A family-run business, Destin Jeep Rentals outfits families, couples, and lone travelers with the wheels to traverse the scenic Gulf Coast. They rent out four-door Jeep Wranglers, letting drivers tackle the open road in closed-roof or convertible Jeeps. Daily and weekly rates are available.
You don't have to be a VIP to feel like one at Mobile Regional Airport. Service Gulf Coast jet setters since the 1930s, the airport treats its everyday passengers to modern amenities that many airports reserve only for frequent flyers or anyone bearing a passing resemblance to Sir Richard Branson. No matter whether they're flying US Airways, United, Delta, or American Airlines, passengers can relax into comfy rocking chairs to surf the web with free Wi-Fi. A customer service center provides local phone calls for passengers who need to call a loved one or coordinate ground transportation, and they'll even provide padded envelopes for customers who need to ship home any small items that security deems unfit for travel on the plane. Those looking for extra amenities can sign up for the airports Executive Club for an entire year, or even just for the day, with a $10 day pass yielding additional time-whittling attractions including TV, magazines, newspapers, and free snacks and beverages.
At Adventures Unlimited, infants to 12-year-olds develop their love of learning through hands-on exploration in a safe environment, overseen by a team of first-aid- and CPR-certified caretakers. The center combines a park-like outdoor play area, ideal for aspiring tag-players and botanists alike, with an onsite trove of dress-up clothes to aid children as they become pirates or tiara-wearing pirates. Adventures Unlimited also fuels fun with snacks throughout the day, though children are responsible for bringing their own sack lunches.
Age-targeted activities abound throughout the year, with story time for infants and toddlers, after-school activities and transportation to local elementary schools for school-age children, and a pre-school for 3- and 4-year-olds with semi-structured art, science, math, and language classes. A registered private kindergarten pampers 5-year-olds with attention before transitioning them seamlessly into local public schools. During the summer months, the center’s camp hinges on weekly themes that can transform participants into chefs or educate them on Oregon’s history of hiding gold in its rivers and children's ears.