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OWA Amusement Park Is Now Open!

For the past year, we have been waiting to hear these words:  OWA Amusement Park is now open! Located in Foley, just north of Gulf Shores, OWA is the newest amusement park in the Southeast. It rivals the likes of Six Flags and was created with the aim of providing affordable, family-friendly fun in Coastal Alabama.

2017-07-31T21:39:39-05:00July 31st, 2017|Gulf Coast Blog|

Cheers! A Tasting Tour of the Gulf Coast

You already love the beaches of Northwest Florida and Coastal Alabama. Now there's even more to love, when you take a tasting tour of the Gulf Coast.  Breweries and wineries have popped up everywhere as artisans bring their craft to the beach. Here are just a few you can't miss:

2017-07-27T13:37:25-05:00July 27th, 2017|Gulf Coast Blog|

Charming Kitchens in Destin Vacation Homes

When it comes to real estate, you’ve heard it countless times: kitchens sell homes. When it comes to vacation rentals, kitchens are equally as important. After all, you’ll spend your time making big family breakfasts and prepping picnics there. You’ll gather for meals and memories. Chef Daniel Bouloud said, “Kitchens should be designed around what’s truly important: fun, food, and life.”

2017-07-14T19:40:56-05:00July 14th, 2017|Gulf Coast Blog|

Orange Is The New Beach

When was the last time you vacationed in Orange Beach ? If you haven’t yet, you’re missing out on one of the hidden gems of the Gulf Coast. Orange Beach is tucked between Pensacola Beach and Gulf Shores. It’s becoming more well-known for events at The Wharf, specifically concerts. Upcoming concerts include Florida Georgia Line, July 14-15, Matchbox Twenty, August 18, Green Day, September 6, and Erich Church, September 16.

2017-07-07T18:05:57-05:00July 7th, 2017|Gulf Coast Blog|

Fourth of July Festivities at the Beach

Northwest Florida and Coastal Alabama are known for their military communities, installations, and attractions. Travelers flock to Coastal Alabama to visit Battleship Memorial Park, home of the USS Alabama. Meanwhile, Northwest Florida is known for the Blue Angels Flight Squadron and Naval Aviation Museum. On the Fourth of July, each coastal community hosts its own patriotic celebration.

2017-07-04T20:10:09-05:00July 4th, 2017|Gulf Coast Blog|