The Fort Morgan peninsula is about 19 miles long and abuts Mobile Bay to the North and Little Lagoon and the Gulf of Mexico on the south. The Fort Morgan Highway is also known as Alabama Hwy 180. The character of the Fort Morgan area is a little different from Gulf Shores to the south and Orange Beach to the east. Fort Morgan beaches are dotted with quaint, traditional beach cottages along the beach several blocks (or tiers) deep. There are very few condominium buildings on the Fort Morgan peninsula, although there are several resort style complexes and compounds.

Learn more About Fort Morgan and its history

Several upscale communities along the western third of the peninsula (also known as Mobile Point) include Martinique on the Gulf and Kiva Dunes.

Martinique was developed with a French eastern Caribbean theme, a nod to the eastern Caribbean island of Martinique. The community is gated, with two pools and clubhouses,tennis courts, a condominium complex (directly facing the Gulf), single family homes, and duplexes. Landscaping is natural and beachy. There are monthly HOA fees here.

KIVA DUNES is a unique golf and beach community at the far western edge of the Fort Morgan Peninsula. There are homes for sale here in a wide variety of sizes and price points. In late 2016, a spectacular new beachside pool and pavilion was added, including a bar and grill and hot tub. Private beach access is available for all homeowners. There is a dune walkover that helps protect and preserve our natural sand dunes and sea oats. There are three very nice pools at different locations on the grounds (see pictures at the website above.) With all the available amenities, fees are surprisingly reasonable, ranging from 125 - 192 monthly.

Smaller Single Family Neighborhoods - Numerous classic beach homes line Highway 180 (Fort Morgan Road) and are located along streets with quaint names like Ponce de Leon Court, Cortez Avenue, and Triple Tail Lane.  A large parcel of land along the north side of the highway belongs to the U.S. government, helping to minimize the density of the area.