We had a great time. Very clean place and great fishing!
If you like to fish then this is the place to go! Our campsite was very clean and didn’t have people right on top of us which was nice. There was a bass tournament going on when we arrived but there was so much room we didn’t even notice. It stormed the night we were there so we didn’t get to do everything we wanted to but we will definitely be going back!
One of our favorite places to stay. Situated on beautiful Lake Guntersville, there's lots of water and wildlife to see. Very quiet. Many of the sites are large with 50 amp, water and sewer.
Well maintained, friendly staff, few trees due to the 2012 tornado that came through the area, golf course and lodge available.
Such a beautiful spot! We like a bit more trees, which they had until a tornado came through in 2011 or 12. There is mot a lot of privacy; but we love to SUP, which was great there. The camp hosts and staff were very nice!
The campground is right on the banks of Lake Guntersville and it has a beach area so it's great if you want to play in the water. It doesn't have as much shade as it used to due to tornados but it is still a really great campground. There are a lot of great hiking, biking, and horse-riding trails. On anygiven day you can drive through the park and see an abundance of deer. The state park is also home to a zip line and an excellent golf course and the lodge has a pool and a really great restaurant.
Located on a huge lake, the campground is clean and the hosts are especially friendly. We did not know about the tornado damage in 2011 while we were there, but we did like how wide open the campground was even if it was cleaned out by the tornado. The lodge and golf course on top of the mountain behind the campground. Small store at the check point and you have to buy their firewood. Wish we could have stayed more than one night!
clean bathrooms (showers, toilets, and water); easy and short hiking trail; fishing, boating, and swimming (beach) access; RV and primitive sites; park store with snacks, firewood, etc.; playground and other outdoor sport/activity areas. it is more focused on family recreation and relaxation (like cookouts) and less on hiking and other outdoor activities for the more experienced.
Tornado damage is still somewhat evident. Lost a lot of trees.
Campsites have full hookups some have 50 amp. Sites are in need of some freshning up with additional gravel. Bath house is clean.
Park has a lodge with a great restraunt. Store where you check in has ice and firewood.
Full hookup sites. Great views. Due to tornados in recent years, there are not many trees.