Ono Island in Orange Beach

Ono Island is a barrier island in southern Orange Beach, Alabama, situated at the mouth of Perdido Bay on the northern Gulf of Mexico.  It is bordered by Bay St. John to the north and Old River to the south.  Ono is populated by sand dunes, live oak trees, and many natural grasses and plant species. This gated community on the Alabama Gulf Coast is accessible via a private bridge, and for boaters, this provides quick access to the Gulf of Mexico. The island was discovered in the 15th century by the Spanish, who named it Orinoco, which means "a place to paddle," and Ono still has the charm and beauty that attracted Spanish explorers. 

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Boating Paradise

There are more than seven hundred homes on the island, many of…

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