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Alabama Gulf Coast, AL Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 20
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,600
Convention Center Space 19,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 18,600 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $109
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $216

Alabama Gulf Coast, AL Things to Do and Attractions

Alabama Gulf Coast Beaches

If the name of the area provides any indication, Gulf Coast offers miles of sun, sand and surf. Visitors will find plenty of places to lay down their towels and enjoy picturesque views of the turquoise Gulf waters.

Florida Point, located three

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Alabama Gulf Coast Golf

Arnold Palmer, Bruce Devlin, Jerry Pate, Earl Stone and Robert Von Hagge are among the golf greats who have designed the Gulf Coast region's 10 signature courses. On their quest to achieve that hole-in-one, golfers will encounter stunning scenery in

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Alabama Gulf Coast Shopping

Whether visitors want to pick up one of novelty t-shirts, seafood spices, candy or new beach gear, they will find suitable shopping spots on the Gulf Coast. Deep discounts on designer clothing are available at Tanger Outlet Center in the nearby city

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Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo

Now known as the "Little Zoo That Could," following a featurette on Animal Planet showcasing the zoo's thrilling recovery following its near destruction during Hurricane Ivan, this popular attraction, is home to more than 500 animals, including

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Fort Morgan Historic Site

Playing a pivotal role in United States naval history, the Fort Morgan Historic Site served as point of defense during the Civil War, Spanish-American War and World Wars I and II, as well as during the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864. Today, guests can

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Gulf State Park

With 6,150 acres of camp grounds, fishing spots, trails and cottages along with two miles of powdery white sun-dappled sands, Gulf State Park is the perfect place to enjoy the sea breezes of the Gulf Shores. Whether visitors want to hike and bike on

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South Baldwin Community Theater

Visitors can take time out from beachcombing for a night of lively performances at the South Baldwin Community Theater. From acoustic performances to musicals and plays, this charming theater has been churning out family favorites since 1972. Past

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Dolphin & Dining Cruises

Dolphin and dinner cruises allow visitors to relax and network all while getting to explore the area's natural beauty and wildlife. Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are home to several area cruise charters that offer group rates and special group

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Waterville USA

Splish-splashing fun is in store at Waterville USA, a 20-acre water and amusement park less than a mile from the beach. Visitors can hit the surf in the massive wave pool attraction Flowrider, reach new heights via the Screamin Demon ride, or even

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Dining in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach

Seafood is king on Alabama's beaches, and the destination offers a plethora of locations for guests to try fresh Gulf seafood prepared in a variety of ways. Many proprietors have catering and off-site delivery menus, making a good meal easily

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