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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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If you’re looking for an ideal combination of outdoor fun, relaxation, and lots of culture, then it might be time for you to book an RV in Marshall County. Not only will you be in beautiful Alabama, but you’ll also get to camp at Honeycomb Campground, where the kids can play at the playground while you’re preparing for a day by the lake. There are boat docks with boat and canoe rentals at this RV park as well as a beach where you can swim, and after a whole day of fun in the sun (or a half, should you want a break) you can sit down by the picnic tables and have a yummy barbecue. Pets are welcome, too - just don’t let them get too close to the grill.
When RV camping at Honeycomb Campground, you’ll have a whole array of site options such as lakeside or not, and you can also decide if you want just electric hookups or water as well. There is 20/30/50 amp service, and you can access the dump station as well as ask for pumping service. Make use of the restrooms and showers, and if there’s anything you’re missing, such as RV supplies or snacks, just head to the camp store and stock up, easy peasy.
Of course, you can stay by your motorhome rental at Honeycomb Campground during your whole camping vacation, but considering how much there is to see and do in the area, that would be a shame.Visit local Grant or head to Arab, Guntersville, or Albertville, where you can experience some first-class events, culture, and history, or answer the call of the wild and go get some outdoor time in one of the nearby national forests. Birding is very popular in the area, but when it comes to popularity, nothing beats fishing, so bring your tackle box and angler outfit.
If you rent an RV in Grant, Alabama, and happen to be quite an avid angler, then you’ve really hit the jackpot. You’ll be camping by Lake Guntersville, famous for its excellent bass fishing - it’s so good that there are various fishing tournaments throughout the year. Whether you want to bring out your competitive side or just enjoy fishing in your lonesome is up to you, and hopefully, there’ll be bass for dinner. If you want some more action, try to be around for the annual Hydrofest where the hydroplane racing is unlimited.
Since you’re in the area, you might as well head to Lake Guntersville State Park and enjoy even more of the beautiful Alabama nature. Other than fishing and various beach activities, here you can hike on trails through natural woodlands while keeping an eye open for the most famous visitor: the bald eagle. You can also play a game of golf, check out the outdoor nature center, or even try out the zip-lines. Who knows, maybe you’ll like it so much that you decide to park your RV rental here for a night or two.
If you want some more use out of your hiking boots, then just park your camper rental in Guntersville and start hiking the Cooley Cemetary Trail. Walk past some great fishing spots and two standing chimneys that once were part of old homesites, and when you’re back in town, you can hike the Cave Mountain Trail as well, where you can see a historic cave that was used during the Civil War. Another choice is to follow in the footsteps of the Native Americans who walked the Trail of Tears and then visit the Guntersville Museum to see the treasures that were left behind, such as pottery and arrowheads.
Your history lesson isn’t over yet, not with so many historic sites and establishments in the area. Pay a visit to Albertville Museum in the old church, full of artifacts from the pioneer past of the town, or you could head to Arab Historic Village if you want to see for yourself how the early pioneers lived. Check out the Old Hunt School, country store, museum, blacksmith shop, and grist mill before entering the Boyd Homestead, a farmhouse complete with a smokehouse and an outdoor toilet.
Marshall County is also the home of many events and festivals such as animal shows, the Poke Salat Festival, Albertville’s Main Street Music Festival, and - of course - the Boaz October Harvest Festival where you can buy antiques, enter the 5k Harvest Moon Midnight Run, and eat delicious food while finding out who wins the motorcycle poker run. Watch a play or some live music, shop at everything from antique stores to outlet malls, and have a burger, a juicy steak, or some seafood in one of the local restaurants.
Have you booked your RV rental in Guntersville yet? Then do it soon, because this is something you don’t want to miss.