Beautiful beaches, authentic downtowns, wildlife preserves, historic sites and the freshest seafood you’ll ever put in your mouth are all yours to enjoy on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Visit the Coastal Connection to take in the natural beauty and experience all there is to see and do here.
Alabama’s southern tip is one of those places where even first-time visitors find a connection. Here, you’ll experience the link between the traditions of the Deep South and a more laid-back island lifestyle, between the wildlife of thousands of acres of preserved lands and the good life of a beachfront vacation, and between the gunships of past naval battles and today’s countless opportunities to enjoy our waters—including the dedication to conservation methods for the future.
Alabama’s Coastal Connection has much to share. It beckons travelers to make their own connection and to learn more about the waters, ways and wildlife of Alabama’s Gulf Coast.
At 1,540 feet long, 20 feet wide, and boasting 2,448 feet of fishing space, we are the second longest pier on the Gulf of Mexico and Alabama’s only public pier on the Gulf. Rates for fishing on Gulf State Pier:Adults/Children 12-older $9.00/dayChildren 11-under: $5.00/day or free with paying adultWeekly pass $41.00Monthly pass $81.00Semi-annual pass $161.00Annual pass $321.00Sightseeing $4.00/ all day. $3.00/ one trip