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Hiking & Biking

The hiking trails in Lake Guntersville State Park traverse moderate to difficult terrain and cover over 36 miles of park property. They are multi-use trails, serving as hiking, biking and horse trails. The trails are varied with some following alongside the banks of the Tennessee River, others leading to seasonal waterfalls and wildflowers.



Who hasn’t dreamed about flying and speeding through the air like a bird? At Screaming Eagle at Lake Guntersville explore the wilderness from the bald eagle’s perspective, high in the trees tops atop Taylor Mountain. You won’t be able to contain your spirit of adventure after you have completed this course!


Fishing Guides

Lake Guntersville is the premier bass fishing destination with so many coves and inlets. Our guides know exactly where to take you to ensure it is a day on the water you never forget! 


Local Eats

Here are some of our favorites outside of the Lodge of course :

Papa Dubis Cajun Restaurant 

Old Town Stock House

Rock House


Boat Rental

We will be happy to set up a boat rental for you to cruise our serine Lake Guntersville shores during your stay! 



Eagles Nest Golf Course

Gunters Landing