- TripBuzz found 100 things to do with kids in or near Gulf Shores, Alabama, including 74 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Orange Beach, Fairhope, Foley and Pensacola.
- From Pirate's Island Adventure Golf to Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, the Gulf Shores area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Mini Golf, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Recreation Centers.
- With the motto Small Town, Big Beach, its easy to see what draws visitors to Gulf Shores, Alabama. The coastal community features light, soft sand and water excursions to enjoy in the warmer months including fishing, boat cruises and watching the dolphins play close by. The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and the annual fairs and festivals invite tourists to visit year round.
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93% 95 votes
104 Cotton Creek Dr., Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
Cotton Creek at Craft Farms is a 7,000 yards18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. The sixth hole is believed by many to be the most challenging requiring the first shot to be hit over a water hazard.
88% 25 votes
26619 Perdido Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
Cool Change offers fishing charters for up to 17 people on a 46-foot boat. Common fish that are caught from the boat include Amberjack, snappers, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, and redfish.
70% 165 votes
217 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
At Souvenir City people can buy souvenirs from their time in Gulf Shores including swimwear, shoes, T-shirts, spread over 30,000 square feet. Visitors can also sample the fudge made in the store.
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.
100% 2 votes
115 E 1st Avenue, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
Blonde John's Surf & Skate features a wide array of surf boards, skateboards, skim boards, and related gear, apparel, accessories, and accoutrements. The shop spans more than 10,000 square feet.
60% 10 votes
401 E Beach Blvd, Behind Seawind Condominiums, Gulf Shores, AL 36542 MoreLess Info
With Perdido Key Parasail, visitors can soar up to 800 feet in the air with a birds eye view of the surrounding coast. The company also offers 15 minute banana boat rides and jet ski rentals.
98% 199 votes
4700 Main Street Unit G-114, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
The Gulf Adventure Center has moved from Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores to The Wharf in Orange Beach, AL. We anticipate opening in early September with taller towers, longers zips, and new adventures!
100% 28 votes
17424 Swift Coles Lane, Bon Secour, AL MoreLess Info
Built in 1882, the Swift-Coles Historic Home has 16 rooms and used to hold the Charles Swift Family. In the 1970s, it was purchased by Nick Coles before granted to the county as a historic site open to the public.
73% 3036 votes
23101 Canal Rd, Orange Beach, AL MoreLess Info
There are plenty of things to be done at The Wharf: restaurants and shops, playgrounds and an amphitheatre, a marina, and special events all around the year.
90% 21 votes
23299 Wharf Lane, Orange Beach, AL 36561 MoreLess Info
With mini golf, sky rail zip lines, and two sky rail rope courses, Sharky's Family Adventurous Park is a must for adrenaline pumping fun. The rope courses are 32 feet tall and have zip lines over 70 feet long.