It’s holiday season and we couldn’t be happier! When we sit around hoping to digest Thanksgiving dinner quickly so we can have another piece of pie, our family discussions often turn to Christmas and the fun activities that surround that holiday. On Alabama’s Coastal Connection Scenic Byway, there is always something going on to celebrate the season.
But what we want to talk about this time is what not to do on Alabama’s Coastal Connection Scenic Byway. These top five don’ts should be heeded while traveling on the byway.
Is it time for some spooky fun on Alabama’s Coastal Connection Scenic Byway? You’re in luck! Socially distanced Halloween thrills can be found all along the byway in Mobile and Baldwin counties.
October is a wonderful time to be outdoors on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Morning temperatures average in the 60s, the fall sun typically warms the days into the mid-70s, and the skies just seem a little bluer. So plan your fall trip on Alabama’s Coastal Connection Scenic Byway for an abundance of outdoor attractions to enjoy during this special time of year.
Wedding planning this year has been a challenge for the many brides looking forward to a traditional ceremony with a church full of family and friends. Some have been postponed, but others have decided to look for alternate ways to exchange vows, yet stay healthy.
Summertime on Alabama’s Gulf Coast is a time to slow down and enjoy the beauty of the area. Alabama’s Coastal Connection Scenic Byway provides the perfect start for a coastal vacation and forming special memories with your family. Pick one of our itineraries, or just strike out with our interactive map and enjoy the ride.
If you take a look at the attractions along the byway, you’ll find a multitude of indoor activities to escape rainy days and late summer heat.
Studies have also shown the beach is one of the best places to relax and relieve stress. We don’t need science to tell us we are more relaxed and happier when we are near water. Below is our list of five reasons the beach makes us happier.
We can’t think of a better place to celebrate our nation’s independence than along Alabama’s Coastal Connection. Start July off with a trip to Alabama’s coast and a beautiful drive along the byway. Plan a few days to explore and learn about our waters, ways and wildlife. And, of course, fireworks will be lighting the coastal skies July 3 and 4.
OWA is a fun destination just a short drive from the white-sand beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama. There you will find delectable dining and unique shopping options in the downtown area, Wacky Waters splash pad, 22 amusement park rides, and a great selection of midway games. Feel the thrill throughout The Park. Spin and ...Read More