Alabama’s miles of inviting white sand beaches provide a beautiful contrast to the Gulf of Mexico’s clear turquoise waters. Parasail high above the waters for a bird’s eye view, go deep-sea fishing, or keep a watch for dolphins leaping out of the water–an incredible sight. When you’re ready to wind down, take in the area’s incredible wildlife, historical Civil War sites, and world-class golf.

Enjoy this family-friendly destination’s picnic pavilions, nearby shopping, water sports, or hiking and biking trails that let you explore at your own pace. And when you’ve worked up an appetite, some of the freshest Gulf seafood is yours to enjoy as you catch stunning sunsets at one of many casual outdoor dining and entertainment venues. Dinner and a show here can mean live music and cocktails with friends, all under a canopy of pink and lavender skies signaling the end of a perfect day and the beginning of a memorable evening.


White egret in the water during sunset at Gulf State Park

Gulf State Park

Along with two miles of pristine shore perfect for beachcombing, sunbathing, and working on your tan, you’ll find a championship golf course, beach pavilion, tennis courts, hiking trails and a 1,500-foot fishing pier.
Swamp in Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge

Natural beauty and a world of coastal wildlife are yours at this undisturbed barrier habitat, an important stopover for songbirds in fall and spring and home to loggerhead sea turtles, alligators and more.
Girl close-up in an arcade

The Wharf

Stroll Main Street and the Boardwalk where you’ll find live music, fine dining, and even a water park, plus the 10,000-seat Wharf Amphitheater hosting big-name entertainment and an 18-hole golf course.


Associate Resort

Club Associate Resorts were not originally developed by Bluegreen but are included in the resort portfolio to expand the choices available to Bluegreen owners in a variety of attractive vacation destinations.