Lake Guntersville State Park Hiking Trails
7966 AL Hwy. 227
Guntersville, AL 35976
Toll free: 800-548-4553
Cascade Trail: Follows a natural woodshed with large boulders, pools, cliffs and wild azaleas. Access at 35 mph sign just inside park entrance on the back side of the Nature Trail across from the lodge; follow the blue markings; 1 mile.
Creek Floor to Point Rock Trail: Steep but not difficult trail with beautiful scenery; 1.25 miles at Buck's Pocket State Park.
Cutchenmine Trail: In Lake Guntersville State Park; about 2.5 miles one way (not a through trail); orange blazes.
Exercise Trail at Lake Guntersville Lodge: About .75 miles around tennis courts. (Lodge is currently closed for renovations)
Lickskillet Trail: Old Indian path parallels Town Creek in the Lake Guntersville State Park area; about 3 miles total; orange blazes.
Primitive Campground Trail: Easy 3 mile trail from Buck's Pocket to Morgan's Cove; follows South Sauty Creek with a primitive campground halfway.
Seale's Trail: Gorgeous fall color with maple, hickory and beech. Follow blue markings; easy; 2 miles.
Spring Trail: Connects 2 legs of the Tom Bevill Trail. Goes by an old Indian spring that flows even in dry weather; follow blue markings; .25 miles.
Tom Bevill Trail: Begins at Lake Guntersville State Park, circles Ellenburg Mountain. Has old home sites (see brochure available in park office); 3 miles; orange blazes.
Water Trail: May be entered from back side of Nature Trail at Lodge or from Park road. A small waterfall is present during times of sufficient rainfall. Wild azaleas and cliffs. Moderate; follow yellow markings; about .75 miles.
Town Creek Multipurpose Trail: (Work in progress) The goal is to go completely around Town Creek. Between 20 and 30 miles of trail will be built and maintained for the duration of the Park. It is a completely volunteer project from Mountain Bikers, Horse Back Riders, to Hikers and outdoor enthusiast. For more information (256)572-1805