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Open flames of any kind are strictly prohibited by City Ordinance.
Tents and sunshades are allowed north of the Mean High Tide Line as represented by posted signage.
Only authorized government vehicles and beach maintenance vehicles are allowed on the beach.
Beaching or launching personal watercraft from Gulf beaches is prohibited by City Ordinance.
For health and wildlife disturbance reasons, dogs are not allowed on Gulf Beaches. As an alternative, Unleashed in Orange Beach, our community dog park, or The Dog Pond at Lake Shelby in the Gulf State Park both offer you a great place to enjoy with your companion. Hit CTRL + Click to learn more http://www.orangebeachal.gov/facilities/unleashed-dog-park.
Drinking alcohol is allowed on the beach but glass containers are strictly prohibited.
Fishing is allowed on the beach but chumming and/or shark fishing is prohibited.
Metal detecting is allowed on the beach but the City respectfully requests that holes be returned to natural grade following investigation.
No; baseball and softball are run through the Orange Beach Sports Association
No; we encourage all kids interested in playing football to sign up with the City of Gulf Shores
“Like” City of Orange Beach Athletics on facebook to receive up-to-date information on all youth sports offered. Flyers are also sent home with the children at OBES just prior to the start of registration.
Typically, we run basketball registration during the month of November. The season will begin in December and run through February.
Typically, we run soccer registration during the month of August. The season will begin in September and run through October.
You will register at the Orange Beach Rec Center; you will need a copy of your child’s birth certificate and cash or check for the registration fee
Volunteers; we love to have any parent volunteer to coach pending a mandatory background check