It’s time to explore Alabama’s natural wonders and enjoy fishing along the way.

The state of Alabama is home to many natural wonders. Fortunately, amazing accommodations surround each of these, making it easy for you to enjoy quick, overnight visits as well as much longer explorations.

Stretching from North Alabama all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico, the state’s thirteen lakes are an extraordinary bonus to its widely varied landscape. Read on for ideas to get started on the road to your next adventure!

As one of the northeastern state parks, Lake Guntersville boasts new lodging, an abundance of fish, and a well-populated home for bald eagles

Gulf State Park, not far from the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, is home to many unique natural habitats that shift from salt water to fresh water. Kayak, bike or hike along the waterways via the Backcountry Trail in Gulf Shores.

Along Alabama’s eastern edge, near Lake Eufaula, you’ll find Lakepoint Resort State Park.  Hike, bike or boat and admire the views of the lake, which is known for its bass fishing. Throw in a line or two and see what you can catch.

From the shores of the sandy white beaches to the hills in the north, beautiful sights and amazing fishing are abundant. If you haven’t explored Alabama, this is the year for you!