Foley, AL, USA

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Foley, AL, USA

Foley vacation rentals

Get in on the year-round fun in Foley

Situated southeast of Mobile in Baldwin County, the historic town of Foley offers fun year-round activities and attractions for everyone to enjoy. With its close proximity to the Gulf Coast, about 14 miles south, you can soak up the morning sun on a sandy beach, and then grab lunch at a local tavern, followed by an afternoon of antique shopping. Foley vacation rentals are popular as a central location from which to explore the local area, while still being part of a relaxing small town that has plenty to keep you busy!

Bargain hunting, kayaking, and horses-oh my!

A great place to start your adventure is by visiting the Foley Welcome Center where you'll find information on a self-guided walking tour around the towns' historic sites. You can shop 'til you drop at antique stores and Tanger Outlets, or follow a Bargain Hunter's Thrift Trail map for even better deals. Families can burn off energy at Foley Kids Park, or explore the water trails by canoe or kayak in Wolf Creek Park. Check out the action at Foley Sport Complex, go bowling, or play a round at Foley Golf Course. Foley also hosts an annual rodeo in August, yee-haw!

Stop and smell the roses in Foley

Foley offers some unique attractions for visitors, including more than 500 varieties of roses on display along the City of Foley Antique Rose Trail. Yes, it may finally be time to stop and smell those roses! You can check out medical equipment from the 20th century at the first hospital in the county, now the Holmes Medical Museum. Train enthusiasts are sure to love the refurbished circa-1900s train depot which houses the City of Foley Museums and Archives, including a popular Model Train Exhibit. Plus, Foley Art Center showcases works from local craftsmen and artisans.

Foley is truly a town for all seasons

When choosing Foley vacation rentals, you can get your fix of full-on summer temperatures, which hover in the mid-80s to 90s, or marvel at the fall colors while enjoying cooler temperatures in the 70s. During the winter months, temperatures can dip down into the low 40s, but usually average around 50 degrees. The hurricane season in Alabama runs from May through October, and there are occasional tornadoes in some parts of the state during the spring and fall. So be sure to pack your umbrella, or your red Wizard of Oz shoes!

Gear up for the beaches and check out the nesting turtles

Foley vacation rentals are popular in this town of just over 16,000 residents, as you're only 14 miles from the white sand beaches of Gulf State Park along the picturesque Gulf of Mexico, and 30 miles west of Pensacola. It's a great location from which to explore the entire area! Wolf Creek Park is connected to Graham Creek Nature Preserve, where you can observe birds, deer, and even snakes in their natural habitat. At the nearby Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, Loggerhead sea turtles nest annually from May until October.