Pensacola is home for the Blue Angels exhibition flying team. The base also houses the National Museum of Naval Aviation where kids of all ages can take test flights in cockpit trainers and explore the seven-story, glass-and-steel atrium where the Blue Angels A-4 Skyhawks are showcased. The 16th Century Spanish Fort Barrancas and Survival Training Museum are also on the Naval Air Station. Learn more about the U.S. Naval Air Station online.
A self-guided walking tour. You will enjoy an abundance and array of colors, fragrance and scenic views at Bellingrath Gardens. A 65 acre garden estate is in full bloom with camellias in the winter, azaleas in the spring, roses in the summer, chrysanthemums in the autumn and Magic Christmas in Lights during the holiday season. Visit the Bellingrath Gardens online.
Great location for visiting northwest Florida and Alabamas Gulf Coast. Convenient to natural beauties, historic homes, fantastic fishing and canoeing that offers an insiders look at many treasured areas.
Quiet, peaceful, country setting with shady, pull-thru campsites. Tired of hearing the road noise or trains? You won't hear it here, but you will hear the birds, and you might see a dolphin from our lighted fishing pier....
Displayed in a 100-acre park dedicated to Alabama veterans. Cruises with narration about harbor operations, Civil War history and local battles leave from park docks. Located one hour from campground in Mobile, Alabama.
When visiting Mobile this is a must-see with its 65 landscaped areas bursting with colorful azaleas in late winter and early spring, roses in summer and chrysanthemums in fall and winter. Specialty gardens and displays offer visual delights.
See Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge with 4,500 acres of sand dunes, woodlands and wildlife. Its also a great spot for deep-sea fishing. The charters offer sunset cruises as well as full and half-day trips boasting bountiful catches or you can try to catch par on the areas abundant golf courses.
Located north of Pensacola. This creates the border between Florida and Alabama and flows into Perdido Bay. This is a premier canoeing river with easy paddling over clear water with a sandy white bottom.
Located south of Pensacola, with its nature and bike trails and good offshore diving. The fort was used to protect the harbor during the Civil War.