1200 Shelton Beach Road
Saraland, AL 36571
Phone: (251) 675-5552
Fax: (251) 675-5567
The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is the largest golf course construction project ever attempted offering eight large courses. The New York Times calls it some of the best public golf on Earth. Green fee rates are $67.00.
One of the numerous trails that make up the RJT Golf Trail across Alabama, this one at Magnolia Grove is by far one of the most challenging and consists of multiple courses. All of the 54 holes are replete with natural elements like lakes, pine trees and an impossibly hilly terrain. Experienced golfers will have the time of their life at this trail. Call for details.
Public golf course featuring 18 holes of golf and lighted driving range. Green fee rates are $40.00.
Beginner and experienced paddlers will enjoy the half and whole day trips on the Escatawpa River that the professional guides at Sunshine Canoes offer. Rentals of canoes, kayaks, and accessories are available.
Ladd Peebles Stadium is one of the premier stadiums in Mobile that hosts major outdoor events like football. This more than half-a-century-old stadium also provides for place to hold significant events like high school graduations, car exhibitions, boxing matches, concerts by famous singers and performers and circuses. Ladd Peebles Stadium is indeed one of the most sought after places in Mobile to enjoy events at leisure.
A popular baseball stadium in Mobile, Hank Aaron Stadium, hosts Mobile BayBears—professional team that plays for the Southern League. This fairly big stadium stands for a capacity of 6,000. The stadium also hosts Hank Aaron High School Baseball Classic representing Mobile County and the high school teams playing from Baldwin County.
This 18-hole course overlooks Mobile Bay and offers golf carts, a driving range, teaching professionals, and golf packages.
The Spanish Fort vicinity in Alabama is home to a fine recreational park in the form of the Meaher State Park. The park welcomes visitors throughout the day and includes activities like camping, picnicking, boating as well as fishing.
Offering light tackle and fly fishing for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder and Bass. Explore the rivers, creeks and bays of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta or the flats & channels of northern Mobile Bay. Canoe, kayak and wildlife tours available.
This non-profit foundation was established to preserve this parkland. It spreads over 1400 acre (570 hectares) and is used for various activities such as camping, picnicking and hiking. The Historic Blakeley State Park is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and is a popular weekend getaway among families.
This 27-hole championship, Earl Stone-designed layout features rolling terrain, large undulating greens and scenic beauty, Par 72.
Isle Dauphine offers 18-holes, link-style course alongside the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Par 72. Open 7 days a week with an onsite grill. They feature weekend specials and on occasion live entertainment.