- The list below includes 87 free or cheap things to do in or near Fairhope, Alabama, including 53 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Fishing, Art Gallery and Arts Centers.
- From Fairhope Municipal Pier to Weeks Bay, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fairhope and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mobile, Gulf Shores, Daphne and Foley.
Consisted from 27 historical properties, the Historic Pensacola Village has 2 museums and an archeological site, among others. Their aim is to preserve and educate the visitors about west Florida culture.
Soft sand and salty sea water are just a couple of the features found at Bayview Dog Beach. Dogs can run off leash in a safe, fenced environment, while their owners can enjoy shaded picnic areas and scenic waterfront views.
A busy park in Gautier, Shepard State Park offers an array of recreational, outdoor activities. Scenic with a variety of plants and flowers, it is perfect for watching and observing wildlife. It further offers campgrounds, disc golf and biking trails.
Family owned and operated, Magnolia Framing & Art Gallery offers visitors a wide array of art-related products and services. The gallery sells paintings, sculptures, and decorative art, including pottery, and offers framing services.
The 155-acre Shoreline Park is divided into two regions. The North offers a recreation center for indoor activities and outdoor space dedicated to a variety of sports. The South has a boat ramp, nature trails and picnic tables.
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314 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 MoreLess Info
Coastal Paddle Company offers Stand Up Board lessons and rentals to residents and visitors of Gulf Breeze. The company provides boarders with the tools and skill necessary to board through the waters whether for recreation or fitness.
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7200 Crane Lane, Gautier, MS MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge can see the remaining 110 birds of this breed known to exist in the world. Visitors can also see the largest expanse of wet pine savanna that is also endangered.
Ideal for tourists with an interest in ecology and the environment, Eco-Tours of Mississippi offers both paddle and kayak trips along the Pascagoula River. Other tours include trips to the coastal barrier islands.