64 Best Beaches of Alabama (Page 2 of 3)
Popular tourist destination. Gets crowdy easily, so come early to grab a spot. Features a restaurant, bike racks, pavilions, playground and others. Wheelchair accessible.
Crystal-clear emerald water and a clean sand, perfect for Instagram photoshooting or snorkeling. Ample parking, located quite far from the beach. Well-kept facilities.
Nice white sand beach. Free parking, but it's hard to park in the evening. All needed facilities. Shop and restaurants are within a walking distance. No pets permitted.
Interesting place for families and couples. Visitors can rent comfortable beach-houses and have romantic evenings with a scenic sunset. Facilities aren't clean enough.
Quiet beach with scenic views, a great option for a long or a short stay. Lots of condos, shops and restaurants. Water equipment rentals. Clear and shallow water.
Good for a day-trip, it's rather for fishing and boating more than for swimming. However, some visitors do swim. Close to Bayou Park with its playground and wave pool.
Perfect destination for any kind of visitor. Kayaking, hiking, photographing, nature and birds watching are some of activities here. Cabins should be booked in ahead.
Family-friendly atmosphere. All necessary facilities. The beach has a list of rules, and you'll need to pay cash for some things. No animals. No lifeguards provided.
Family-friendly park with a splashpad and a water playground for children. Features a group camping and a conference room great for team building. Offers horse trails.
Park within the city limits, nice place for sport games, jogging, fishing. Modern playground and a fenced water play area, as well as a fenced off-leash dog park.
Giant sandy beach with options of camping on the beach or renting cabins. Bonfires are allowed. Only one store. Chilly nights and mosquitoes may be the only problem.