Orange Beach Area Information
Fishing and water sports are popular reasons to vacation in Orange Beach. You'll find an abundance of sport fishing -- including deep-sea excursions, inshore trips, back bay and surf fishing – as well as dolphin and nature cruises. Spectacular views of the gulf from condominiums and houses are matched by scenic vistas from properties located along the bays, bayou and rivers. Whether you're a boating enthusiast or land lover, you'll find this resort town appealing.
Abundant natural resources, treasured Southern hospitality, rich history and unique entertainment distinguishes Orange Beach, which began years ago when the community was a sleepy little fishing village, and continues now as a world-class resort destination.
Spacious, luxurious condominiums grace the beachfront stretching from Alabama's Gulf State Park to the island of Perdido Key at the Florida state line. Houses on the gulf, bays and river create a venue for family fun. Charming backwater properties provide amazing views of the bays, rivers and Intracoastal Waterway.
Explore a wide variety of family fun at The Wharf Amphitheater and the Ferris wheel, Wharf 15 Rave Motion Pictures, Adventure Island, Orange Beach Golf Center, Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail and 100+ charter fishing and dolphin cruise vessels. Distinctive boutiques, specialty shops, restaurants, marinas, boat launches, a pier, parks, nature walks, a canoe/kayak trail, a recreation center, a museum and spas delight the senses and create many reasons to return each season of the year.