ROAM OUR WILDERNESS
You could spend all day exploring Historic Blakeley State Park, the site of Apalachee Indian Village, 1820's riverfront town and the site of the last major land battle of the Civil War. Situated in the wetlands of Mobile Bay, you will enjoy exploring Meaher State Park with a stroll along the boardwalk that gives you one of the best views of the Mobile Delta. Adventure into over 250,000 acres of waterways, woods, wetlands, natural beauty and regional history at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center. With so many options, it may be hard to decide how to spend your day in Mobile’s great outdoors!
DON’T MISS THE BOAT
Enjoy dinner on the water while cruising along the Mobile River. The Perdido Queen offers a variety of dinner cruise choices and is sure to give you the best view of our Mobile sunsets. We take food seriously in Mobile, choose from a variety of restaurants to satisfy any cravings!
EXPERIENCE THE ESTUARY
The Estuarium at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab is home to 31 aquariums and a 7,000-gallon stingray touch pool. Visual and interactive exhibits will teach you about the fourth largest estuary system in the United States! While you’re on island time, visit the Audubon Bird Sanctuary, which is one of four top spots in the nation for viewing spring migration!
DINE AL FRESCO
No matter what you are craving … homemade pasta, farm-to-table or the best taco plate, you’re sure to enjoy a fabulous meal while dining outdoors in downtown Mobile.
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