City of Orange Beach

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       Orange Beach is a City steeped in history.  Indians, pirates, and Civil War soldiers inhabited the area at one time or another.  It is believed the City got its name from the orchards of Orange trees that once dotted the landscape and the beautiful white beaches. 

       The pass to the Gulf of Mexico was opened in 1906 by men with shovels to allow boat passage. Prior to its opening, boats had to travel east around Ono Island to gain entrance to the Gulf of Mexico.

      Present day Orange Beach is serene and peaceful and this tranquility is reflected in the pleasant living and natural beauty of the City.  It is often referred to as the "Gem of the Gulf Coast".
 
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Gulf Coast Largest Charter Fishing Fleet
The Charter Boat Industry in Orange Beach offers fishing both off-shore and in-shore and a variety of trips to choose from to suit your special needs. 
Lodging
The abundance of water that surround the City of Orange Beach afford the visitor a wide selection in rentals.  From camping to high rise condominiums, on the bay side or on the Gulf of Mexico, there is something for everyone.
Dining
A superb selection of cuisine's can be found in the variety of dining establishments in Orange Beach.  Whether it is seafood, Italian, Mexican,
or somewhere in between, the City has ample selection to choose from.
Recreation and Sportsplex Schedules
The new sportsplex is complete and has many scheduled events coming up.    Please check the link and attend some of these sporting events.  
Specialty Shops and Local Attractions
The City has a wide selection of specialty and gift shops to satisfy any shoppers need.   Orange Beach also has its own Indian and Sea Museum, where visitors may visit and learn the history of Orange Beach and its settlers.
 

 
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Last modified: June 18, 2001