Gulf Shores

Population: 11,358


Elementary: Gulf Shores Elementary

Middle: Gulf Shores Middle School

High: Gulf Shores High School

Secondary Education:

Points of Interest: Lagoon Pass, Public Beaches

Popular Attractions: Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Waterville, The Track, Fort Morgan, The Hangout, Lulu’s, Hangout Festival, Shrimp Festival, Gulf State Park

Stunning white sand beaches, turquoise waters, friendly locals, fantastic food options - these are just a few of the reasons why Gulf Shores has become such a sought-after destination for many looking to make the Alabama Coast their home. Gulf Shores is surrounded by beautiful bodies of water in every direction, making it a paradise for boating, fishing, watersports, or relaxing to the sound of waves upon the pristine shores. Gulf State Park, one of the staples of Gulf Shores, offers over 6,500 acres of possibilities including hiking, camping, nature walks, wildlife, and backcountry trails. Add that to the massive 7,157-acre Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, and you have the ideal setting for any outdoor enthusiast. Tourism is alive and well as many investors choose to invest their money along the Alabama Gulf Coast. Gulf Shores is a perfect mix of families raising their families, along with hundreds of vacation homes and condos offering a top-notch vacation spot for families from all over the country. Gulf Shores also recently approved a new city school system that the community is very excited about.

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