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Guntersville Lake
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The best camping near Guntersville Lake, Alabama.

The cabin was built out of a former pole barn and served as a residence and retreat for the property owners.
Comfy bed with cozy quilts and fresh linens.
Exploring the grounds in the morning.
TV with VCR/DVD player, dishes, coffee pot, and farm sink in the cabin.
The owners collect antiques, including this functional pinball machine in the cabin.
Holliday Hide Away
100% 6 Responses
$85/night
Marissa
Marissa: This cozy cabin is a perfect retreat for a couple or anyone looking to get away for a w...
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Springhorn Ranch
Springhorn Ranch
Springhorn Ranch
Springhorn Ranch
Springhorn Ranch
100% 3 Responses
$30/night
Lauren
Lauren: Michele and Brad were great hosts! I showed up in 20 degree weather and Brad was more t...
The spring
Tent Site #1
First Light
Tent Site #3
Old Camp Building
Christian
Christian: Camp Mountain Lakes is an intriguing campsite. What used to be a massive property for ...
Mossy Turtle Tent Site
Drive to Mossy Turtle
Inside Mossy Turtle
A peek at the creek
Welcome to Back Achers!
Mossy Turtle Tent Site
100% 1 Response
$15/night
Bethany
Bethany: We at Back Achers Farm welcome you!! Our Mossy Turtle Tent Site (back road nearby) is...
Full moon camping here is the best!
Sunset over Sand Mountain
Our Big Sky Pastures
Our Big Sky Pastures
We offer year-round camping.
Jason
Jason: Keith was a great host on his 100 acre farm. Even when we had a little trouble starting...
Two campgrounds  at The Bolo to choose from for RV hookups, The Sinking Cove Campground and The Little Crow Creek Campground.
Some of the best horseback riding trails in the South, facilities available for you to bring your own horse or rent our horses.  What a great way to spend the day!!
A wonderful place to spend visiting with friends!
Choose where you want to tent camp.
Kayaking available, bring your own or rent ours, early spring to mid-summer is the best time for this activity.
The Bolo Club
100% 1 Response
$20/night
Jen
Jen: We spent five days at The Bolo Club and loved it! There were so many helpful amenities ...

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Our beautiful lake
Welcome to Back Achers!
Another lake view
Peek of the creek
Chickamauga Creek View
Bethany
Bethany: We at Back Achers Farm welcome you!! Our Fortex Site named by Baz Shaw, local legend...
Just a lounging!
Parking can be close by in case you forget something from the car
Again, enjoying the shaded tailgate and some delicious Campbells!
While you're on top of the bluff make sure to take in the glorious views!
Found a little nook to set up our hammock and tent!
Bluff Top
90% 5 Responses
$20/night
Casey
Casey: Host was awesome and sounds like they have plans to make this space available and aweso...
Heidi, our ambassador tarpan
Entrance to house.  Hound escort optional
Helping
J
J: *We are opening our space for animals displaced by the Hurricane. Please call me...
Looking up the driveway from "Container Camp".
Looking down the driveway, from "Container Camp".
"Container Camp" from the driveway.
Container Camp
Ben
Ben: Located partway up the hill towards the craggy outcroppings of Chandler Mountain,...
Where would you like to pitch your tent?
Pasture
The pond at twilight.
If you camp in this pasture we can run electric to you for a fan, heater, TV, apnea machine or whatever you choose!
Hello! Welcome!
Amy
Amy: Come camp with us and meet our body builders of the horse world! Enjoy tent camping...
Our road leading to country camping
Street view of our home and driveway leading to campsites
Refreshing pool waiting for you. View from the pool deck, 5 steps to climb up.
Campsite area
Campsite area
Annette and Neal
Annette And Neal: Quiet country road camping. 3 Primitive sites on 1 acre grassy land.   Shaded areas....
Tent camping at Bairdsnest
Entrance to tent site area
Path to Bathhouse
Bathhouse
Bairdsnest Pond looking upward to tent area
Monte
Monte: A great place to unplug and be treated like family. Sit back and listen to the birds...
Parking spot and fire ring.
Looking past the parking spot to ample tent space.
Fire ring. Lots of dead fall for fuel.
This is the mailbox to look for. Last driveway before Chandler Mountain Road goes up the mountain towards Horse Pens 40.
Looking past the parking spot, on the driveway, towards the Southeastern Climbeer's Coalition Land Trust property and driveway. Notice the small sign.
Ben
Ben: As an easy to access respite, only a few yards from Hwy 42/Chandler Mountain Road,...
Stay in a beautiful log cabin over looking the creek with all  amenities
Enjoy a homestead experience, even gather your own fresh eggs for breakfast.
Creekside camping, fishing, swimming, or just relaxing.
Enjoy the natural environment of life on a homestead.
Pet a goat, or even learn how to milk a goat.
Skip and Shelly
Skip And Shelly: Enjoy a relaxing morning sitting by the creek listing to the water babble over the...
180 Degrees of Heaven
180 Degrees of Heaven
Sandra
Sandra: Camp with the Indian spirits. This 10,000-12,000 year old Indian site with mounds...
6-8 Person Camper in St. Elmo
6-8 Person Camper in St. Elmo
6-8 Person Camper in St. Elmo
photo taken at a festival
6-8 Person Camper in St. Elmo
Melody
Melody: Nestled on a dead end street beside a wooded lot you'll find our retro camper with a...
Small stream to hike to. Time enjoy peace and quiet.
Beautiful Duck River Dam
The Sun breaking through the forest .
Love four wheeling and canoeing !
Nice open area for a tent .
Brian
Brian: Set up your campsite in a field near the road (for easy unloading of gear) or go part...
View upon leaving your site
Entrance to the sleeping VWs.
You must hear the one about how the lake, errrr...arrived. :-)
Great for photos!
Don't wake the bus!!
Alexis
Alexis: It was even better than we expected. Went here because Cloudland Canyons campground was...
The woods here are said to be haunted but not in a malevolent way.  Strange sounds in the woods, sudden winds, leaf movements, crows that follow your movements and buzzards will circle you.  The woods can be creepy but in a fun way.
Aerial view of some of property including where the Hipcamp camp is located.
Mt. Doom Haunted Forest
Turkey buzzards and black crows will welcome you here and circle your campsite.  You may pet them as they are super friendly but watch your fingers.
Paintball and airsoft sports are played here on weekends so it may be a little noisy during the day.  Your party would be welcome to join in! I can set up a private game for you anytime of the week, even at night! Call 256-339-1601 to schedule a private game
Doug
Doug: Over 200 acres of undeveloped southern woodlands surrounded by corporate owned...