- TripBuzz found 104 things to do with kids in or near Fairhope, Alabama, including 90 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gulf Shores, Mobile, Spanish Fort and Daphne.
- From Crooked Hook Charters to Fairhope Municipal Pier, the Fairhope area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Fishing, Dog Park and Farms & Ranches.
- Situated along the shores and cliffs of Mobile Bay, Fairhope, AL has views, water sports, and a number of other activities to enjoy. During the 'Jubilee,' water critters such as blue crab, eels, flounder, and sting rays can be found in the shallow water on the Mobile Bay Shore and visitors and locals have easy access to catch dinner.
Fairhope Municipal Pier is a great place to go and sit and relax or walk out to the end of to watch the beautiful sunsets over the Mobile Bay. Fairhope is often referred to as the jewel of the Eastern Shore and still retains much of its original small-town ambiance.
Point Clear Fishing Adventures is a guided fishing charter trip company that specializes in Trout fishing in Mobile By. The company also offers tours of the Blakely River, the Tensaw River, and the Raft River.
Weeks Bay is a government protected wildlife reserve that encompasses more than 6,000 acres of tidal and forested wetlands within the greater Mobile Bay estuarine. There is a small museum and a great board walks through the wetlands.
Situated on two acres, Fairhope Dog Park provides an off-leash canine recreation area with a separate field for small dogs. The park features dog waste bags with collection stations, drinking water, shaded areas and benches.
The revolutionary educator Marietta Johnson is the focus of the Marietta Johnson Museum that contains artifacts about her life and work. She founded a unique school in 1907 that was even endorsed by John Dewey.
Fairhope Avenue is the main shopping area in this picturesque resort town where you can find a charming flower filled downtown shopping district, filled with art galleries, restaurants, over 80 unique shops and an abundance of public art, and places to stop and get coffee or a drink.