I have not stayed at the campground, but it looked like it was one of the few places remaining on Dauphin Island after the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005
The website mentions that there are beaches, fishing (a fishing pier if it has been reconstructed and rods can be rented), and an Audubon bird sanctuary. "Tree-lined paths lead from your RV or tent site to snow-white beaches and the lush woods of the Audubon Bird Sanctuary. Free boat launches/fishing pier and Historic Fort Gaines are within a short walk... cited as one of the ten most globally important sites for bird migration. .. Migrating butterflies find the Island a convenient rest stop too. "
On the island, in addition to the Bird Sanctuary are an 18-hole golf course, public swimming pool, restaurants, markets, bakery, gift shops, churches, a small airstrip and the Sea Lab Estuarium.
Unique Quality: 150 Sites with power and water
70 sites with sewer
Bathhouse with hot showers, washers/dryers
Group pavilion with large brick barbecue grill
Free boat launches-- you're in the gulf of Mexico in 5 minutes!
Walking trails into the audubon Bird Sanctuary (watch for birds, alligators, fish, turtles)
Boardwalk to secluded beach on Gulf
Bicycle rental, playground, badminton, volleyball, shuffleboard and horseshoe
1512 Cadillac Avenue, P.O.Box 107, Alabama, 36528, United States
1601 Bienville Boulevard, Alabama, AL 36528, United States
109 Bienville Boulevard, Alabama, 36528, United States
730 Cadillac Ave., Alabama, 36528, United States
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Address: 109 Bienville Boulevard, Alabama, 36528, United States