6 Parks near Guntersville, Alabama
Jul 2013 - $40.00
Great Park. Ownership, but they do rent some sites. Very friendly, near lots of wilderness, hiking, parks and lakes for fishing. - User3143
Apr 2012 - $22.00
A little out of the way and not on the lake, but very clean and a very friendly manager. This is a deed purchase park where unused lots are rented as camp sites. All roads are paved, and the sites are large with concrete pads and patios. Water hook up was a little inconvenient, but managable. We would stay here again. - ratracer
Sep 2010 - $30.00
We were told about this park by some people we met on the road. We read the last 2 reviews and thought we would give it a try. We were very disappointed. I have to believe the people that wrote these reviews were friends of the park because most accounts are incorrect. First the streets around sites are very narrow. Next, there is almost no lighting in the lower section (we did not stay there but walked down there). The park seems to cater to fisherman, so there are boats. I did see kids running around and through sites. This is NOT a resort by any definition. If you think it classifies as one you need to get out more often. The owners are super friendly. the term "port" is widely used to describe what is at this park. Restaurants are a distance away but the food it good once you get there. The park is quiet. There are many people that drive through that don't stay here: that gave me great concern. There is no security of any sort so I can believe that anything could happen at night. We will not come back. - turner5050
Oct 2015 - $32.00
Honeycomb is Federal property (TVA) leased to a management company. The layout and general construction is similar to a COE or US Federal Service campground. The management company does a good job in running this park. The facilities are well maintained.
Honeycomb has a monthly rate, and many of the campers here are "long term". However, the campground does not resemble a typical private campground with close spaced campers and plumbed in sewer connections. In fact, there are no sewer connections on these sites.
The sites are well spaced and level. Most are large enough for a motorhome, but check with the office before reserving; the map published on the Honeycomb website does not have lengths indicated on it. There is a nice fishing pier available to the campers and another close dock for boaters. There are two trails for hiking - one just around the CG and another longer trail that goes along the lake. Most sites are partially shady, but with enough holes in the trees to allow for satellite reception. There is a swimming beach also.
There is a small camp store that has junk food, camping supplies a d fishing worms.
The discount rate they offer for seniors is 10%. I forgot to ask for it when I registered and asked about it when I Checked in. Instead of giving me a refund for the 10%, they gave me a store credit, which was fine with me.
This is a nice CG and we will return. - Bama Camper
Oct 2015 - $20.00
This was our first stay at Honeycomb but it won't be our last. We reserved a site on the lake and had a beautiful view. The gravel site was perfectly level side to side and close to level front to back as well. There are no sewer hookups, but for a $12 fee, the honeywagon will come to clean out your holding tanks. We took advantage of this & avoided the line at the dump station when we left. The bath houses were well-stocked and cleaned each morning. My only complaint was that the staff came around to clean them between 8:00 & 9:00, when most people wanted to take showers. The sites have a lot of shade, mostly pine trees. There are boat docks, a beach & swimming area on the lake and a campground store. The firewood was overpriced ($5.00 for a 5-piece bundle) but we didn't see anywhere else nearby to buy it. The sites have large metal firepits and nice metal mesh picnic tables. We look forward to returning to Honeycomb! - User294
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Had another excellent stay at Honeycomb. Campground is always clean and staff is helpful. Nothing like being able to take 6 steps and casting in to Lake Guntersville and pulling out a bass. Still I wish they had sewage hookup but maybe that will come at some point in the future. That's the only reason for a 8 instead of 10. Its still a great weekend away. We camped in a 5th Wheel. - ctcbama
Nov 2015 - $37.00
I stayed here several nights and what a beautiful park right on the lake. The sites are open and not too close together. The bathhouse/restroom was neat and clean. The lady in the office could not have been more helpful or nice. The infrastructure is showing a little age but everything worked well. You can get several off air TV channels from Guntersville as there is no cable TV in the park. Wifi did work well however. - TLL
Sep 2015 - $24.00
We have visited this park many times. It seems they keep improving as time goes on. The newest addition from our last visit is the WIFI and cell signals are great now. In the past, one would only get the services at the lodge. Most of the old trees were damaged by a tornado several years ago so most of the camp ground is cleared. A few camp sites are slab, but not all. The rest are gravel and not as level as they could be. This is the only reason they don't get a 10. New trees have been planted. The grounds a kept beautifully. Dinner at the lodge is great and service is outstanding. The view from your dinner table over looking the Tennessee river is breath taking. The geese and deer roam freely though the park and the entry road so you must be careful driving around the park. Fishing and other water sports are easily accessed here. Having traveled the world we found the people of the region are for the some of the most friendly we've ever met. - Laptopwillie
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Stayed in camp for 3 nights over Labor Day weekend. Found by luck and very thankful we did. It was beautiful. Lots of lake there and plenty to do. - rbr
Sep 2012 - $32.00
Please don't be deceived by the pictures from the website. This "resort" is much older than it looks and the "amenities" are not as they appear. We arrived on a Tuesday and were greeted by nice employees who checked us in and told us that we could just drive around and find a spot that we liked. As we drove through the park, it became clear that this was a "long term stay" resort that looked a lot like a mobile home park. We finally found a spot and set up. We had been camping for several days before, so my wife wanted to do laundry at their facilities. When she entered the laundry room, she found 4 washers that were all being used by the same person. We tried fishing from the pier, but the hydrilla is so bad in the lake that it makes it almost impossible to fish (this is not a negative towards the resort). We took our children to the game room which ended up as a disaster. They tried 3 different games, each costing .50, and all 3 games took the money without letting them play. We went to the office and the only response we received was "sorry, but we don't give refunds on the game room". By the way, there is no sign in the game room stating this, and the fact that we were with the kids when it happened should have been sufficient for them to refund our $1.50. The "miniature golf" course is a joke. All of the holes are identical and they were covered in leaves. The only amenity that proved to be worth the stay was the indoor pool. However, my wife had to call me to come to the pool due to the fact that some old man was sitting in the jacuzzi staring at my wife and kids. When I arrived, he quickly left. All in all, this resort is not worth the $32/night that they charge, and they definitely need to update their amenities or update the pics on their website. They also need to do a better job of keeping up the place and not letting it look "trashy". The woman who was using all of the washing machines informed my wife that they had to fumigate their RV for fleas due to the fact that the park had become infested. I sprayed/fogged the area around our trailer on a regular basis and we did not have any problems with fleas. We will not be returning to Little Mountain Resort. - bddo
May 2012 - $32.00
This is a large park. Sites are grass, so some have ruts due to heavy vehicles and/or soggy ground. It's obvious most sites are long term campers. The sites are very narrow there was less than 12 feet between the power supply and concrete patio. Only two pull-throughs in this huge park. Very odd check in, the office staff had no idea what sites were available so told us to find a site and report to them. Be aware of traveling up Hwy 68 to get there as it is curvy, narrow and no shoulders on the road. We would not return here. - User1828
Apr 2012 - $30.00
Nice park, good fishing, great amenities, spacious lots, staff that we met all friendly but one rather unfriendly lady. Shade trees abound, but still big rig friendly around parts of the park. Mini golf, indoor pool, outdoor pool (during certain times of the year), marina and boat slips available. Lots of campfires around, so if smoke bothers you like it does me, you'll have to keep the windows closed. Hubby doesn't mind it, but it gives me a headache so I have to avoid it. Lots of fire material around it appears. Overall a very nice park that we would enjoy coming back to again. - kingskids
Sep 2012 - $22.00
Campsites could be leveled better; there are a fair number of semi permanent campers. Host was helpful and friendly. There was a dump station, two bath houses, boat ramp, and good neighbors. Quiet campground located on Lake Guntersville. We will camp there again. - AU Fishing