City of Spanish Fort

    Are you thinking about moving to Spanish Fort?

    Named after an original Spanish Fort, which is no longer there, this community is experiencing great growth and recognition for the true beauty of the area. Gorgeous landscapes and breathtaking views of Mobile Bay have been a back drop of many movies being filmed here such as “Saving Private Ryan”, “The Blue Lagoon”, and “The Matrix Reloaded”.  However, Spanish Fort offers so much more than its beauty. It is truly an outdoor lover’s paradise. Fishing, sailing, and kayaking are just minutes away.

    Spanish Fort’s dining and entertainment district, The Causeway, includes “some of the best seafood restaurants on the entire coast” like The Original Oyster House, Ed’s Seafood Shed and Felix’s Fish Camp.  Other must-dos in the area include world class shopping at the Eastern Shore Centre and the area’s largest tourist attraction, The USS Alabama Battleship memorial park.

    Spanish Fort Real Estate Guide

    Just north of I-10 on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay, it’s only 10 miles away from Mobile, which makes it extremely attractive to all! If you’re looking for a more permanent home in Spanish Fort, and you will once you visit, there are so many different options to choose from. However, you will need a professional who knows real estate and knows the area so you can find the perfect property for your needs, whether it’s a top of the line waterfront estate or single family home.

    Students who live in Spanish Fort attend Spanish Fort Elementary School in grades K-5, located in the Baldwin County Public Schools District. It has received a 9 out 10 rating according to Great Schools.org and is well-liked by the community. Middle School students attend Spanish Fort Middle School and Spanish Fort High School is for older students.

    Just north of I-10 on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay, Spanish Fort is only 10 miles away from Mobile, which is a perfect commute distance. Driving to Pensacola, on the other hand, would take over an hour.

    Spanish Fort is home to two state parks, Blakeley State Park and Meaher State Park.  It is also the site of  Alabama’s largest tourist attraction, The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park.

    Spanish Fort’s dining and entertainment district, The Causeway, includes “some of the best seafood restaurants on the entire coast” like The Original Oyster House, Ed’s Seafood Shed and Felix’s Fish Camp.

    World class shopping can be found at the Eastern Shore Centre. A unique place to browse and shop, Eastern Shore Centre hosts Dillard’s and Belk along with many specialty stores and dining options. Tis is the place to visit if you are searching for a Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Ann Taylor Loft, Coldwater Creek, or Jos. A. Bank, Talbots, Hollister Co., near your in Spanish Fort, Alabama home.  Conveniently located at the northeast intersection of I-10 and State Highway 181, you can bring the whole family for shopping or to enjoy an open-air musical performance at the community courtyard.