Vacationing in Alabama
Head to a land of musical legends, rich history, Gospel choirs, and great weather. Alabama also boasts 32 miles of white-sand beaches along Orange Beach and the Gulf Shores, where you can experience adventures like parasailing, dolphin-watching tours, fishing and diving. Or bring your clubs and tee off on one of the many championship golf courses in this area. Nature lovers can spend some time hiking on the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail at Gulf State Park, enjoy a visit at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, or experience charter fishing. Whether you prefer water or land, you can find your next adventure waiting in Alabama.
Alabama Resort Attractions
At our premiere Alabama RV resort in Orange Beach, you’ll enjoy a luxury amenity package when you’re not out and about along the Gulf Shores.
Keep your social calendar packed with planned social activities and events at our 7,000 square lodge-inspired clubhouse.
Enjoy our all-age or adult only fenced-in swimming pool areas that include a gas fire pit and BBQ grill
Dedicated pet areas make it easy to bring your pet so the whole family can go on vacation.
Stay in your best shape at state-of-the-art fitness center facilities right on-site.
Things to Do in Alabama
Explore the many attractions that Alabama has to offer from the historical city of Birmingham to coastal fishing villages and soft, white-sand beaches.
Orange Beach & Gulf Shores
This area along the Alabama Coast draws thousands of visitors each year to enjoy the many attractions that include dolphin cruises, golf courses, fishing charters, incredible dining experiences all by the beautiful shores of orange beach.
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
Docked on the western shores of Mobile Bay, the USS Alabama is a floating museum of American history you won’t want to miss during your time here.
Gulf Coast Ducks Land & Water Splash Tour
Perfect for golfers, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is a collection of championship-level courses spread throughout Alabama. All you have to do is go “fore” it.
Rosa Parks Library and Museum
Visit the museum of the “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement,” in Montgomery and explore the tumultuous era and celebrate the life and legacy of Rosa Parks.
The state of Alabama is known for its gators, and Alligator Alley gives visitors a chance to view over 450 alligators from babies to adults by strolling along the elevated viewing platform. Countless other species can be found on this trail as well.