- The list below includes 19 free or cheap things to do in or near Guntersville, Alabama, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, National & State Parks, Festivals and History Museums.
- From Lake Guntersville to Lake Guntersville State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Guntersville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Scottsboro, Huntsville and Attalla.
Onyx Cheerleading & Gymnastics is a recreational facility that features youth summer camps, music lessons, stunt training, and flexibility classes. The facility also offers choreography classes, and semi-private and private lessons.
Jay Landings Marina provides a variety of boating amenities and services including wet slips, dry storage, mechanics, a ramp and a 25 ton travel lift. They also have a public gathering place with a fire pit and picnic tables.
The Cinemagic Theatre offers a choice of indoor or outdoor movie viewing. The drive-in shows quality new-releases with modern audio and video capabilities. A clean, friendly, and warm atmosphere awaits movie lovers of all ages on the inside as well.
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100 North Beaty Street, Athens, AL 35611 MoreLess Info
Consisting of interlacing trails, Athens-Limestone County Nature & Heritage Trails takes visitors through various parks and recreational areas in the city. These trails include the Civil Wart Trail, the 89-Mile Noah Bike Trail, the Antebellum Trial, and other historic pathways.
Artifacts like uniforms, weapons, medals, books, and photographs are on display in a large exhibit at the Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives. Visitors can also access a monthly coffee call, gift shop, meeting facilities, and guided tours by local veterans.
Featuring the work of a local artist, Carole Foret Fine Art offers visitors prints and paintings with subjects like animals, still life, Jesus, and more. The artist also has commission work available for custom paintings.
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101 N. Houston St., Athens, AL 35611 MoreLess Info
Readers and history buffs will find plenty to explore at the Houston Memorial Library and Museum, the former home of U.S. senator George S. Houston. Visitors can survey the book section then head upstairs to view furnishings and family artifacts.