Alabama Mountain Lakes Region

logoThis region of Alabama features 3 sites on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, plus other great local and resort golf courses. Also known as the Alabama Mountain Lakes region, the golf courses in the northern part of the state are as scenic as they are challenging.

The northernmost destinations of Alabama have much to boast about in the way of golf. Scenic beauty paired with the topographical challenges play a distinct role in the golf experiences in the region. Golf travelers will find just the right course for their skill level, budget and playing style in the beautiful Alabama mountains. www.northalabama.org

Check out some of the other UNIQUE TRAILS in North Alabama:

Craft Beer Trail

Barbecue Trail

Bass Fishing Trail

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To win a Sweet Home North Alabama t-shirt this week, tell us: What is your favorite state park in north Alabama and why. Winner will be randomly selected from comments on Wednesday. #visitnorthal #contestmonday ...

To win a Sweet Home North Alabama t-shirt this week, tell us: What is your favorite state park in north Alabama and why. Winner will be randomly selected from comments on Wednesday. #visitnorthal #contestmonday

 

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DeSoto State Park! It’s so beautiful! Love DeSoto Falls and downtown Mentone so much! Nice cabins, beautiful woods and overlooks, Olympic size pool, great restaurant, beautiful nature.

Guntersville State Park-it's beautiful, love the cabins, camping, deer, & fishing with my family!!

Joe Wheeler State Park is beautiful, making memories and enjoying family time , plus meeting new friends !!!

DeSoto State Park; It has the best pool!

Guntersville state park it is family friendly and everything is there to do from camping to swimming and hiking...its beautiful...even a lodge and restaurant.

Monte Sano because I have so many memories of time spent with friends there during HS.

DeSoto State park because it's beautiful and close to where I grew up.

Joe Wheeler State Park. What’s not to love! Beautiful property & great views.

Lake Guntersville State Park. So quite and peaceful. Love fishing there.

Guntersville State Park.. Great place for nature lovers, cooking out with the family, so much you can do!

DeSota State Park... beautiful area and lots of hiking opportunities

Guntersville State park. Love the scenery and wildlife.

Guntersville it has a pretty lake and good scenery

Little River Canyon. There's waterfall , beautiful scenery, a place to grill and a place for our grown kids and grands to swim.

DeSoto it's so beautiful and has great hiking trails. We stayed there for a week. Love it

Lake Guntersville! It is just so beautiful to me!

I love Guntersville State park! I love go camping there and sit outside and watch the deers in the mornings ❤

We are blessed to have many beautiful state parks in Alabama to enjoy. I lean toward Cheaha State Park for the beautiful vistas!

Desoto State Park! Absolutely beautiful and the staff is always friendly.

Guntersville state park, it is so hard to pick we have so many.

Lake Guntersville State Park. Beautiful setting. Clean where swimming and boating are fun things to do along with enjoying the view of the lake in the evenings while grilling.

Lake Guntersville State Park Love watching for Eagles and eating at the lodge up on the mountain

Guntersville State Park ♥️

Guntersville State Park...it is beautiful and so peaceful!!

DeSoto State Park, especially in the fall. So much to do and makes me feel close to nature!

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It's the last weekend of our North Alabama Rock Star project, so we've got more clues for you:

1) You can really use your IMAGINATION at this PLACE in Gadsden.
2) You'll find some of the best sheets here at this location in Moulton.
3) If you go to this restaurant in Moulton, be sure to try their SIRLOIN.
4) You can learn all about an Olympic gold medalist here.
5) Play a round of golf at this location in Guntersville.
6) Learn about the history of Guntersville here.

Let us know when you find a rock by posting a pic of the rock on your social media, tag us, and use the #visitnorthal hashtag. If you need some help, go to www.northalabama.org. The next winner will be announced Monday, August 19, so get to hunting these and other rocks so you can be a North Alabama Rock Star! #northalabamarockstar
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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about fun AND free? Then don't miss the Franklin County Watermelon Festival, the Rockin' The River event at Joe Wheeler State Park-Alabama, and 3rd Friday Downtown Decatur this weekend. For more info on each event, click the link to go to our website: www.northalabama.org. #visitnorthal #freethingstodofriday ...

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about fun AND free? Then dont miss the Franklin County Watermelon Festival, the Rockin The River event at Joe Wheeler State Park-Alabama, and 3rd Friday Downtown Decatur this weekend. For more info on each event, click the link to go to our website: www.northalabama.org. #visitnorthal #freethingstodofriday

This week's Year of Alabama Stories is about Joe Wheeler State Park-Alabama.

"The park is named after Civil War general "Fightin' Joe" Wheeler, who lived and fought in the area and consists of 2,550 acres acquired from the Tennessee Valley Authority in 1949. In 1973-74, a major investment in the park included the addition of a lodge, an 18-hole championship golf course designed by the renowned Earl Stone, and a clubhouse." Since then many changes and renovations have taken place to make it the beautiful park it is today! (source: Encyclopedia of Alabama)

Don't forget that on Saturday, August 17 is the annual Rockin' the River event at the park. There will be games for the kids, food, and lots of live music. #visitnorthal #yearofalabamastories #al200 #alabamabicentennial

📸: Steve Minor
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This weeks Year of Alabama Stories is about Joe Wheeler State Park-Alabama. 

The park is named after Civil War general Fightin Joe Wheeler, who lived and fought in the area and consists of 2,550 acres acquired from the Tennessee Valley Authority in 1949. In 1973-74, a major investment in the park included the addition of a lodge, an 18-hole championship golf course designed by the renowned Earl Stone, and a clubhouse. Since then many changes and renovations have taken place to make it the beautiful park it is today! (source: Encyclopedia of Alabama)

Dont forget that on Saturday, August 17 is the annual Rockin the River event at the park. There will be games for the kids, food, and lots of live music. #visitnorthal #yearofalabamastories #al200 #alabamabicentennial

📸: Steve Minor

 

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My favorite state park. So peaceful and clean.

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