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Alabama Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up Alabama, please click on a location for more information.

Southern hospitality is a tradition in Alabama, be it from the sandy beaches and endless waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the winding rivers and rocky mesas of the Cumberland Plateau. You'll find fields of snow white cotton and peanuts, along with the bustling city of Montgomery in the heart of the state. Alabama was admitted into the Union in 1819 as the 22nd state and the elegant antebellum mansions and historical civil war monuments will take you back to those simpler times and show you the beauty of the Heart of Dixie.

An abundance of state parks preserving untouched woodlands and Native American lands are a fantastic place to start your adventure and are always close to numerous Alabama vacation rentals. The Bald Rock Nature Trail at Cheaha State Park has scenic views of the foothills that were once the birthright of the Creek Indians and is close to many vacation homes in Alabama.

Alabama Condo Rentals on the Gulf of Mexico

After visiting the peaceful woodlands of Northern Alabama, the Alabama condo rentals on the stunning Southern gulf coast will take you to a completely different world. You'll want to take a nap on the cushy sugar sands of the pristine Gulf Coast that lie just outside your inviting Alabama resort. If you're seeking more excitement, headlining bands frequent venues like the Amphitheater at the Wharf at Orange Beach, Alabama.

Enjoy the numerous annual events that are held in the Gulf Shores area while you're on your memorable Alabama vacation. If you're visiting the area in October, check out the Annual National Shrimp Festival, one of the nation's most sizable outdoor festivals attracting more than 250,000 visitors every year and near many welcoming condominiums in Alabama. The comfortable temperatures present most of the year make an Alabama rental on the pristine Gulf shores a perfect choice for any family. The historic site of Fort Morgan, used off and on from the Civil War to World War II, is touted as one the nation's most amazing examples of military architecture and hosts a museum and walking tours close to a variety of spacious Alabama house rentals.

Historic Homes and Gardens

The Arlington Historic House and Gardens in Birmingham, AL dates back to the 1840s and features breathtaking Greek Revival architecture. In close proximity to this extravagant six acre estate are various cozy Alabama house rentals that are centrally located to this and other attractions. One such attraction is the tranquil Birmingham Botanical Gardens with nearly 68 acres comprised of 27 gardens and plant collections as well as an exotic Japanese garden.

Near Theodore, AL in Mobile County, is the renowned Bellingrath Gardens and Home. Vacation in an Alabama condo near the 65 acres of lush gardens inspired by the gardens of Italy, France and England including a refined brick and wrought-iron mansion. You'll find the Bellingrath Gardens and Home are nothing short of stunning. If you're visiting Mobile in late January or February on your Alabama vacation, the Mobile Mardi Gras festival will be in full swing and although less well known than the festival in New Orleans, the streets will be alive with parades and colorful performers.

Alabama Recreation and Activities

Within minutes of your Alabama condominium, you'll find a multitude of different ways to entertain your family. The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail treks from the serene woodlands of the north to the warm sand beaches of Southern Alabama and is easily accessible from a substantial number of condominiums in Alabama.

Regardless of whether you prefer freshwater or saltwater fishing, there are an abundance of prime fishing locations for the angler in your family near your vacation house in Alabama. Alabama resorts surround more than 77,000 miles of streams and rivers as well as the Mobile Delta. Alabama rentals are easy to find near the estuaries of the Gulf Shores where saltwater fishing reigns king above all.

There are also Alabama vacation rentals in close proximity to many of the majestic state parks. The inspiring Indian House Trail, at Buck's Pocket State Park offers visitors the chance to experience what the Cherokee Indians felt as they took refuge under rugged crags. For the adventurous sort, an Alabama condominium near Cathedral caverns is ideal for exploring the vacuous caves and underground rivers and caverns.