There are ten artists in town creating unique gifts and attire. Most live above their small shops and 3 more shops selling hand crafted items made by regional artists. Take the Alma Art Walk which is outlined in a brochure found in many of the artists shops.
Don't miss Water Lily Gifts and The Commercial !
Alma has become a great place to eat as well. Pier 4 has been known for its breakfasts for years, however, has added barbecue specialties to the local mix for lunch as well. The Alma Hotel has catered to the locals forever for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The Red Ram, the Dam View, have burgers and more. We cant forget the pizzas that Julie makes at the Fin and Feather. If you want an adventure, take the short boat ride for a meal on the Alma Fishing Float. There is truly something for everyone!
You may also enjoy the short drive up the bluff, behind the town, to check out the view from Buena Vista Park - preferably at sunset. While you're there, be sure not to miss Alma's own winery at Danzinger Vineyards & Winery. Last year they pretty much mopped up at the State wine making competitions - congratulations are due.
Kayaking is popular in the area and we have several options including Broken Paddle Guiding Company, http://www.brokenpaddleguiding.com/ and Riverland Outfitters, http://riverlandoutfitters.com/.
Did you know Alma has a history museum? Do you know it has two? The Alma Area Museum has something for everyone to enjoy and learn about. While Castlerock Museum is a must see, featuring arms and armory from the Roman Empire, Dark Ages, and the Renaissance .It is absolutely a world class collection that you'd expect to find in London or New York, I swear it and I get around!