Spotlight on Jackson, Marshall, DeKalb & Cherokee: Culture & Recreation

Outdoor attractions abound in these four counties — from boating to snow skiiing to riding ATVs. Also, there are museums, historical parks and more.

The Lodge complex at Lake Guntersville State Park overlooks the 69,000-acre lake. Lake Guntersville State Park • Alabama’s largest lake was created in 1938 when the Tennessee Valley Authority dammed portions of the Tennessee River to control flooding and provide low-cost hydroelectric power. The lake is nationally known for largemouth bass.…

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