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What Southerners have always known, and others are quickly finding out, is there is something special about the Southeastern Gulf Coast. Maybe it is the natural beauty, beautiful beaches, great food, and the abundance of activities that draw millions of vacationers to its area each year. What ever the reason is, there is something for everyone along the Gulf Coast. ....There are three distinctive parts of Alabama’s Gulf Coast: Mobile, Eastern Shore, and Gulf Shores. Mobile, at 300 years old, is Alabama’s oldest city, and it is said that Mobile hosted the first known Mardi Gras celebration. Home to stately mansions and beautiful gardens...The sugar white beaches along this stretch of 32 miles are different from Florida’s, as you will not find amusement parks or other large attraction. The focus here is on the beach itself. Beaches can be found in Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, and Fort Morgan. Alabama Coast is also popular for bird watching...read more>>


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Gadsen, Alabama
Are you looking for a great place to retire to, a great place to live or heck, maybe just a really neat place to visit?

Gadsden Alabama is just such a place.

One of the things that makes Gadsden so attractive is the low cost of living and it’s locality to bigger cities.

So just where is Gadsden? We’re located in Northeast Alabama in Etowah county. From Birmingham, we’re less than an hour’s drive north on I-59. From Atlanta, we’re only two or so hours away. From Chattanooga we’re only 1˝ hours away.

Gadsden has a mild climate, great school systems (The Gadsden city school system is completing a new large state of the art high school) , churches, restaurants, theatre, shopping and more....read more about Gadsen Alabama »


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Historic Highlights

A quick listen to area names - Sequoyah and Noccalula, for instance - hints at the influence of Native Americans whose heritage here is thick. Evidence of their having called the land their home remains in places like the Indian Mound in Florence (yes, you can scale it and even have a picnic on top) and the statue to an Indian maiden near Gadsden.

There are historic towns, including Mooresville which is older than the state itself. EarlyWorks, which includes the Alabama Constitution Village, is the place where history comes alive as carpenters and homemakers recreate what life was like when Alabama gained its statehood.

The early 19th century has left its mark on this region where cotton once was king, ante-bellum wealth was abundant and a civil war left its scars....read more>>


Outdoor Sports

If you enjoy the wind in your hair, a big blue sky overhead and the promise of adventure before you, then you'll find the Alabama Mountain Lakes region a dream come true. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this area attracts lovers of outdoor recreation.

The mighty Tennessee River, often known as the Smallmouth Bass Capital of the World, runs through the heart of the Mountain Lakes district. Anglers consistently catch smallmouth weighing 4 to 6 pounds each year-round on the river...read more>>


Gulf Shores Alabama
When searching for the perfect place to relax along the banks of a stunning body of water, consider the numerous opportunities for excitement and entertainment that Gulf Shores, Alabama has to offer. With its gorgeous expanses of sand and abundance of outdoor pursuits that are sure to keep the entire family occupied for the duration of your trip, you simply cannot go wrong with a vacation to beautiful Gulf Shores.

For those times when all you want to do is kick back on a pristine beach, head to Gulf State Park and take advantage of its majestic two and a half miles of shimmering white sand. Here, you can catch some sun as you lie on the beach with your favorite book or make your way into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico for an enjoyable afternoon of swimming. Those who want a more active day at the beach, however, can hike along the lush nature trails in search of wildlife or fish off of the 825 foot pier...read more about Gulf Shores Alabama


Alabama is an amazing tourist destination with so many exciting places to see and experience. Alabama is home to some of the world class tourist destinations.

Alabama is a state which consists of a wide area of beautiful terrain and sceneries. Alabama is an ideal tourist destination that offers a lot of beautiful places rich in historical heritage...read more about Alabama




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