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The Orange Beach Islands

Gulf Shores-Orange Beach, Alabama

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Apr 17 ~ Apr 23
The Orange Beach Islands is a world-class destination comprised of a chain of islands all located within a short distance of each other. This growing tourist destination features scenic beaches for optimal fun in the sun and exceptional attractions for the whole family.

The Orange Beach Islands Visitors Guide

The Orange Beach Islands is a popular fishing and boating destination that attracts thousands of tourists and residents each year. The Orange Beach Islands are great for lounging on the beach, watersports, and other activities. Also known as the Islands of Perdido Pass, the islands include Gilchrist Island, Bird Island, Robinson Island, and Walker Island. On Gilchrist Island, you’ll see an array of exquisite bird species and marine animals while on Bird Island, you’ll see an abundance of protected fauna and flora such as Wading Herons and Terns.

Robinson Island was purchased by Orange Beach in 2003 and is the most popular out of the islands. Used for recreational purposes by tourists and locals alike, hundreds of boaters flock to the island on holidays such as Memorial Day and Independence Day. Since Walker Island is smaller than the neighboring islands, it serves as a scenic stop more than destination that fills your entire day. You can access the islands by kayak, boat, paddleboard, or other watercraft.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the hours of operation for Orange Beach Islands?

There is no open or closed time at Orange Beach Islands. The most popular time to visit is from 10 am to 4 pm.

2. Can I swim to the islands?

It’s not recommended to to swim to the islands due to strong currents and heavy boat traffic.

3. Can I bring my dog to the islands?

Dogs are restricted at the islands.

4. Are all four islands public?

Walker Island, Bird Island, and Robinson Island are owned by the city or state, and are open to the public. Gilchrist Island is still privately owned and is not accessible to the public.

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