Trail along Lake Guntersville
The main attractions of this trail are the views of the lake and the wildlife, most notably the birds. Lake Guntersville is a nesting area of the bald eagle; each January Eagle Awareness is held at the lake, when birdwatchers from all around come each weekend to watch the eagles leave their nests before dawn. The early morning event is followed by lectures about eagles back in the park lodge.
Large blue herons and ducks call this area home as well.
Directions: Google Directions
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|0||Tom Bevill Interpretive Trail||Loop around the top of Ellenburg Mountain|
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|1||Lickskillet Trail Loop||Loop combining three trails near Bailey Ridge and Lake Guntersville|
|12||Point Rock Trail||Most popular trail in Buck's Pocket State Park|
|12||Camp Road||Trail along South Sauty Creek|