Our commitment to a great getaway goes hand in hand with learning about and protecting nature. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Alabama’s Gulf State Park, guests have access to 6,150 acres of protected habitat, including nine distinct ecosystems ranging from coastal pine forests to sun-splashed beaches and sand dunes that are home to an array of unique flora and fauna.
We hold a firm belief that it is our responsibility to both celebrate and protect the bountiful biodiversity found here, so that future generations may continue to enjoy this special region that pre-eminent naturalist and Alabama native, E. O Wilson, called “America’s Amazon.” As such, we are deeply dedicated to the principles and practices of sustainable tourism, based upon the three key pillars of:
- Environmentally-friendly operations and facilities
- Support for the protection of cultural and natural heritage
- Social and economic benefits to local people