Fort Rucker "Destination To Anywhere"
Located in Dothan, Alabama, Robert Trent Jones – Highland Oaks offers an exquisite golfing experience. The Highlands/Magnolia combination was named by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” as one of the nation’s Great Value courses. Click Here to learn more.
Dothan, Alabama is famous for its murals, which portray the city’s rich history on the sides of some of the most historic downtown buildings. See murals highlighting agriculture in the wiregrass, Dothan’s Johnny Mack Brown, a Salute to Fort Rucker and many others. All murals are located in historic downtown Dothan, all within walking distance of each other. Click Here to learn more.
In November of each year, The National Peanut Festival, the nation’s largest peanut festival, is held in Dothan, Alabama to honor local peanut farmers and to celebrate the harvest season. The festival is a ten day event with an attendance of 200,000 visitors. The festival hosts amusement rides, animal attractions, agricultural displays, concerts, livestock shows and a parade….and of course tons of PEANUTS! Click Here for more info.
Worlds Most Beautiful Beaches
Orange Beach/ Gulf Shores
Located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, Orange Beach offers miles of sugar-white sand beaches and access to the interior bays and bayous lying just north of Perdido Pass. Visitors can also enjoy a lengthy list of other attractions including Adventure Island, deep-sea fishing, Orange Beach Golf Center, Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Waterville USA and The Wharf. Click Here for more information.
Pensacola Beach is a Florida resort community on the Gulf Coast barrier island of Santa Rosa. White-sand beaches include Opal Beach, part of Gulf Islands National Seashore. Pensacola Beach Boardwalk has shops, eateries and, nearby, the Pensacola Beach Pier stretches into the Gulf of Mexico. Both are on the Pensacola Beach Eco-Trail, which spotlights local wildlife such as sea turtles. Click Here for more information.
Destin is a city in northwest Florida, in the area known as the panhandle. It’s known for its Gulf of Mexico beaches and many golf courses, as well as the Destin Harbor Boardwalk. Nature trails pass through the dunes of Henderson Beach State Park in the south, where the coastline is dotted with pine and oak trees sheltering wildlife. To the west are the tall slides, waterfalls and pools of Big Kahuna’s water park. Click Here for more information.
Panama City Beach is a waterfront town and vacation destination in northwest Florida. It’s known for miles of white-sand beaches fronting the calm, clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico. St. Andrews State Park, one of two protected nature preserves nearby, is bordered by the Gulf and has hiking trails and fishing piers. Pier Park is the main shopping hub and a venue for major events. Click Here for more information.