What to do in Orange Beach
Orange Beach offers many opportunities to enjoy nature, sports, and nightlife as well. There are several miles of pristine beaches which offer access to the areas various bays and bayous.
All this water means lots of water sports. There are dolphin and whale tours, deep sea fishing excursions, parasailing or windsurfing, all at your fingertips. The Wharf also features the tallest Ferris Wheel in the southeast, at 112 feet, and its very own amusement park, Adventure Island, a family favorite. Orange beach features a number of excellent golf courses by the beach, The Gulf Coast Golf Center, a water park (Waterville USA), and a zoo (Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo). The location is ideal for hiking and nature lovers as well. There are bayou tours by boat or by helicopter, and the popular Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail, as well as other options for shady hikes around the area.
Where to eat
No vacation is complete without a family feast, or several, and every location needs its fair share of fine dining to be fully enjoyed. Orange Beach has excellent dining options for all tastes and occasions. The place to be for a breezy dinner with live music and great food is Cosmo's Restaurant and Bar, it has plenty of outside seating, a lovely beachside breeze and local entertainment at night. To enjoy a feast of fantastic Cajun seafood and a charming view of the beach, check out Fisher's at Orange Beach Marina.
A local favorite is The Gulf at nearby Perdido Pass, overlooking the bridge that leads to Florida to the west and a long stretch of beach to the south. Great food and views of boats sailing in and out of the pass makes for a very nice night.
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