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Summer is by far our favorite time of year here at Kaiser Realty, for one simple reason, the beach.

There is just something about the allure of the ocean, the grains of sand clinging to your feet and the sweet smell of the Gulf breeze surrounding you. Yep, you just can’t beat the beach.

When it comes to those days spent away from the dunes, however, things have a tendency to get a little more hectic. With no school to occupy the kiddos, summer can also mean a stressful three months for parents.  Luckily, we have some rockin’ summer camps in the area to keep the children in your life busy, happy and most importantly, learning!

For those of you in the Mobile area, The Exploreum might just be the answer to your every wish.  They have weekly camps starting on June 6th and running every week until July 29th.  They are offering camps for everyone from 4 year-olds all the way to 12th grade students and everyone in between.  The Exploreum is also offering a wide variety of different camps.  Your little ones can spend their time learning about the weather during the “Wonders of the Weather” camp, learn some nutritional advice during “You Are What You Eat,” learn about [Read more...]

It’s a beautiful day at the beach. What could be more relaxing that the sound of the waves?

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Like everyone along the Gulf Coast, Kaiser Realty and the CVB are monitoring the clean-up of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and relying on official updates from the Unified Command response team and local emergency management officials for information. We will continue to post confirmed updates on this page as they become available.

  • The Alabama Department of Public Health lifted the swimming advisory for gulf waters off Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan. However, the department warns that there may still be sporadic oil on or near the beaches and discourages individuals from entering the water if there is visible oil present. Click here to read the press release published by the health department.
  • Wind  and wave action are the primary factors affecting where remaining emulsified oil appears. The cleaning crews are working to remove the oil effects as they occur, and beach cleaning machines continue to rake the beaches nightly. Our beaches are open and swimming with caution is permitted.
  • Since the permanent capping of the well, no new oil has entered the gulf waters. With no new oil [Read more...]

Taken on Romar Beach in Orange Beach

Like everyone along the Gulf Coast, Kaiser Realty and the CVB are monitoring the clean-up of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and relying on official updates from the Unified Command response team and local emergency management officials for information. We will continue to post confirmed updates on this page as they become available.

  • The Alabama Department of Public Health lifted the swimming advisory for gulf waters off Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan. However, the department warns that there may still be sporadic oil on or near the beaches and discourages individuals from entering the water if there is visible oil present. Click here to read the press release published by the health department.
  • For the last several weeks, we have experienced little to no oil impact. Beach cleaning machines continue to rake the beaches nightly. Our beaches are open, clean, and swimming with caution is permitted.
  • The process of permanently sealing the well is going well and may be complete with the next ten days. Since the well was capped several weeks ago, the outflow of oil appears to [Read more...]

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