A Site One on the Internet Destination
Sights to See
|" We do not remember
days, we remember moments." - Cesare Pavese
The Gulf Coast is
inarguably one of the most popular areas of the United States. From the Cajun
flavor of Louisiana to the snow-white beaches of the Emerald Coast, there is
more to see and do than you could possible imagine. Site One has
dedicated this portion of the site to those area attractions. So if you live on
the Gulf Coast or plan a visit, be sure to preview the attractions here and
then go check them out!
Along the Greater Gulf Coast -
- A virtual tour of the Alabama Gulf Coast. Multimedia
presentation requires the Real Player to run. See Site One's
Tech Stuff section for links to download
- Perdido Vineyards
- Free tasting tours. Located just off of I-65 north of Mobile
and Bay Minette.
Blakeley - Alabama
- The scene of the last major battle of the Civil War.
- the Lighthouse People
- Bob & Sandra Shanklin of Fort Walton Beach, FL have
photographed all the lighthouses in the contiguous United States.
- Fairhope, Alabama. Located on the Fairhope Campus of Faulkner
State Junior College on what was once the campus of the Fairhope Organic
School, the museum houses artifacts, documents, videotapes and other items
gathered from all over the world to further the understanding of the philosophy
of Organic Education.
of the Americas - New Orleans
- Admissions, Maps, Information, Events
- New Orleans, Louisiana. Unquestionably the Gulf Coast's
largest and hottest zoo.
- Last Home of CSA President Jefferson Davis
- Marine Life Oceanarium
- Gulfport. Explore the fascinating world of bottlenosed
dolphins and the California Sea Lion. Marine Life also features educational
demonstrations and exhibits.
- Dauphin Island
- Dauphin Island, Alabama is a barrier island located 33 miles
from Mobile, Alabama, 130 miles to the east of New Orleans, Louisiana. Tourism
activities include fishing, camping, swimming and bird watching among others.
- Dauphin Island Sea
- Alabama's marine science and education center.
- Dauphin Island Sea Lab
- Fort Gaines
- Historic fort which guarded entrance to Mobile Bay during the
- Bellingrath Gardens and
- One of Mobile's greatest treasures, Bellingrath Gardens has
been host to countless fans of floral beauty.
- A partially reconstructed 1700's French Fort which serves as
the City of Mobile Welcome Center.
- Oakleigh Period House Museum and Historic Complex
- U.S.S. Alabama /
Battleship Memorial Park
- "Hero of the Pacific," now rests in Mobile Bay, available for
tours. Also, at the park see the submarine "U.S.S. Drum" and the B-52 Bomber
Around the Bay
- This calendar of Mobile Bay area events is brought to you by
the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce.
Centre Factory Outlet Stores - Foley, AL.
- Over 120 of the best outlet stores ever gathered in one
- Gulf State Park
- Located in Gulf Shores, Alabama, this park boasts a 2.5 -mile
stretch of white beach along the Gulf of Mexico. The park also includes 6,000
acres of marshlands, forests, and freshwater lakes. The park offers guided
canoe trips, canoe and johnboat rentals, swimming, bicycling, pier fishing, and
- Fort Morgan is located at the end of Fort Morgan Road from
Gulf Shores, Alabama, and is open to the public daily. View these historical
postcards of Fort Morgan, which, opposite from Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island,
helped guard Mobile Bay from Union Forces during the Civil War.
- Zooland Animal
- Gulf Shores, Alabama. Take a virtual stroll through this
up-and-coming zoological park.
- The Biophilia Nature
- 20-acre Biophilia Nature Center, Native Nursery &
Bookstore in Elberta, Alabama
- Sail the
- Enjoy sailing, swim off unspoiled shorelines, delight in
Key Chamber of Commerce
- A natural paradise lined with miles of unspoiled
- National Museum of Naval
- N.A.S. Pensacola.
- Built in the early 1800's to fortify the Pensacola Harbor,
this Fort stands ready to receive visitors looking for a piece of the past.
Located at the west end of Pensacola Beach, the area is also popular with scuba
divers, snorkelers, and fishermen.
- Located at the Pensacola Naval Air Station on 65 acres of
land, this restored pre-Civil War Fort is now part of the National Park
- U.S. Navy Blue
- Official web site of the United States Navy Blue Angels
- Naval Live Oaks - Gulf Islands National Seashore
- Located along U.S. Highway 98, the Naval Live Oaks area is at
the east end of Gulf Breeze. The Visitor Center, which contains exhibits on the
history of the area, is located on the south side of the highway. This
facility, which also serves as the Administrative Headquarters for the Gulf
Islands National Seashore, offers hiking trails and picnic facilities.
- Gulf Breeze Zoo
- 5701 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, Florida
- Information about Okaloosa County beaches (Ft. Walton Beach
- Miracle Strip Amusement Park
- Located in Panama City, Florida on Front Beach Road, visitors
can enjoy rides, thrills, and games at this amusement park. Closed fall and
winter months. (904)234-5810.
- St. Andrews State
- 1063 acres of sand dunes, bordered by woodlands and St.
Andrews Bay, offers camping, picnicking, swimming, diving, fishing, and
The Regional Scene
- Natchez Trace
- A scenic historical route along the Mississippi River.
- Jackson, Mississippi
- From Alligators to Zebras.
- State of
Alabama - Dept. of Tourism
- Alabama boasts a variety of attractions to provide the
- The City of
- Text Information about the park - where it is, park hours,
- Florida's official tourism Web site.
- If you're looking for the ultimate rollercoaster ride, this
site will tell you where to find it.