Visitors to Mobile, Alabama, can go kayaking and canoeing, take in the local color and attend one of the annual festivals, concerts or sporting events. This town even throws a Mardi Gras party with floats, music and flying Moon Pies.
As a town situated on the Gulf of Mexico, Mobile offers tourists plenty of water activities. Tourists can take airboats through the wetlands and bayous or spend an afternoon fishing. The nearby Meaher State Park and Gulf State Park offer plenty of hiking and cycling trails. Nature lovers can explore the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and wetlands. Those who want to spend a little time in the sand can hop on a boat to Dauphin Island for fresh produce and sunny beaches.
The city itself offers a multitude of attractions from theatrical productions to shopping. Local boutiques offer a range of products, such as handmade crafts, souvenirs and antiques. Visitors can catch a show at Saenger Theatre, a building that doubles as a historic landmark. At night, they can listen to some live music, including the local Alabama Shakes.
There are several clubs and nightclubs from which to choose in Mobile. Sports enthusiasts can watch one of the many sporting events or get in on the action themselves and go golfing at one of the many courses.