Family Friendly Beaches in Alabama
A popular small white-sand beach with clean and well-maintained restrooms, showers, and free parking. Picture-postcard sunsets!
A long, quiet, and peaceful beach, just an hour drive from New Orleans, featuring soft and well-groomed sand. Close to bars, restaurants, hotels, and casinos.
A spectacularly beautiful quiet beach with sugar-white sand and emerald water, not crowded, plenty of parking, and all the necessary amenities in good condition.
People say this is the best beach near New Orleans... And after a short visit, we cannot agree more!
A nice sandy beach in D.A.R.E. Power Park on Lake Martin. Very kid-friendly, with shallow water and without cars, dogs, loud music, or dunks.
A long sandy beach perfect for relaxing. Public crabbing sites, great fishing, shelling.
A secluded sandy beach. Few people know about it, which is why it is a perfect spot for quiet romantic walks, thoughtful fishing or camping.
A nice little beach for outdoor enthusiasts, offering seclusion, quiet, and plenty of wildlife. Restrooms, rinse showers, and picnic areas.
A beautiful white-sand beach with interesting sea life and all the necessary amenities. Close to numerous bars, restaurants, shops.
A shallow beach within a short driving distance from Savannah. Nothing phenomenal, but easily accessible and convenient, with numerous restrooms and a large pier.
A convenient getaway place for families and couples within a short drive from Savannah. No clear water, but plenty of beach amenities such as restrooms, changing areas, picnic areas, concessions, and volleyball nets.
A quiet and peaceful river beach on Tybee Island with a beautiful atmosphere and a moderate tourist flow. This place is off the beaten path and features no amenities.
A pet and family-friendly drive-on beach, easily accessible by car. Entertainment comes down to classic beach activities such as swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.
One of the lesser-known beaches with a family-friendly atmosphere, basic beach facilities, and a long fishing pier. Blue but murky still waters. Good accessibility.
A huge 26-mile beach just 1 hour away from Houston, offering seclusion and beautiful views, Great for shelling, swimming, strolling, or walking a dog.