- Coastal Resources
The City of Orange Beach Coastal Resources is committed to preserving and restoring the local beaches to maintain our quality of life and sustain the local tourism-based economy.
Review beach ordinances for the City of Orange Beach.
Leave Only Footprints Campaign
The cities of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores strive to provide a safe, clean, family-friendly environment for everyone visiting.
Wildlife Center & Management Program
The primary goal of the Wildlife Management Program is always the safety of both people and wildlife.
Wind & Water Learning Center
The City of Orange Beach Wind and Water Learning Center is committed to enhancing life for locals and guests by providing coastal access, facilities, equipment, and education for sailing and paddling sports.
Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail
The Backcountry Trail project is a collaborative effort between the City of Orange Beach, Gulf State Park, City of Gulf Shores, and property owners along the trail's alignment. The trail system consists of 26 trails among nine distinct ecosystems that make up more than 28 miles of paved trails within the 6,180 acres of land inside the park.
Waterways & Shoreline Cleanup
The City of Orange Beach began a pilot program in 2014 to address marine debris and waterborne trash titled the “Waterways and Shoreline Enhancement Program” (WSEP).
Show your support for Alabama's waterways by participating in the Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup.
Wolf Bay Osprey Cam
Wolf Bay Camera is a live stream of a nest platform located in beautiful Orange Beach.
State Beach Access Parking
Find information about state beach access parking.