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A little bit of something for everyone.
New exhibits monthly begin with First Friday Artwalk through historic downtown Fairhope. Local art, concert series, fall/spring outdoor shows, classes, public art trail.
In-shore fishing with Capt. William Manci in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fairhope area.
More than 6,000-sq.-ft. of beautiful antiques. More than 30 dealers featuring antiques, vintage jewelry, art, vintage linens, gifts, golf and fishing memorabilia, and other collectibles.
Old burial ground for founding fathers and city leaders.
Home to the largest crepe myrtle (Alabama Champion Tree) in the South. Relax in the beautiful cobblestone courtyard, listen to music and browse the 12 unique shops.
Site of Senior Bowl practice. Indoor/outdoor designed pool. Disc golf course, tennis courts, baseball and football fields, gym, picnic area, playground,
Fairhope's "town square." A bayfront property with 1/4-mile pier, swimming, picnic areas, landscaped rose garden, benches, restrooms, marina, restaurant, walking trails and duck pond.
An exciting view into Fairhope's past. Photos, pottery, Native American artifacts and many Fairhope antiques. Single Tax Colony exhibit, fire station, and original house.
Side/boardwalk for walking, jogging and biking.
Enjoy day of shopping and fine dining in Fairhope, internationally recognized as "City of Flowers." More than 100 unique shops, cafes, and galleries await your visit.
Oldest Single Tax Colony in U.S. with information/photographs of early Fairhope (1894). Based on theories of Henry George.
Playground equipment, restrooms, picnic tables, lots of space to run. Kids will love giant dinosaur.
Fish or sightsee in the Tensaw Delta, Mobile Bay and coastal waters. Light tackle specialist, Orvis-endorsed fly-fishing guide. Canoe and kayak trips available.
Inshore fishing with Capt. David Rice. Specializing in trout, triple tail, redfish, and flounder. License, bait, and tackle supplied. Areas include Weeks Bay, Mobile Bay and Gulf Shores.
Guided tour experiences for groups taking day trips around Fairhope, Point Clear, Gulf Shores and Mobile. Tour mansions, explore Civil War trails, visit trunk shows and go birding.
Sailing, fishing, boat rides. See Middle Bay Lighthouse, catch trout, toast the sunset from deck of Mobile's official tallship, Joshua (72-ft. schooner). Vessels 22-ft. to 72-ft.
Housed in Marietta Johnson's 1907 historic school. Books, literature, art, artifacts, photos, exhibits and videotapes pertaining to progressive philosophy of School of Organic Education.
Oak Hollow Farm, Inc. has horseback riding, hiking, skeet shooting, hayrides, fishing, nature trails and a children's playground. Also, a party barn with karaoke and dancing on the 300-acre farm.
Select unfinished pottery, choose colors, paint your design and let experts glaze and fire.
Full service including pro shop, snack bar, driving range. PGA professional on staff.
Earl Stone-designed course features natural hazards and rolling terrain. Full-service clubhouse and practice facility. Golf Digest: 4.5 stars.
Park for little children is surrounded by white picket fence. Traditional playground equipment, bench seating, picnic tables, beautiful shade trees.
Interpretive Center houses displays of coastal topics with habitat models. Live and preserved animals, pitcher plants. Elevated boardwalks through swamps.