Magnolia Springs Golf and RV Hideaway is very excited to annouce the new addtion of our inflatable fun park. The park features a fun bounce house with a climbing wall and slide, the Big Kahuna water slide that reaches almost 20' into the air and is nearly 35' in length. These new amenties are located in our new "redneck water park" that also has a slip-n-slide and several other attractions designed to keep the kid in all of us wet during the warm days of Summer.
We Tent Campers, and all other types of manufactured RV's that have not exceeded their life span and are kept in good shape by their respectable and responsible owners, heirs, friends, and visitors.If you are staying in other accommodations, please come out for a fun filled day on the golf course. All skill levels are welcome . We do ask that you wear your shirts and shoes, We have clubs, drinks, and snacks available or you can bing your own. Please use the menu above to navigate to the Golf page for additional info.
"The bathrooms and Clubhouse are very clean...grounds are well kept...people are friendly and the social activities are fun. We have already made reservations for next year." Sharon and Bob (rating 8 of 10)
Joe and Nellie are exceptional hosts. Sites are tended to and maintained regularly. A very friendly atmosphere. Nice sized spaces; water is very potable and plentiful. In our opinion, rates are reasonable and fair..." Jerry & Edna (rating 9 of 10)
"Very nice small park. Very well maintained. Wish we could stay longer." Frank & Susan (rating 8 of 10)
Very clean park, good upkeep, golf course is great and management goes the extra mile for you. Very friendly park." Randy B (rating 8 of 10)
"Very cozy campground. Wish we had more time here." Linda & Bill (rating 9 of 10)
You can spend a month or more with us and do something different each day. The following is a list of activities available to you within a driving distance of 30 minutes.
There are 19 fine golf courses open to the public within a 30 minute drive of The RV Hideaway. Add 15 minutes to that time and you can add another 10 courses to the portfolio.
Water, water everywhere. Creeks, bays, bayous, rivers, canals and the Gulf of Mexico are here for your pleasure. You may bring your own boat. We have plenty of storage space at no charge. There are boat rentals and charter fleets available if you dont want to fool with bringing your own.
The prettiest white sand beaches you have ever seen will be only 25 minutes away. We have 25 miles of beachfront waiting for your enjoyment. There are many points of public access, the most used being the ones owned by the City of Gulf Shores and the Alabama State Park.
We have got to be in the center of the finest food restaurants in the country. Fresh seafood, of course, is our specialty. Places like Jesses, only a mile down the road, specializing in New Orleans Cuisine, the Fish House, the Original Oyster Bar in Gulf Shores and Mobile. The list goes on and on until you have difficulty deciding whether you want Chinese, Japanese, Western Barbecue, Mama Lous home cooking or a franchised food. LuLus, operated by Jimmy Buffets sister, on the Intracoastal Canal in Gulf Shores is another great place to have an outdoor lunch on a nice day.
We have one of the largest outlet malls in the United States down the road a piece, only about 6 miles. Its known as the Tanger Factory Outlets. It houses more than 120 stores. We also have a Walmart Super Store, a Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware and several supermarket stores. You can spend all the money you have, plus some, any rainy day.
The Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge is both permanent and
temporary home for endangered species and migratory birds. Over
4,000 acres of beach dunes, scrub dunes, fresh water marsh, salt
water marsh, and Maritime forest make up the Bon Secour National
Wildlife Refuge. This coastal Refuge provides refuge for the
endangered loggerhead sea turtle, the endangered American alligator,
and the rare gopher tortoise. It is part of the migration route of
the monarch butterfly, and is also known for its more than 120
species of birds - making it a paradise for bird watchers. Along
with birding, the refuge offers opportunities for hiking, swimming,
photography, collecting sea shells, and boating. Fishermen enjoy
both fresh and saltwater fishing.
Weeks Bay wetlands are a magnet for wildlife and visitors. It is a small estuarine embayment off Mobile Bay comprised of approximately three square miles of open shallow water, averaging 4.5 feet deep. Forested wetlands form an extensive strip between floodplain swamps and upland forests. Weeks Bay is a critical nursery for fish, crustaceans, and shellfish. An interesting morning or afternoon can be spent visiting the estuary display center and strolling the Boardwalk through the wetlands.
We have real history. This is where the Spanish explorers hacked their way through dense oak under growth to build the first trails across our coastal plains. This is where the Indians massacred the whites and the whites massacred the Indians. This is where we built forts to protect our shorelines. This is where we have enshrined the battleship Alabama, a submarine, airplanes and an LST. This is where you can make a short excursion to the National Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola Naval Station.
Charter buses leave daily for a day of fun, chance and excellent food for unbelievably low prices. All this happens in the Mississippi Gulf Coast City of Biloxi. It is only an hour and a half bus ride or drive to Biloxi from Magnolia Springs. It is an experience everyone should have at least once in a lifetime.
The Five Rivers is an exciting educational facility highlighting the four key habitats of coastal Alabama: the Mobile Tensaw River Delta, Mobile Bay, the Barrier Islands and the Northern Gulf of Mexico. It includes the 10,000 square foot Exhibit Hall and Living Marsh Boardwalk. This facility is a showcase of the plants, animals, and other natural resources found in the Estuary and its surrounding marine habitats. Through beautiful visual exhibits and engaging interactive exhibits, the Estuarium will leave you with a broader understanding of the interactions that take place in Mobile Bay, the fourth largest estuary system in the United States.
You could not plan a more interesting side trip than this: Start
your day at Fort Morgan on the western tip of Pleasure Island, take
the ferry from Fort Morgan to Dauphin Island where you will visit
the Sea Lab, drive north toward Mobile, stop to eat and tour
Bellingrath Gardens, then end your day at Battleship Parkway.