Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2682 South McKenzie Street
Foley, AL 36535
Phone: (251) 943-9100
Fax: (251) 943-9421
Pirate's Island Adventure Golf is a crazy golf club featuring 2 different themed courses (Blackbeard and Captain Kidd). The game gets tougher as you progress in the game and is filled with challenges. The beautiful landscapes and water bodies make Pirate's Island Adventure Golf ideal for a day out with your loved ones of all age groups.
Spread across 12 acres (4.86 hectares) of land, Meyer Park features a diamond baseball court for you to practice with your friends. This park is ideal for a day out with your family as this features sheltered picnic spot with tables for you to dine with your family. Meyer Park is a great option for a day out with your little ones as it houses a playground equipment for their enjoyment.
Lake Shelby is a freshwater lake and is a home for a variety of fresh water fish species. This lake is known tourist attraction for the fishing activities. Enjoy a relaxing day at the Lake Shelby spending some quality time with your friends as you catch some delicious fish for yourself.
With pristine white beaches and cool blue waters, the Gulf State Park is a great option to spend your holidays. Spread across an vast area of 6150 acres (2488.81 hectares), this beautiful park has a lot to offer. Unwind and relax yourself by strolling on their nature trails or take a dip in the water. Fishing is a major activity that takes place in the park and it is surely something you can try your hand at. There are a whooping 496 campsites on the park, which are modern and visitor-friendly.
If being around waters is your idea of having fun, then a visit to the Perdido Key State Park is must. Located near the Gulf of Mexico, this beautiful park has pristine white sand beaches and a variety of coastal animals. A great spot for summer recreation, the park is frequented by visitors who want to take a cool dip in the water, go fishing and just watch wild animals in their natural habitat.
Lost Key is a beautiful golf course located in Perdido Key. Replete with state-of-the-art facilities for golfers, this club caters to amateurs and professionals alike. The rates for playing here differ in different seasons. To know their prices and other information please log on to their website.
An exquisite championship golf course, the Perdido Bay prides itself as the former site for hosting Pensacola Open for 10 years straight. It was conferred upon the award of 'Best New Public Course' by Golf Digest, and is a favorite among many golfers. To know their rates, please visit their website.
Right along the border between Florida and Alabama, Big Lagoon State Park is a modest expanse of Florida wetlands containing an impressive number of endangered and endemic flora and fauna. Boasting nine distinct ecosystems ranging from tidal marshes to eerie woodlands, the park plays host to a number of endangered plants and animals such as the gopher tortoise and snowy plover. One of the 'gateway' points for the Great Florida Birding Trail, this humble lagoon park showcases a wealth of Florida's natural life.
The Great Florida Birding Trail links 500 bird sites along a 2,000-mile long highway trail. The trail consists of four areas, each with two or three "gateway" centers with exceptional bird watching sites and staffed information centers. The self-guided trail identifies sites with highway signs. Maps and informational booklets are also available. Check the website for trip planning information.
A beautiful green space, the Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park has a wide range of plant species that are known to be endangered. With a natural habitat that has so many rare animals and plants, makes it a great tourist attraction. Visitors can go along the hiking trails and and explore this wildlife or can simply go picnicking in the beautiful surroundings that this park has to offer.
Named after Daniel Morgan, a crucial Brigadier General in the American Revolutionary War, Fort Morgan is an important site in the founding of the country. Constructed to fortify the coast off Alabama, the current fort was erected to replace Fort Bowyer. Throughout its history, it has played host to American forces during important conflicts such as the Civil War, World War I and Spanish-American War. In 1946, the fort was decommissioned and handed over to the State. In 2007, it was added to the list of 'endangered battle sites' and restoration began in 2008. Today, the fort's museum, lighthouse, several batteries are open to tourists and fans of American history.
This non-profit foundation was established to preserve this parkland. It spreads over 1400 acre (570 hectares) and is used for various activities such as camping, picnicking and hiking. The Historic Blakeley State Park is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and is a popular weekend getaway among families.