- TripBuzz found 122 things to do with kids in or near Foley, Alabama, including 115 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Fairhope and Spanish Fort.
- From The Gulf Bowl to Little Lagoon Guide Service, the Foley area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Theaters, Arts & Crafts Classes and Specialty Museums.
- Nicknamed 'The Forward City,' Foley, AL strives to provide a clean, green, and healthy environment for visitors and residents alike. With many events throughout the year, visitors will always find something to enjoy in Foley, such as popular tribute bands, local expos, parades, pancake breakfasts, geocaching events, and charity auctions.
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79% 91 votes
4673 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Offering daytime and sunset cruises is the Sunny Lady Dolphin & Sunset Cruise at The Wharf. The companies sunny yellow vessel takes guests on a tour of Orange Beach, offering beautiful sights of the surrounding coastline and dolphins.
86% 29 votes
Gulf Shores, AL MoreLess Info
The Alabama Coastal Birding Trail contains five different loops that can be driven together or separately to see the birds that live in the area. Those loops include the Gulf Shores to Orange Beach loop that includes stops to see wading birds.
87% 93 votes
25991 W. Perdido Ave., Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Cetacean Cruises offers a 1.5-hour dolphin viewing cruise onboard their 40-foot pontoon boat, and a two-hour dolphin and nature cruise that explores the swamps with plenty of time to see the dolphins too. The company also hosts special events on their 52-foot Hawaiian catamaran.
50% 2 votes
Gulf Shores, AL 36547 MoreLess Info
At Bodenhamer Recreation Center, visitors can take advantage of fitness and recreational amenities like a game room, heated pools, a gymnasium, tennis courts, and more. One of the center's pool has a AquaClimb wall install.
93% 2984 votes
20115 State Hwy. 135, Gulf Shores, AL MoreLess Info
The Gulf State Park has plenty of campsites on its site with all the modern amenities included, which can accommodate both RVs and tents. Also, it has many lakes and beaches.
100% 1 votes
308 Clubhouse Drive, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
Offering an expansive space for off-leash play and exercise is Gulf Shores Dog Park. Located near camping grounds, the park offers a safe, fenced in area, shaded trees and seating areas for dog owners.
96% 265 votes
Orange Beach, AL MoreLess Info
On the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail, visitors can walk or bike on a paved trail originally laid out by early indigenous people. Along the way, visitors can view wildlife and informational kiosks.
67% 45 votes
20115 State Hwy 135, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
Gulf State Park Golf Course is a 1970s Earl Stone design course set in a woody setting along with a pro shop. The course rating is 70.4 for this 6,100-yard course.
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1545 Gulf Shores Pkwy, Ste 269, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
Led by a fishing captain with 18 years of experience, Little Lagoon Fishing provides visitors with the opportunity to fish along the Gulf Shores. Inshore, near shore, and back bay fishing trips are available.
80% 1026 votes
1204 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
With programs such as the Zoo Camp designed especially for children, the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo is the permanent home to more than 500 animals, including lions, tigers and monkeys. It also has a reptile house and an aviary. Daily shows are programmed in each summer.