Things To Do in Point Clear, AL

Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail

This part of the trail is located at Lakewood Golf Club and the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa.

Fairhope French Quarter

Home to the South’s largest crape myrtle, this area of Fairhope invites you to relax, enjoy live music and browse the unique shops.

Landmark Tours

Make your way around Fairhope and take in mansions, Civil War trails, trunk shows and birding options.

Gator Alley Boardwalk

This half-mile boardwalk allows you to get a close-up view of alligators, fish and other wildlife. Please don’t feed the alligators.

Fairhope Municipal Pier

This bayfront property features a quarter- mile-long pier, swimming, picnic areas, a rose garden, restaurant, walking trails and marina.

Historic Blakeley State Park

Take a step back in time at the site of the last major battle of the Civil War where Fort Blakeley fell.

Five Rivers

Soak in the natural beauty where the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Apalachee and Blakeley rivers flow into Mobile Bay.

Oak Hollow Farm

Go horseback riding, take a hike, enjoy a hayride, fishing or nature trails. Oak Hollow Farm has a party barn and 300 acres of fun.

Eastern Shore Art Center

The site of wood-burning Pinewood Kiln, an Alabama Historical Landmark, the center features monthly exhibits and a concert series.

Point Clear Promenade

Take a walk on this beautiful bayside promenade and view 28 homes that are part of the Point Clear Historic District.

Beaches & Gulf Coast

Gulf Shores

Enjoy turquoise waters, sugar-white beaches, Gulf State Park and Fort Morgan Historic Site and Museum.


Rich with moss-draped live oaks, Fairhope offers boutiques, cafes, art galleries and panoramic bay views.

Orange Beach

Discover miles of white-sand beaches, bustling night life, Adventure Island, deep-sea fishing and The Wharf.

Dauphin Island

This relaxed island is known for bird watching, historic Fort Gaines and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.

Top 10 Gulf Coast Experiences

Charter a fishing boat

No trip to the Gulf Coast is complete without hitting the open water. There’s something for everyone, from dolphin spotting to saltwater fishing.

Visit The Wharf

Explore this 220-acre resort on the Intracoastal Waterway. You’ll find stylish accommodations, shopping, dining, a spa, marina, private golf course and more.

Bird-watch on Dauphin Island

One of the top four locations in North America for viewing spring bird migrations, this sanctuary consists of 137 acres of maritime forests, marshes and dunes.

Shop in Fairhope

Home to the largest crape myrtle in the South, the charming, laid-back town of Fairhope has plenty of unique shops and gorgeous scenery to enjoy.

Explore Fort Morgan

Roam the grounds of historic Fort Morgan and see history come to life through reenactments, candlelit tours and a variety of other programs offered for all ages.

Enjoy fresh Gulf seafood

Alabama’s Gulf Coast is packed to the gills with amazing seafood restaurants that bring you the catch of the day and the best of the bay.

Play on the RTJ Golf Trail

Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, a collection of 468 holes at 11 sites, stretches from Muscle Shoals to Mobile and every corner in between.

Discover the Gulf Coast Exploreum

Visitors of all ages can discover science and adventure through the exhibits and IMAX films offered at this museum in downtown Mobile.

Tour Bellingrath Gardens

There is always something blooming in the gardens of this 65-acre estate that features a 15-room museum home and bayou boardwalk.

See the USS Alabama

Explore the mighty battleship, winner of nine battle stars in World War II, at one of America’s most impressive military parks. 

Source: The Official Travel Site of Alabama,