From the foothills of the Appalachians through countless river valleys to the sugar white beaches of the Gulf, natural wonders abound for the explorer in you. From caves and caverns to towering mountaintops, adventure awaits. Marvel in the beauty of our many trails and waterways that is sure to take you off the beaten path. The 22 state parks, which encompass 48,000 acres of land and water, provide endless opportunities to fish, camp, canoe, hike and enjoy the great outdoors. Each season in Alabama brings a beautiful change for adventurers to enjoy all year long.
Lake Guntersville is the perfect spot for an end-of-the-summer getaway
With summer winding down, many are looking for a last-minute getaway. Wouldn’t it be nice to have one more relaxing trip before the hustle and bustle of life transitions into fall’s busy season?
Lake Guntersville State Park offers many family-friendly outdoor activities for a beautiful, scenic end-of-the-summer getaway. The state park is located on 6,000 acres of woodland along the Tennessee River in Northeast Alabama. Visitors can stay at the park’s hotel or in one of the mountain-setting chalets or cottages. If camping suits you more, then the park offers an onsite camping ground.
After you are settled in, there are many outdoor activities for the nature lover.
Eagle’s Nest 18-Hole Golf Course:
This premier, championship golf course located on Taylor Mountain, offers scenic mountain views, Bermuda Tiff greens and a state-of-the-art irrigation system. The treeline course and elevation changes make the course challenging, even for the most seasoned golfer.
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