Friday's FEATURED trip: Camping edition

 
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Get out in nature this weekend!

(ok, well maybe not THIS weekend, because Christmas...but tuck this idea away for later)

Here’s your Friday camping trip idea:




This trip is for: travelers who enjoy camping with a great view and being outdoors!

 
Lakeside campsite, Honeycomb Campground, photo via TripAdvisor

Lakeside campsite, Honeycomb Campground, photo via TripAdvisor

 

Where to go: Grant, AL

Drive time: 2 hours 20 minutes


 
Honeycomb Trail, photo via Woodlands and Waters

Honeycomb Trail, photo via Woodlands and Waters

 

What to do: request a lakeside campsite or a cabin.

The campground is located right on beautiful Lake Guntersville. Activities include fishing, kayaking, and boating. Nearby Honeycomb Trail provides an opportunity for hiking trails 7+ miles…some of it lakeside. Be on the lookout for eagles and osprey!

The Honeycomb campground offers a general store, laundry room, and renovated bathhouses. And…yes, it’s pet friendly!


Where to eat:

Rock House Eatery (pictured below)

Just because you’re camping outdoors, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on local dining experiences. Stop by downtown Lake Guntersville, see some shops, and grab a bite to eat at this #1 locals-rated establishment. This restaurant is 20 minutes away from the campground.

 
Rock House Eatery, Guntersville, photo via TripAdvisor

Rock House Eatery, Guntersville, photo via TripAdvisor

 

 
 

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