Foley is a charming city in the state of Alabama, located more exactly in Baldwin County. The history of Foley goes back to the early 1900s and the name of the city comes from its founder, John B. Foley of Chicago. He was headed to President McKinley's funeral, in 1901, when he met a railroad agent who introduced him to the area that is now Foley. As he liked what he saw, he came back and started investing in the area. By 2005, Foley already had its own railroad station and thus the development of the city began. Now, there are 7.590 people living in Foley, according to the 2010 census, making it an important part of and the principal city in the Daphne - Fairhope - Foley Micropolitan Area.
BeachnRiver Canoe is a wonderful place in the outdoors. If you come where, you will get the chance to spend a beautiful and relaxing day in the core of the nature, touring the surroundings. The best thing about this place is that you get to rent kayaks and explore the wonderful river. The owners are extremely nice, as well, so do not forget to take your camera and enjoy one of the greatest experiences of your life.
The Gulf Bowl is a modern venue equipped with numerous bowling alleys which will provide hours of entertainment. This fun filled place will show everyone a good time, no matter the age or bowling skills. If you do not know how to bowl, nor are you willing to try it, you could just enjoy a delicious meal and have a good time at the arcade.
The Holmes Medical Museum is an amazing cultural institution, where you get the chance to learn more about medicine and the advances made in this field. You will be able to admire a wide collection of artefacts of the Holmes Hospital, but also rooms and equipments. The history of medicine is presented in the 'Men's Ward', where you will be taken back in time and see how were patients treated since the late 1800s to present day.