Gulf Shores Surf & Racquet Club

1832 West Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36547, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 1832 West Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, is near Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Fort Morgan Historic Site, Gulf State Park, and Waterville USA.
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    Travel Blogs from Gulf Shores

    End of trip

    A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 20, 2014

    This was leaving day. I left Spanish Fort for my Grandmother's early in the morning. I hung around the house for a couple of hours then ate lunch with my Mom at a local seafood restraunt. If I remember the name I'll come back and add that. After lunch it was the long drive back home. And ...

    Animal Encounters!!!

    A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the little animals. Many of them you can feed for just 2 dollars a feed cup. Most of the animals would walk right up to you and eat our of your hand (no not the carnivores!) The birds, deer, goats, donkey's and those such animals were very friendly. Most of the big cats were hiding from us but the bear and the wolf both made an appearance.
    We had 3 encounters ...

    The long drive from Tupelo

    A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 18, 2014

    1 photo

    ... same time telling me my travel partners would be another 2 hours before they would reach our intended hotel.   I decided the best thing for me would be to sleep over at my Grandma's since I was so tired and meet up with them the next morning at the hotel.  We decided around 10 would be great.  And off to dream land I went. ...

    Forth to the Fourth Fort

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 23, 2014

    42 photos

    ... as the photos below may show.

    The most famous event at these two forts was the Battle of Mobile Bay, which you probably don't realize you've heard of, but which you probably have heard of: it is where Admiral Farragut is purported to have cried, famously, "Damn the torpedos, full speed ahead!" What I thought was most interested about this visit was the discover that he probably never said any such thing. The source of that claim is ...

    ALABAMA: CAMPING "CLUB MED" STYLE

    A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Jan 23, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... machines.

    Now that we have the chores out of the way, we have tennis, swimming, games, biking, hiking, volleyball, horseshoes, back country trails and boating from which to choose. All the roads are paved so walking and biking are popular.

    It's a huge, wide open state park. The roads are paved and RV pads are concrete. There are 2 lovely small lakes within the camping area suitable for fishing. The ...