Come Visit Our Gulf Coast Beaches. They Are Beautiful!

Meyer Vacation Rentals is taking reservations for vacations up to 24 months out at 1-866-382-9635.

Meyer's Gulf Shores office is staffed with local residents who know our beach communities like the back of their hands, and they are here to share their wealth of knowledge on everything from their favorite seafood restaurants to must-do activities!

Or, start your search for your favorite property HERE.

Beach newFollowing the damages caused by Hurricane Sally, which made landfall directly to the Alabama/Florida Gulf Coast in mid-September 2020, public beaches have been repened, including all beach accesses and parking areas. Power has been fully restored.
For most properties, repairs are completed or are underway. Properties without damage have been thoroughly cleaned and are available for vacationers.

Gulf Shores restaurants are open.
Grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, dollar stores, medical facilities and restaurants throughout the Gulf Coast area are fully open. See a list of businesses and their statuses HERE.

Two new restaurants to try include Brookman's Smokehouse in Gulf Shores and OSO Early in Orange Beach, which serves breakfast, brunch, coffees and Bloody Mary's. A Sweet Secret Bakery and Cafe has opened in Gulf Shores and serves coffee, teas, breakfast, daily soup and sandwich specials, specialty desserts and custom cakes.

Gulf State Park is investing in several enhancement projects, including dog parks and a new playground with three areas for different age groups. Enhancements are scheduled for completion this summer. The newly renovated Gulf State Park Pier is expected to reopen the first half of the pier this winter. Updates are being posted to the park's Facebook page.

Face Coverings Required In Alabama

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's Safer at Home order currently requires the use of face masks in public when interacting within six feet with people of another household. Children 6 years of age or younger are exempt from this requirement.

The governor and local municipalities have assured that masks are not required on the beach as long as a six-foot distance can be maintained between household groups.

Restaurants and bars no longer have to limit the number of patrons they seat at tables.