Baldwin County is in the southern portion of the State of Alabama. Baldwin County is named in honor of Senator Abraham Baldwin and is
the largest county in the state by land area. The Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico border the county from the south. The approximate population is 204,000 and growing fast. Bay Minette, Daphne, Fairhope, Foley , Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Robertsdale, Spanish Fort are the cities that reside in Baldwin County. Interstate 10 runs east and west through the county making it an easy commute west to Mobile, Alabama and east to Pensacola, Florida. Baldwin County is the fastest growing county in the state and tied for 8th fastest in the Nation. Baldwin County has a 45% population growth since 2000.