Thanksgiving in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores

Thanksgiving is a perfect time to spend a week at the beach. You can enjoy family time, gratitude and some great food with the beautiful Alabama Gulf Coast in the background. Take walks on the beach with your loved ones. Bike the Backcountry trail. Take a boat out in the Gulf. And, if you prefer to avoid making a big meal yourself, there are lots of restaurants with Thanksgiving-centric menus open on the holiday.  

Thanksgiving in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores

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Freedom Fest 2021 – Orange Beach

There is so much to enjoy when visiting the Alabama Gulf Coast this fall, including a brand new festival at The Wharf: Freedom Fest

Freedom Fest 2021 Orange Beach

The Shrimp Fest for 2021 was cancelled due to the pandemic. We know that many of our guests were looking forward to a great festival. And, many of the artists and musicians that were scheduled for that weekend were looking for a place to go instead.

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Spring Break FAQs

Spring Break is here! It is time to shed those winter coats and head to the beach. We welcome our Spring Break friends back to family-friendly Orange Beach and Gulf Shores. 

If you are planning to vacation with us, you may have some questions about how things work. Here are some answers to some of the most common Spring Break FAQs (frequently asked questions) in Orange Beach.

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Post Hurricane Sally Update

Beach Getaways is pleased to welcome guests back to the beach. While you’re here you will see some remaining evidence of the hurricane. Trees are down in places and properties continue to clean up. While the city and residents have worked tirelessly to prepare for your return, we are still in progress. We have prepared condos and houses by inspecting and re-inspecting. All properties we’ve made available to rent are safe for our guests to use and enjoy. Please use the following information as a reference to plan your upcoming stay! We will try to update frequently, but information changes daily so please call the establishment if you have any questions. Below is the current information regarding open businesses.

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Beach Update

Alabama beaches could reopen soon! That is, if the state government agrees with recommendations submitted by local Gulf Shores officials. The Alabama beaches have been closed to the public since March 19, due to social distancing guidelines amid the outbreak of COVID-19.

Recommendations from the Mayor and City Council

Now, as the state plans for the state to restart the economy, Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft and the City Council sent recommendations to Alabama Governor Kay Ivey. These recommendations include:

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Beach Getaways Updates Regarding COVID-19


April 28, 2020

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To our Homeowners and Guests

Like so many of you, we have spent the last several days and weeks learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting the world around us. For those of us here at Beach Getaways that means understanding how it affects our employees, guests, homeowners and community, and then making the necessary adjustments to our work and operations.

We have one simple objective that guides us: keeping our guests, homeowners and our staff and contractors safe. This has been at the center of our conversations. With that in mind, we have made several moves in our business in response to the potential threats associated with the coronavirus.

We are actively following the CDC guidelines and recommendations on the steps that can be taken to help prevent the spread of the virus. We have shared specific instructions with our staff, contractors and housekeeping teams on the importance of washing their hands and staying home if they feel sick. Per CDC recommendations, we will ask employees who have traveled to such locations or have been exposed to others who have traveled to such locations to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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