- Our list of the best things to do in Spanish Fort, Alabama, features the top 85 nearby activities — including 39 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Spanish Fort, AL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Spanish Fort, AL , followed by 72 popular activities in nearby cities, including Mobile, Fairhope, Daphne, Foley, Point Clear, Malbis, Summerdale and Theodore
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Visitors can see people flying kites and para sailing on the windy beaches from Village Point Park Boardwalk. The pier is largely used for fishing, but visitors are welcome to walk on it to view the scenery of the Gulf.
With an 80-foot by 170-foot skating floor, Hot Wheels Skate Center provides skate rental and games like paddle tag and wipe out. The center also offers air hockey, pool tables and arcade games along with food and drink.
Suitable for strolling or jogging, the boardwalk at D'Olive Boardwalk Park offers scenic views that often include alligators! The park also includes a butterfly garden, extensive green space, and picnic areas.
Located inside the former Daphne United Methodist Church, the Daphne Museum provides education to the public about the history of Daphne. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features many local artifacts and a cemetery.
Rock Creek Golf Club offers passionate golf players an 18 hole championship golf course, a bar with a fine selection of drinks and a restaurant. For the beginners, special golf lessons are held by PGA professional players.
Besides the ship itself, which is an important part of America's military history, USS Alabama Battleship can be considered a national park, since it has a large front-yard for picnics, cars shows and the likes, while also having an avionics museum.
The Battleship USS Alabama sailed for seven decades and currently is a floating museum. Exhibits include a World War II submarine, a Blackbird spy plane, Vietnam River patrol boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen.