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Eagle Nest at the Lake Guntersville State Park, Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3, photo by Joe SongerAL.com

Eagle Nest at the Lake Guntersville State Park, Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3, photo by Joe SongerAL.com

Cathedral Caverns State Park is worth the trip. Inside the cavern are some of the most beautiful formations Mother Nature has ever created including “Goliath”-- one of the largest stalagmites in the world measuring 45 feet tall and 243 feet in circumference.

Cathedral Caverns State Park is worth the trip. Inside the cavern are some of the most beautiful formations Mother Nature has ever created including “Goliath”-- one of the largest stalagmites in the world measuring 45 feet tall and 243 feet in circumference.

Lake Guntersville and Buck's Pocket - so peaceful! Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3

Lake Guntersville and Buck's Pocket - so peaceful! Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3

Cathedral Caverns State Park: Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic

Cathedral Caverns State Park: Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic

Cheaha has a mountain of reasons for you to visit!  Cheaha State Park is the pinnacle of natural beauty and awe in Alabama.  This foothill of the Appalachian Mountains is the highest point in the state.  Standing 2,407 feet above sea level, it is no wonder why the local Creek Indians named this place "Chaha," meaning high place.The park hosts hiking trails, mountain bike trails, a lake for swimming and fishing, an observation tower at the highest point, campgrounds, cabins, chalets,...

Cheaha has a mountain of reasons for you to visit! Cheaha State Park is the pinnacle of natural beauty and awe in Alabama. This foothill of the Appalachian Mountains is the highest point in the state. Standing 2,407 feet above sea level, it is no wonder why the local Creek Indians named this place "Chaha," meaning high place.The park hosts hiking trails, mountain bike trails, a lake for swimming and fishing, an observation tower at the highest point, campgrounds, cabins, chalets,...

Whitewater Kayaking at Buck's Pocket State Park, Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3

Whitewater Kayaking at Buck's Pocket State Park, Visit Marshall County’s three state parks and discover why we call them Majestic. #Majestic3

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