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The entrance to our spectacular Lodge

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Hear the call of the wild and escape to Lake Guntersville Resort State Park.

Every season is a great time to be in beautiful Lake Guntersville Resort State Park! Enjoy the park while camping or spending time in one of our cabins or chalets. Rent a pontoon or flat bottom boat. View deer, Bald Eagles and their nesting sites, and a variety of wildlife. Take time to visit Lake Guntersville State Park and take in all the sights and sounds of all four seasons in the southern Appalachian Mountains.

Deer abound in Guntersville State Park!

Deer abound in Guntersville State Park!

Deer in Guntersville State Park

Eagle-watching has become a great sport in Marshall County. "Eagle Awareness" weekends in January feature guided field trips at Lake Guntersville Resort State Park. Nearly two dozen bald eagles might be seen on a winter morning. Alongside the lake, the Town Creek watershed boasts Alabama's largest winter roost for the magnificent creatures. Numerous other species at the park include the yellow-billed cuckoo, a fairly common summer resident.

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