Beach House & Condo Rentals on Fort Morgan Road in Gulf Shores
If you like peace and quiet and the sound of the surf, you'll love staying on beautiful Ft. Morgan Rd. Several beach houses are large enuf for family reunions and others are smaller duplexes, perfect for a small family or golf trip. See Ft. Morgan beach condos are available too...just call for info.
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Fort Morgan Peninsula is a 22 mile strip of lush semi-tropical beach paradise in the Gulf Shores, Alabama area along the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico. Part of the Fort Morgan Peninsula is in the Gulf Shores city limits and a great deal of it is designated as Bon Secour Wildlife Reserve. The historic Ft. Morgan is at the very end of the state highway that runs the length of Fort Morgan Peninsula. This entire area is know for the outstanding opportunities for bird watching. There are some very nice walking and bicycling trails on Ft. Morgan Road. The ferry runs from the end of Fort Morgan Road to Dolphin Island. When it is running, (Hurricane IVAN caused an interruption) you can easily ride the ferry to see The Estuarium at The Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Mobile Bay Estuary & Aquarium.
Many people prefer a Fort Morgan Beach house vacation over a stay in the busy Gulf Shores / Orange Beach condo zones where currently there is still a lot of construction.
You can get the best crawfish and fresh seafood to cook at home or have them steam & season it for you at Fort Morgan Seafood--Print a coupon here.
Sun Place Else II Restaurant has some good seafood right on Fort Morgan Road 4 miles down from Hwy 59. Try to go at lunch time for their great lunch specials. They are one of the few reasonably priced restaurants that make nice broiled or grilled fish dishes with special sauces--try the Snapper Laffitte or Crawfish Creole Mahi Mahi.
Watch for the great Fort Morgan Nature Trails to re-open. Stop at the office at the Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge and pick up a map and leaflet. You will see the signs for the office along Ft. Morgan Rd.
The Mobile Bay Ferry has re-opened ! Always a nice day trip to ride from Fort Morgan to the Dauphin Island Estuary and back.