Enjoying a wonderfully warm year-long climate with exceptionally hot and humid summers, Orange Beach, Alabama is a popular vacation spot. The city, located in Baldwin County, has a relatively small population of around 6,000 people but attracts thousands more at all times of year due to its stunning scenery, great weather, and beautiful beach, as well as the renowned Orange Beach Islands. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
2.Orange Beach Fishing Charters and Fishing Guides
Orange Beach, Alabama Fishing Charters
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More Ideas in Alabama: Kiva Dunes Resort in Gulf Shores, Alabama
A the Kiva Dunes Resort located in Gulf Shores, Alabama, guests can indulge themselves in their perfectly balanced vacation of fun, romance and adventure. There is no limit to the wide variety of ways that guests can fill their agendas for each vacation day, whether lounging on the sugar-white beach, taking a dip in the Gulf front Kiva Dunes pool, golfing on world-class golf courses or treating themselves to a massage at the Kiva Beach Club.
Rental Houses – There are a wide assortment of vacation houses available for rent for guests. Rental houses range in accommodations, amenities, number of bedrooms and number of bathrooms. Depending on the size of their group, potential guests can choose their rental house accordingly. A list of some of the uniquely featured rental houses available at the Kiva Dunes Resort can all be found below.
Piper – This charming rental house sleeps eight. Its floor plan is complete with two full bedrooms and two bathrooms, accommodating for all of its guests.
Seabreeze – With the capacity to sleep eight, this welcoming pale yellow and olive-green rental home has three bedrooms and three and a half baths.
Spare Moments – This three-level rental home sleeps up to four, with two bedrooms and two and half bath. It’s outdoor balcony space with white railing overlooks the majestic waters.
Yellow Submarine – Truly unique for its bright, bold color and stylish flip-out windows, the Yellow Submarine has the capacity to sleep up to five, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Weekend at Bernie’s Cottage – This rental home is distinct on the outside for its neutral colors and modern look. Weekend at Bernie’s Cottage has a maximum capacity of eight, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper level has an uncovered, outdoor balcony space.
Decked Out – This rental home is truly a standout for its coral color. Its maximum capacity is eight, with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
Aqua Sol – This rental home is painted a tranquil celeste blue with three levels, and outdoor balcony space on each level. Its maximum capacity is seven, with three full bathrooms and three bedrooms. Palm trees are planted all around the Aqua Sol.
Little Blue – Similar in color and stature to Aqua Sol, Little Blue sleeps up to six guests, with three full bedrooms and bathrooms.
The Beach House – This grandiose rental home with modern features comes complete with a pathway leading up to the home, front porch steps, and outdoor balcony space. The Beach House sleeps up to six people, and as three full bedrooms with three and a half bathrooms.
Little Heaven – Conveniently located in front of the swimming pool, guests can come back and forth as they please. Little Heaven’s location is also a short distance from the beach. Guests can take advantage of the children’s loft, as well as three full bedrooms and bathrooms. With unique features and luxurious accommodations, the Little Heaven truly is a piece of paradise.
Key Lime Pie – This rental home is famous for its top-of-the-line amenities, as well as its short distance from the Osprey Circle swimming pool and tennis courts. Key Lime Pie also includes access to a golf court that guests can use as often as they seem fit. This home is also minutes away from the private Kiva Dunes beach. Key Lime Pie has the capacity to sleep up to eleven guests, including four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The Great Escape – This four-level rental home offers premium amenities on each of its floor. On the main living floor, guests can enjoy an in-home cinema, kids area, breakfast bar, kitchenette, and front and back decks. Master suites can be found both on the lower level and third level. On the third level, guests can also find two additional bedrooms, laundry area, and access to another spacious deck. The uppermost floor is the true great escape, complete with views of the surrounding golf course and Kiva Dunes beach.
Beacon Hill – This rental home is a spacious 2200sf with the capacity to sleep up to ten people. Bed sizes available include two queen-size beds on the first floor, a sofa sleeper on the second floor and two king-size beds on the third floor. There are three and a half bathrooms. The Beacon Hill overlooks the famous 13th hole of the golf course, and comes fully equipped with the most modern amenities.
Hav’n a Ball – This rental home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and approximately 2300sf of space. Hav’n a Ball is located near to the tennis courts and the community swimming pool. This rental home can sleep up to ten people. Additional featured amenities include a jetted tub in the master suite along with a separate shower.
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Captain’s Quarters – This rental home was recently renovated and updated in 2018 and is an ideal location for families for its affordability and short distance to many popular attractions. The Blue Heron swimming pool, Alabama Coastline, and the West Beach walkover are all a short walking distance from the Captain’s Quarters. This home has the capacity to sleep up to twelve guests, with four bedrooms, and three bathrooms.
Sand Castle – This rental home is loved for its matchless porch views, close proximity to the Kiva Beach Club, and voluminous 3600sf. The Sand Castle is the premier location for summer beach parties, with its outdoor deck space and spacious kitchen layout. This home sleeps up to ten guests, with four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
Inn with the New – This rental home is a perfect place for families to lodge, complete with two master suites, a gourmet kitchen, and Jacuzzi tubs. Guests can find a queen-size bed on the first floor along with two more sets of bunk beds, a sofa sleeper on the second floor, and a king-size bed on the third floor. Inn with the New has the capacity to sleep up to twelve guests, with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Posada Collina – This rental home is unique for its location, situated on the corner of the Blue Heron Cove and the private Kiva Dunes beach area. The private Kiva Dunes offers the guests of the Posada Collina, sometimes called the “Beach Inn,” access to the over 3000ft of beach. This rental home sleeps up to nine people, with four bedrooms, and four and a half bathrooms.
Condos – There are also a large number of condos available for guests at the Kiva Lodge or Kiva Village. Guests can enjoy a spacious layout, with separate bedrooms and bathrooms for everyone and high-end accommodations, amenities and décor found throughout the condos. Guests can grab a bite to eat for breakfast in the morning before heading out to the white, pearly beaches or hitting the golf course. Each condo varies in room layout and design, creating a wide variety of unique condos for guests to choose from.
The Kiva Grill – The Kiva Grill is located in the main Kiva Dunes Resort building. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests are never far from the majestic Gulf and resort pool views. The Kiva Grill is also located a short distance from the recently redesigned nationally recognized golf course. The cuisine style at The Kiva Grill is Classic American. There is also a wide assortment of options available on The Kiva Grill’s menu, including omelettes, sweets, benedicts, salads, starters, sandwiches, and desserts. Smaller-portioned kids plates are also available for purchase.
Beach Club Restaurant – For a refreshing beverage or a quick grab-n-go snack food, guests can find just what they need to hold them over. The Beach Club Restaurant is a beachside restaurant for hungry, beach-going guests. Guest favorites are Taco Tuesday and Sunday Funday. Sample menu food and drink items include appetizers, salads, sides, entrees, desserts and specialty Beach Club cocktails. Frozen drinks, such as margaritas and piña coladas, along with beer and wine, are also available for purchase.
The Kiva Dunes Golf Course has long been recognized in all of Alabama as one of the best. The Kiva Dunes Golf Course was designed and developed by Jim Edgemon, alongside good friend and U.S. Open Champion Jerry Pate. Through experience, vision, and love for golf, Edgemon and Pate have created an unforgettable golf experience for golf enthusiasts nationwide. Ranked number one in the state by Golf Advisor (2017), the Kiva Dunes winding track is met with the breathtaking Gulf Coast backdrop. Pristine greens make memorable shot-making opportunities for all who golf its course.
Kiva Beach Club
Massage services are available for guests at the Kiva Beach Club. For a relaxing escape, guests can choose amongst a Swedish, Sports/Deep Tissue, or Neuromuscular massage. Guests can talk to massage specialists to determine which massage would be the best fit for them. Massages last one hour and require a reservation.
815 Plantation Drive, Gulf Shores, AL 36542, Phone: 866-540-7100
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More Ideas in Alabama: Southeastern Raptor Center
The Southeastern Raptor Center is located at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in Alabama. The Raptor Training Facility includes 24 state-of-the-art mews, or birdhouses, along with 6 training aviaries for the exercise and flight training of releasable birds. Since its inception in the mid 1970’s, the Raptor Center has rehabilitated and released thousands of birds of prey.
Approximately 400 birds arrive at the center each year from Mississippi, Georgia and Alabama. Injured birds are brought in by individuals as well as state and federal agencies through a network of southeastern rehabilitation groups. The majority of birds arriving for treatment are Red Tailed Hawks, followed by Owls. Eagles make up just 2 percent of the Center’s intake. Raptors that are unable to be released back into the wild live at the facility and participate in educational and training activities. The Center is home to the 350-seat Edgar B. Carter Educational Amphitheater, which serves as a venue for fall season raptor shows and other educational programs. Although Aubie the Tiger is the official mascot of Auburn University, the school uses the battle cry “War Eagle” and the fight song is similarly titled. The University has kept a live Golden Eagle on campus since 1930. Beginning in 2001, the Golden Eagle has flown un-tethered over the football field prior to the start of football games. On each Friday before home games, a Football, Fans and Feathers show takes place at the Raptor Center’s amphitheater. Shows last one hour and include eagles, hawks, falcons and other birds of prey who are non-releasable permanent residents of the Center. Jess and lure sets are specifically designed for each football game. Jesses are the cuffs that the eagle wears around its ankles to assist the handler in holding him, and the lure is used as a target to assist the eagle with landing on the field. Jess and lure sets are auctioned off after each game to raise money for the Center, and to-date the auctions have contributed over $20,000 to the rehabilitation of wild birds. Currently, the Raptor Center trains two eagles for the University, Spirit, a Bald Eagle and Nova, a Golden Eagle who is War Eagle VII.
History: The 126 year old College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University was the first in the southeastern United States. The Southeastern Raptor Center was founded in the mid 1970’s by Dr. Jimmy Milton at the request of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, who had brought six injured raptors to the Veterinary College. Together with the Dean of the College, Jimmy Greene, and Radiologist Dr. Greg Boring, Dr. Milton began the Raptor Center as a regional hub that would accept injured birds of prey. A small raptor barn was built, and later a hospital was added to this area. It wasn’t until 1998 that the unit had a dedicated facility. The Elmore Bellingrath Bartlett Raptor Center Hospital was made possible by a sizable donation from the son of its namesake. Bartlett’s son, Dr. Woody Bartlett, was a 1964 graduate of the Veterinary College. In 2002 facilities were once again expanded and the Carol Clark Laster/W.E. Clark Jr. Raptor Training Facility was opened thanks to a donation from Carol Clark, whose husband, Dr. Russell Laster, was a 1951 graduate of the Veterinary College. The renaming of the Raptor Center in 2004 dropped the word “rehabilitation,” thus reflecting the Center’s mission which equally values rehabilitation, education and research. Educational efforts are valuable for both students of the Veterinary College who receive hands-on experiences with birds of prey, and for the public. The educational amphitheater opened in 2005 for the purpose of sharing the Center’s work. Since, updates have included adding a paved road to the amphitheater and the addition of a Welcome Center that offers facilities to guests who attend amphitheater events.
Ongoing Programs and Education: The educational arm of the Raptor Center has educated children, churches and other groups throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee, and provides over 350 educational programs both on and off-site annually. The Alabama Power Education Initiative is a one-hour outdoor tour that introduces groups of 25 or fewer to the permanent residents at the Raptor Center. Presentations can be tailored to the special interests of the group. The facility is not open to the public outside these tours, and groups must apply and schedule in advance. Case updates and admissions status on birds at the Center can be seen on the website. Information online goes back to 2014.
1350 Raptor Road Auburn, AL 36849, Phone: 334-844-6943
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