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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.
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So, you’ve decided to take some time off from everything and go on a camping vacation full of both relaxation and adventures, but you’re not sure where to go? Well, what you need to do is book an RV in Marshall County and then go camping at Riverview Campground. Bring your family and pets to this beautiful RV park located by equally stunning Lake Guntersville, where you can go boating (there are both ramps and a marina), fishing, and spend some time at the horseshoe pit or on the volleyball or basketball courts before sitting down to just enjoy the scenery. There are also many fun activities, such as Bingo, game nights, movies, and informative presentations.
RV camping at Riverview Campground isn’t just fun; it’s really comfortable as well. Some of the sites have electric hookups, some septic hookups, and others have both - and all of them have water, of course. You can get 50 amp service, and there’s WiFi as well as several dump stations that you’re free to use. Let the kids spend hours at the playground while you’re relaxing and sorting out the picnic that you can have either by the shelter or on the gorgeous beach.
Even though Riverview Campground camping is pretty spectacular, you’ll definitely want to check out the beautiful surroundings while you’re here. The town of Guntersville is very close to your rental RV and very pretty, and you can also get a taste of rich history and culture as well as attend fun events both there and in nearby Arab and Albertville. There’s also the option of heading to one of the forests to do some hiking, but when it comes to outdoor recreation, nothing beats fishing, so bring your pole and some bait and get angling.
Since you keep your RV rental at Riverview Campground, which is just by Lake Guntersville, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t make the most of being so close to one of the best fishing waters around. It’s especially famous for its excellent bass fishing, so if that’s your fish of choice, then you’re in luck. In fact, the lake is so good that it’s become the location for many tournaments, but it’s perfectly fine just to sit down and not count your catch - you don’t even have to use bait if you’re just in it for the relaxation.
On the other side of the lake, you’ll find Lake Guntersville State Park, and while you can definitely bring your rod and do some more fishing, there are also many other things to do in this idyllic park. You can hike on trails through beautiful natural woodlands while keeping an eye out for one of the bald eagles calling this park their home, or you can have a long, nice game of golf. Learn more about the area and its stunning nature at the outdoor nature center and, if you’re brave enough, you can fly through the air on a zip-line. There’s also camping here, in case you want to stay overnight with your RV rental.
If you feel like you haven’t quite done enough hiking yet, don’t worry - there are many trails that’ll provide you with both the outstanding scenery and a bit of history as well. Leave your camper rental in Guntersville and start walking the Cooley Cemetary Trail which not only takes you to some great fishing spots, but also past the remnants of old homesteads, including two standing chimneys. Once you’re back in town, you can give the Cave Mountain Trail a go as well, which will take you to the historic cave that played an important part during the Civil War.
If you’re a bit of a history buff, then you’ll love these next attractions and locations. This county has a whole lot of heritage, which you can see at places like the Albertville Museum, located in an old church and full of artifacts from a pioneer time gone by. If you want even more of that, then head to Arab Historic Village, where you can see for yourself what life was like for the early settlers. There’s a country store, a museum, a blacksmith shop, and an old farmhouse, as well as an old school and a grist mill.
You haven’t had enough of old stuff yet, have you? Good, because there are antique stores around, as well as outlet malls in case you want some newer things. If you’re lucky (or well-organized), you might catch one of the amazing events around, such as the Poke Salat Festival, Albertville’s Main Street Music Festival, and the Boaz October Harvest Festival, all with food, entertainment, and loads of fun.
Did you book your Guntersville camper rental yet? If not, you want to start your search right now - you don’t want to miss out on this great place.