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Celebrating Alabama’s Restaurant Week around Lake Guntersville

It is officially Alabama Restaurant Week! This celebration comes every year, and we love to talk about all of the good eats you can find in our corner of Alabama the Beautiful. When you come to #explorelakeguntersville, we have a ton of options of local joints that will leave you craving it when you’re back home. Here are some of our favorites...

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3 Reasons Why You Should Come to SugarFest

The SugarFest is approaching fast! The festival happens every year on the Saturday of Labor Day closing out the summer in a sweet and fun fashion! SugarFest is an all-day festival beginning at 7:30 a.m. with the Sugar Rush 5K and ending at 8:15 p.m. with a spectacular fireworks show. If you are looking for something to do around the Lake Guntersville...

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Lake Guntersville Summer Bucket List Challenge

If you have things on your Lake Guntersville bucket list that you quite haven’t marked off your list, well we are giving you the opportunity to do them and win a prize! Complete all ten items on the Lake Guntersville Summer Bucket List Challenge, and you win a bucket hat and sticker and a chance to win a stay at the brand-new City Harbor along...

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Our Happy Place: Celebrating National Travel & Tourism Week

Dig deep. Think of that smell, sound or sight that makes you happy. We hope that maybe one of those is here in Marshall County, Alabama. It could be seeing jet skis gliding on Lake Guntersville, the smell of a fresh wood fired pizza at Jules J. Berta Winery. Or maybe it’s the laughter of people at any of our fabulous festivals. We think that...

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Discover the Hambrick Bat Cave by Kayak

The Hambrick Bat Cave is a once in a lifetime experience if you want to really #explorelakeguntersville. Thousands of bats emerge at sunset just below the Guntersville Dam giving viewers a chance to see this endangered species. What is the Hambrick Bat Cave? Gray bats emerging from the Hambrick Bat Cave on Lake Guntersville. Video taken by...

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Why You Need to Visit the Arab Historic Village

Step back in time at the Arab Historic Village. It is filled with history and artifacts of the early 1900s. History buffs and visitors alike will enjoy taking a walk through this village nestled by the Arab City Park. There are several buildings that each represent stores, homes, churches and more just like the old days. They even have special events...

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