Dauphin Island Beach
Sandy white beaches, giant water slide for the kids, and a walk-up tiki bar for the parents, what's not to love? Choose from two public beaches, both equipped with restrooms for your convenience.
Take a stroll through Dauphin Island's bird sanctuary. Over 420 different species of bird's have made this sanctuary their home at some point during their travels. Enjoy a peaceful walk along this beautiful trail while listening to the bird's sing. If you're lucky you might even see a gator!
-109 Bienville Blvd, Dauphin Island-
Cool off with a delecious shaved ice snow cone from our fovorite ice cream joint. with tons of flavors to choose from, you're sure to find something you will love. Don't forget to try their famous homemade pizza while you're at it.
-1614 Bienville Boulevard, Dauphin Island-
Visit the Dauphin Island aquarium. This is a great adventure for all ages. At the estuarium you get to view tons of sea life. Whether you visit for fun or for educational purposes, it's always a good time. Oh, and don't forget to pet the stingray's while you're there.
-102 Bienville Blvd, Dauphin Island-
Red fish, Black Drum, Jack Crevalle, White Trout, we've caught them all, and you can too! Enjoy a day or even an overnighter at Cedar Point Pier on Dauphin Island. Grab your gear and head on over.
-18250 Dauphin Island Phwy-
Best known for its role in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War, Fort Gaines is a great way to spend your day while soaking up some American history. Be sure to bring your cameras and visit the museum.
-51 Bienville Blvs, Daupgin Island-
Don't skip town without trying Ms. Fay's favorite breakfast joint. Pasteries, sandwiches, latte's and more, you have to stop by the Lighthouse Bakery for a delecious treat. Try Ms. Fay's personal favorite, the homemade giant cinnamon roll. Be sure to have them heat it up too.
-919 Chaumont Ave, Dauphin Island-
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