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Recent Gulf Shores reviews

  • Great View of Gulf!!

    "This is a beautiful condo with a great view of the gulf from the balcony!! We found it to be very clean and especially enjoyed the well supplied kitchen!! It is close to many restaurants, and has many activities going on in the vicinity. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again in the future."
    Guest: leo s. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: March 13, 2015
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  • Could not have been more perfect for our stay in the Gulf Shores...

    "My husband and I stayed in "Deb's" condo and it was absolutely perfect for us! Really made our stay at the Gulf Shores EXTRA nice! As others have noted, the condo is very quiet, well appointed and comfortable. Also especially appreciated - CLEAN! The view is soooo wonderful! We spent a fair amount of time just relaxing on the balcony. We loved the "keyless" entry as we didn't even need to think about who remembered the key :) Had everything we needed in the kitchen (even though I didn't cook - ha!), plenty of towels, comfortable bed, great TV to watch March Madness! and, yes, Deb is fantastic to work with! Wish our stay had been longer! LOVED IT!!!"
    Guest: Chan Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 24, 2015
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  • Very Clean & Excellent Location!!

    "I was impressed with the cleanliness of the condo! Very roomy for a family of four. Super deal for a week (beachfront) & excellent location. Everything worked, no stopped up drains! Lol! If we visit Gulf Shores again, hope to stay here again. Great parking, excellent shopping just 10-15 minutes away. Several restaurants & surf shops are within walking distance."
    Guest: Kristin S. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 24, 2014
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  • Spring Break

    "My family and I had an awesome experience. We loved the condo. It was out first trip to Gulf Shores and we were very pleased! I loved how close it is to the water and the convenience to all the local "must do's". The ownership couldn't have made it easier to check in and out and enjoy the stay!"
    Guest: Ben H. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 28, 2015
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Gulf Shores Travel Tips

The city of Gulf Shores brands itself as “Small town, big beach,” which is certainly true. While the population of this little Alabama town is only about 10,000, it stretches along the coast, offering both lagoon and gulfside beaches, which you’ll soon find are quite attractive.

Attractions

Gulf Shores is home to “The Little Zoo That Could” - Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, just up Gulf Shores Parkway, survived three hurricanes. Pay a little extra when you visit to get up close and personal with the animals - it’s definitely worth it.

For other non-beach fun, visit Waterville USA, an excellent water park just off Gulf Shores Parkway with an awesome wave surfing ride and a 55-foot tall, six-lane mat racing water slide. There are non-water rides here too!

Parks and Wildlife

The 7,000-acre Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge is simply stunning. Several endangered species make their homes in the dunes and flora here, including the Alabama beach mouse and sea turtles. Nearly 400 different bird species live or migrate here throughout the year, and if you’re lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of an armadillo or red fox. Explore the maritime forest on the casual, 1-mile Jeff Friend Trail, or take the more strenuous, 2-mile Centennial Trail to explore forest, swamp and dune landscapes.

Gulf State Park is another great option for a more relaxed nature experience. See beautiful sand dunes and lakes here or relax on the bone-white beaches. Take a stroll or bike on scenic trails - most of them are paved and have wooden lookouts over the marshes. Take the easy Alligator Marsh Trail along a little canal to see frogs, turtles and yes - perhaps even small alligators! Just watch out for the sharp Saw Grass.

Another great trail is Middle Lake, which starts at the Nature Center and winds around the 150-acre Middle Lake before meeting up with Hurricane Ridge Trail. You’re sure to see alligators floating in the lake during the summer!

Mobile Bay Day Trip

Head up the coast toward Mobile to visit Meaher State Park - a 1,300 acre park on the Mobile Bay wetlands near the city of Spanish Fort. Take a walk on the boardwalk to see the Mobile Delta in all of its glory - a coming together of the Alabama, Tombigbee and Tensaw Rivers, ripe with wildlife and beautiful flora. Then, head up to Mobile to climb aboard the historic battleship USS Alabama. The 680-foot ship spent 37 months in the Atlantic and Pacific during World War II, earning nine battle stars. It’s been in Mobile since the late 1960s, along with another WWII veteran, the USS DRUM. You can explore these vintage water vessels along with other retired military vehicles. It’s a true historical treasure.

Festivals

Gulf Shores is home to two must-visit annual festivals: Hangout Music Festival and the annual Gulf Shores National Shrimp Festival.

Every May, Gulf Shores hosts one of the largest and best music festivals around. Come to listen to some of the biggest names in music - everyone from Stevie Wonder to Ellie Goulding - and do it in style: right on the beach. After jamming out to your favorite tunes with thousands of other sweaty fans, refuel at the seafood tent with oysters on the half shell and peel and eat shrimp, or cool down in the Gulf of Mexico or on the giant inflatable water slide.

For one weekend every October, everyone in this little beachside town gears up for the Gulf Shores National Shrimp Festival, which starts right at the end of Highway 59 near The Hangout - a beachside staple in the Gulf Shores dining, music and party scene. Restaurants set up tents along the beach, vying to please the most visitors’ palettes with options ranging from gourmet shrimp concoctions to homey street food-style - all of it fresh. There are cooking competitions, live music, a children’s village and a fine arts tent as well.

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