The Gulf Coast, Alabama
Foley / Gulf Shores / Orange Beach
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The Gulf Coast of Alabama
Gulf Shores is a city on Alabama's Gulf Coast. Its Gulf State Park has beaches, trails and a pier, plus a golf course and a zip line over the dunes. To the west, sea turtles and migratory birds thrive among the coastal habitats of Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. Farther west, 19th-century Fort Morgan guards Mobile Bay. The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo offers hands-on encounters with lemurs, kangaroos and sloths.
Orange Beach is a small city on Alabama's Gulf Coast. It's known as a water sports hub. Located on Wolf Bay, Waterfront Park has a fishing pier and picnic areas. The Orange Beach Indian & Sea Museum explores Native American and fishing history. To the west, The Wharf is a shopping area with an amphitheater. The Backcountry Trail winds from the city through Gulf State Park's beaches in the nearby city of Gulf Shores.
Perdido Key is an unincorporated community in Escambia County, Florida, United States, between Pensacola and Orange Beach, Alabama. "Perdido" means "lost" in the Spanish and Portuguese languages
Foley, Alabama is a city in Baldwin County, Alabama, The 2010 census lists the population of the city as 14,618. Foley is a principal city of the Gulf Shores - Orange Beach –Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Baldwin County.