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Guntersville is an Alabama Community of Excellence basking in a lake-effect glow

It is easy to see the appeal of the Guntersville area. All one has to do is look around. Nestled on the edge of a picturesque 69,000-acre lake with lush tree-lined mountains in nearly every direction, Guntersville is a place that puts the “great” in the great outdoors, which is why it is one of the top tourist draws in Alabama.

Guntersville

Water, water everywhere…it’s what defines Guntersville, and makes it a special place to live, work and play. Literally surrounded by Lake Guntersville in North Alabama, this mountain-lakes jewel offers something for everyone. The good stuff is not al …

Lake Guntersville

Lake Guntersville is Alabama’s largest lake, offering over 69,000 acres of beautiful fun-filled waters and 949-miles of shoreline. Blessed with an abundance of recreational opportunities, you can choose from an assortment of lake or land activities suc …

Errol Allan Park

Errol Allan Park is Guntersville’s newest addition to the Historic Downtown Business District. The park will feature a stage for live entertainment and an accommodating space for outdoor activities and park enjoyment. The park is being constructed with …

Guntersville Farmer’s Market

Providing fresh sustainable, local food, the Guntersville Farmer’s Market is open April-October each year every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. During the months of April-October the market is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The market opens …

Lake Guntersville State Park

The Lake Guntersville State Park, located seven miles from downtown Guntersville, offers camping, a newly renovated lodge/hotel and conference center, lakeside cabins and mountain chalets. The State Park also offers visitors a delightful dining experie …

Lake Guntersville Bass Trail

Lake Guntersville is one of the many stops on the Alabama Bass Trail and home of the 2014 Bassmaster Classic. The Alabama Bass Trail features 11 of Alabama’s premiere bass-fishing lakes and stretches from the mountains of North Alabama south to the Mob …