Open to the public year-round, this beautiful family park is located on scenic Wolf Bay. Amenities include a 400 foot fishing pier with covered pavilions and seating, picnic shelters with grills, restrooms, paved walking path and parking. Lighted Kids Park with slides, swings and climbing areas. Perfect photograph opportunity with Wolf Bay as a backdrop.
The Backcountry Trail project is a collaborative effort between the City of Orange Beach, Gulf State Park and property owners along the trail's alignment. Historically, many parts of the trail were utilized by the area's indigenous peoples, as well as explorers and settlers of the region. The Backcountry Trail is steeped in lore and local legend. For decades, a creature believed to be part man/part wildcat --The "Catman" -- has allegedly lurked along the paths and swamps of the backcountry woodlands.
This shady 3/4 acre park allow dogs to have this own play area to roam unleased. Separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. Water stations and disposal stations on site. Benches available for owners.
The City of Orange Beach purchased the island in 2003 to preserve it from development. Today the islands are a sanctuary for birds & wildlife and is used by residents and visitors as a park/recreational area.
Orange Beach Canoe Trail For canoeist and kayakers the Orange Beach Canoe Trail offers the perfect opportunity to get out on the water. Ten designated landing sites are located along Wolf Bay, Bay La Launch, Arnica Bay, Bayou St. John and Cotton Bayou.
The City of Orange Beach is proud to install this 9 hole Par 27 disc golf course on a temporary site off Canal Road just east of Sportsman Marina and south of the Unleashed - Orange Beach Dog Park. Enjoy the amenity and respect the surroundings and neighbors! Located at 27920 Canal Road, 1.3 miles east of Hwy. 161, adjacent to "Unleashed' Dog Park.