Living and playing on the water is our way of life in Mobile and after visiting, you will soon understand why.

With so many options, it may be hard to decide how to spend a day in Mobile's great outdoors. The area is home to the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, the largest river delta and wetland in Alabama and one of the largest in the country. In fact, there are not many places in the world that hold the eco-diversity of the bayous, bays and beaches of Mobile.

From kayaks and canoes to airboats and fishing tours, there are numerous ways to roam
this wilderness. If you're looking for a chance to enjoy and explore nature, head over to 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center or the Dauphin Island Sea Lab and Estuarium. And if you want some exercise along with your experience, Gulf and Meaher state parks boast an array of trails for you to meander.






Chocolate! The Exhibition

Beginning Saturday, September 26, 2015, the Gulf Coast…more
Sep 26 – Jan 17

El Galeon Docks in Mobile

El Galeon, a full-scale replica of a 16th Century Spanish…more
Nov 20 – Nov 29

Outsider Art from the Collection of MMofA

A selection of works by contemporary self-taught Southern…more
Aug 4 – Jan 3

Riverside Ice Presented by Airbus Group

Skate across the ice in downtown Mobile! Enjoy a beautiful…more
Nov 14 – Jan 12

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