WELCOME TO DAUPHIN ISLAND
Come and enjoy our little piece of paradise, dip your toes in the Gulf of Mexico waters, get sand between your toes and just RELAX. As Dauphin Island residents like to say, we're living on "Island Time," and once you experience the serenity of an afternoon sunset, or watch sea birds performing aerial acrobatics, you will understand why.
Come stroll our beaches, charter a boat to fish or to cruise, dine in our special eateries and visit gift shops and boutiques for that special item or gift.
In our busy world we plan for tomorrow, but can't live it until it arrives. We often spend time regretting the past and worrying about the future and fail to enjoy today.
We invite you to come enjoy Dauphin Island.
Attention - Updated Dauphin Island Beach Parking Fees/Rules 2022
If you are planning to visit the Dauphin Island beaches this season there are some new parking rules you and your family need to know about! These new rules apply to West End Beach, East End Beach, and Middle Beach.
The fee for a regular passenger car is $10 per day.
There is no extra charge for passengers in the car. For oversized vehicles such as RVs, Busses, cars pulling trailers, etc. the fee is $20 per day.
The fee for walk-in-ins or cyclists is $3 for the day.
Island residents do not have to pay to be admitted. Please provide proof of residency with a Driver’s license or Dauphin Island home address. The “Beach” decal issued by the Dauphin Island Police Department will also allow access to the beaches.
Non-residents are able to purchase season passes for the beaches. The fee is $150 and the pass is issued to the person, not the vehicle. Any vehicle that the season-pass holder is in will be admitted to the beaches. The pass holder's ID must match the non-resident season pass card or the non-resident season pass list. Guests in the same vehicle as the pass holder will also be admitted free of charge.
The August 6 event highlights Fort Gaines' integral rile in the Battle of Mobile Bay. The cannon will be fired every forty-five minutes in honor of soldiers that fought in this pivotal battle.
Come and experience a living history day for the entire family.
158th Battle of Mobile Bay Commemorative Day
Saturday, August 6
Come to Dauphin Island for good vibes, great music, food and Caribbean drinks all weekend long for the 6th Annual Dauphin Island Reggae Festival.
Saturday will feature a day long celebration in Green Park with live music & more!
August 12 - 14
Join local businesses and regional artists in a fun "island long" event with a "scavenger hunt" aspect in the stamping of the maps for prizes!
Pick up a map at any of the stops & have it stamped at all stops for great prizes. Ride your bike, your car or the free trolley which will transport visitors from spot to spot with a pickup at the ferry as well for "walk-ons" from Ft. Morgan.
D.I. Art Trail
Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022
ABOUT THE CHAMBER
The purpose of the Dauphin Island Chamber of Commerce is to serve and promote interests of the commercial community of Dauphin Island.
The DICoC actively solicits input from its members on issues that affect their ability to conduct business on the Island. The DICoC also promotes events on the Island throughout the year to attract more visitors to the Island. This increase in visitation acts to increase the opportunity for local business members to conduct their commercial activities.
DAUPHIN ISLAND IS DOG-FRIENDLY
Dogs are allowed to visit Dauphin Island's primary public beach and the Dauphin Island Campground.
Please note that dogs are not allowed at the West End Beach Park on the Island's extreme west end.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times.
Stop by our Welcome Center with complimentary Internet Access and a Lending Library, housed in the restored, original Little Red Schoolhouse.
1016 Bienville Boulevard
Monday - Saturday
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.