Most people know Baldwin County as a premier vacation destination with miles of beautiful, sandy beaches, but the lucky ones know that it is an even better place to live and work. Baldwin County is just east of Mobile, Alabama, and west of Pensacola, Florida on the I-10 corridor in the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, it is the eighth fastest-growing metro-suburban area in the United States. Boasting a growing population of over 200,000 with more than 35% of the county population being between the ages of eighteen and forty-five, Baldwin County thrives as a community of youthful growth and opportunity.
Residents of Baldwin County enjoy the expansive parks and recreation options located within 15-minutes from South Baldwin Regional Medical Center. From the beaches just a few miles away, to the 484-acre Graham Creek Nature Preserve with hiking and running trails, canoe/kayak launches, and adolescent play areas and a bustling downtown of shops and incredible restaurants.
The newest family-friendly attraction to the area is the OWA Park & Resort, a 520-acre adventure park with waterfalls, 23 theme-park rides, an outdoor wave pool, and the region’s largest indoor water park – with convertible roof.
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