- Our list of the best things to do in Point Clear, Alabama, features the top 141 nearby activities — including 67 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Point Clear, 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 2 things to do within the city of Point Clear, AL , followed by 139 popular activities in nearby cities, including Gulf Shores, Mobile, Orange Beach, Fairhope, Daphne, Foley, Spanish Fort, Bon Secour, Elberta, Theodore, Malbis and Summerdale
With two 18-hole golf courses, you can choose between Dogwood course which seem a bit easier or the Azalea which is more of a challenge. Their recent renovation brings both courses at par with other well-known golf courses in the country.
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Punta Clara Kitchen creates treats and sweets like milk chocolate candies, traditional pecan candies, hot pepper jelly, fig preserves, jams, and Punta Clara Kitchen Cakes. All products are from treasured family recipes, made with quality ingredients and fresh local produce.
Being the largest park in Daphne, Village Point Park Preserve has a lot to offer its visitors. Besides the usual things to do in a park, in here can also be found The Village and its D'Olive Cemetery, the village being an old pioneer settlement, with a very rich history.
Salty Dog Paddlesports specializes in the new sport of stand up paddleboarding, one that combines surfing with kayaking. This company offers rentals, with a variety of equipment delivery options available, as well as training and even paddleboard yoga classes.
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.
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.
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's Christine Linson Gallery is an art gallery that features the work of Christine Linson, and artist who draws her subjects primarily from the Fairhope area and its landmarks. The gallery features prints and a variety of gifts.