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WINTER HOT SPOTS
A City Born To Celebrate
There are many historic treasures to
explore in this city on Mobile Bay,
but visit this destination during the
winter months and your group is likely
to encounter one of the city's oldest
traditions. Home of the first Mardi Gras
celebration in the U.S., Mobile is a place
where locals and visitors alike take to the
streets to watch parades and enjoy the
moderate winter weather.
Between events, there are lots of
outdoor water-based activities, such as
fishing, paddling and power boating, to
enjoy. On land, there are museums, art
galleries, music and theatre productions.
Average high temperatures in a typical
Mobile winter range from the low 60s
to the low 70s, while the average lows
range from 40 to 50 degrees.
Where The Sun Rises
Over The Cypress
Featuring bayous filled with cypress
trees and moss-draped live oaks, the
Cajun Coast has been called "hauntingly
beautiful" by National Geographic.
Fans also praise its food and music,
antebellum homes, museums and 19th
Century historic district. Top-rated golf
is available at one of the newest courses
on Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail and
with 16 local festivals per year, winter
meeting-goers are bound to experience
one of them.
All these activities are available year-
round, due to the Cajun Coast's mild
climate. During the winter months,
high temperatures in this area range
from the low 60s to low 70s, while low
temperatures range from the mid 40s to
the mid 50s.