 manufacturers, we are sure to have the products that you need.  We offer the latest in marine technology in both sales and service.  Our highly knowledgeable sales team is here to  answer all of your questions.

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Clara's Loom
251-943-2960
7518 Riverwood Dr
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.clarasloom.com .
Clara's Loom is the destination for textile lovers on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Clara's Loom offers yarn, travel looms, fibers and accessories made on site. Accepts: Visa, Mastercard, cash, checks.

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Tanger Outlet Mall
251-943-9303
2601 S. McKenzie St.
Foley, AL 36535
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http://www.tangeroutlet.com/foley .
Over 140 retail and outlet shops in one location.

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Blue Angels Practices & Autographs
(850) 452-3604 or (850) 452-3606
Pensacola Naval Air Station
1750 Radford BlvdPensacola, FL 32508
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The world-famous Blue Angels are based at NAS Pensacola, and can be seen practicing over the Museum most Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from March to November. Practices typically begin at 11:30 a.m.(Central Time), and last about an hour. Admission to practice is FREE and open to the public.* The outside viewing area for the Blue Angels practice is located on the Museum Flight Line north of the Museum. Signs are posted to direct visitors to viewing and parking locations, including limited parking for handicapped visitors. Bleachers are available for seating 1,000 people. Feel free to bring your own lawn chairs. We also suggest that visitors bring hats and sunscreen. Hearing protection is recommended for those people with sensitive hearing. Please note that backpacks, daypacks, luggage, or similar items are NOT allowed on the flight line during Blue Angel practice air shows. Small purses, bags containing medications, and diaper bags are allowed, but are subject to search by Naval Air Station Pensacola Security personnel.

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Wolf Creek Park
251-952-4011
9575 Wolf Creek Road
Elberta, AL 36530
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http://grahamcreekpreserve.org/wolf-creek-park/ .
Wolf Creek Park contains 20 acres and is located south of Baldwin County 20 on Hance Lane. Phase one of the project calls for a canoe/kayak launch, a fishing pier, directional highway signs, a gravel parking area, small pavilion and picnic areas. Wolf Creek Park is the perfect place to Canoe/Kayak, fish, bird watch, walk the trail, enjoy our boardwalk or have a picnic under the pavilion.

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BeachnRiver Kayak Rentals
251-971-8359
18743 Keller Road
Foley, AL 36535
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https://beachnriverkayakrentals.com/ .
Discover your inner "Huck Finn" with BeachnRiver Kayak Rentals. Captain your own "Eco-Kayak Tour" and explore still-water rivers. Experience kayaking from a shaded setting where you can experience tranquil solitude. Open seasonally.

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Swift-Coles Historic Home
251-949-5550
Swift Coles Lane
Bon Secour, AL 36511
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http://www.swiftcoleshistorichome.com/history.html .
This 6000 sq ft home began in 1882 as a simple four-room structure in the bend of the Bon Secour River. In 1898, Charles & Susan Swift bought the house and brought their growing family here to begin a sawmill and lumber business that continues in south Alabama to this day. They built a sawmill on the river east of the house, and although it burned in 1913, their business continued to expand. Eleven of their children grew to adulthood here, and the house was enlarged in 1902 and in 1908. If you are lucky you may get to see a spirit or two. Adults $10 Ages 6-12 $5 Under 6 Free

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