This website is for the property owners of Surfside Shores subdivision on Ft. Morgan Road. The homeowners association is a  group dedicated to maintaining and improving the neighborhood and property values. In order to help us make Surfside Shores a better neighborhood we could use your support.  

Annual dues are $200.00 per year and can be paid to:    

Property Owners of Surfside Shores

P.O. Box 7077, Gulf Shores, Al 36547

Drawing of Proposed Boardwalk Project 


Do not  forget to mark your calendar for JULY 4th golf cart & bike parade to be followed by hotdogs and homemade ice cream at 6551 Driftwood Drive . Parade starts at 4 pm on Lakeshore Drive and progress around neighborhood till ending at Driftwood for hotdogs and ice cream. Please plan to join us and enjoy time celebrating wih your neighbors .


The Property Owner Board welcomes our new board members  . Jason Cosgrove has assumed the role of  interim Vice President after his appointment by the board president per our bylaws and will be ratified at next scheduled Property owner meeting . These  changes were required after the resignation of Yvonne Meek. Additionally the following property owners were appointed to serve as directors. Polly Nickles and Judy Newcomb resident Directors and Anthony Metz and Rich Weiner Non Resident Directors. ********

Next workday will be scheduled and posted on this page and also announced on the Surfside Shores facebook . Hope you will join us and help out if your schedule will permit.                                                                    Please pay your annual dues for 2024 ,if you have not and be a active part of taking care of the neighborhood common spaces.                                                                


1)  The current ongoing project to establish golf cart parking slots to eliminate the need for carts to park partially on the beach road with a retention wall and add a handicap-accessible dune walkover.  Project on Hold

2) Installing beach trashcans and baskets with twice weekly clean-up service during summer and once weekly service rest of the year.

3.) Installing and maintenance of pet waste stations in the subdivision.  

4) Neighborhood events like the St. Patty party, potlucks, and July 4th golf cart parade to encourage social interaction with others in the subdivision. 

5.) Scheduled Work days and projects.


As we work toward improving golf cart parking at beach access areas, please be mindful that others also need place to park their cart . Pull straight in and park and allow room for other golf carts.


Please be kind to others and keep control (leash) of your critters.  *Reminder* not everyone loves dogs and allowing yours to run free is not responsible or legal .

Also, please “pick up” after them and keep our beaches and subdivision clean. 


There is a lot of misinformation about public vs. private beach access.  While the beach is open to the public, ACCESS to the beach from Surfside Shores is PRIVATE and is to be used only by residents and guests.  There is no public parking in Surfside Shores; automobiles are subject to be towed if parked illegally in the neighborhood. 

     There is a public beach access on the western side of Morgantown about one mile west of Surfside Shores.  This is a Baldwin County park and has a parking lot and boardwalk for easy beach access.  


Help protect our turtles. Please encourage your guests to fill in any holes and clean up the beach daily.

Share the Beach Information Links and Facts

Created by Janet Myers in dedication to her Grandparents, Eddie and Jean Muir, who established her love for this community.