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The Weather in Fairhope
This is the climate diagram in Fairhope. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Fairhope, with temperatures going under 42° The rainiest month is June while the driest month is October.
Live like a king at a coastal Fairhope vacation home
Beachside vacation homes in Fairhope, Alabama, overlook Mobile Bay, where pelicans nest on Gaillard Island. The sparkling coastline is populated by superb swimming holes, and the surrounding area enjoys unique cultural attractions and an active arts scene.
Civil War history and art festivals
The Fairhope Museum of History is a collection of artifacts illustrating the history of the region. Starting with the Native American Indians, the collection charts the town's involvement in the Civil War and World War II.
The infectious energy of the festivals hosted at Eastern Shore Art Center makes it an excellent site to visit on your vacation. The outdoor sculpture garden thrills art fans and lovers of the outdoors alike. Discover works by local and international artists at this cultural mecca.
Castles and coastline
Fairhope Castle and Mosher Castle are two incredible castles converted from 1950s-era houses by local families. Kids will have a blast discovering the drawbridge, towers, and koi carp ponds.
Kids love exploring Windmill Market, which boasts delicious seasonal food and live music. You’ll find cooking classes and lectures with an eco-friendly focus. Why not gather some food for a picnic and head to the beach?
Islands and ocean vistas
Wander along Fairhope Municipal Pier and look out over the water of Mobile Bay. The pier is a peaceful spot for fishing, swimming, or just taking in the sights. Nearby you'll find rose gardens and benches, a marina full of bobbing boats, a restaurant, and walking trails.
Take a twenty-minute boat ride from nearby Mobile over to Gaillard Island, and spot the nesting seabirds and shorebirds that inhabit the island. Brown pelicans can be seen nesting on its rocks. Their distinctive large bills make the birds stand out among the egrets, terns, herons, and ducks that flock here.
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