OWA officials announced an indoor water park, 200-room hotel, conference center, and luxury, family friendly RV Park are coming to the Gulf Coast.
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Drivers will be relieved to know that the new Mobile Bay Bridge project is nearing approval and is expected to break ground in early 2020.
If you haven't heard about Build Your Zoo yet, then you are definitely in the right place! This is where you can learn about the construction of the new Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo currently underway and how you can participate with us in this exciting and vital community project.
If you travel to the Alabama Gulf Coast from the West, you are no stranger to the nightmare that is Interstate-10 through Mobile. However, the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Project will give much-needed relief to the traffic crisis.
Gulf Shores Rentals, Inc. is on YouTube! Get your fill of Lucky the office cat, Gulf Shores beaches and our beachfront condos and houses. Have a video or picture you would like to share with us? Contact us, and we will share it on social media.
On Oct. 13, Fisher’s Ocean Beach Marina, which already has two great restaurants, made the exciting announcement that they purchased Shipp’s Harbour Grill.
According to a new report from ALDOT, the construction of the I-10 / SR-181 Diverging Diamond Interchange is anticipated to begin early 2018 on a new interchange at I-10 and SR-181 in Baldwin County.
With a unanimous vote and a standing applause, The Gulf Shores City Council moved forward Monday, October 9th, on an “epic situation” by deciding to form its own city school system. The overflowing crowd that attended the Gulf Shores City Council meeting voted unanimously to...
In efforts to help the Floridian Evacuees, due to Hurricane Irma, we are extending an additional 10% discount on top of our fall free night specials. Gulf Shores and Orange Beach is located just one hour from Mobile, Alabama and about 45 minutes from Pensacola, Florida.
In August 2016, the Alabama Coastal Foundation received a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to establish an oyster shell recycling program for local restaurants! NFWF is providing the funding for this project as a part of the Gulf Coast Conservation Grants Program.