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Camping at Goose Pond Colony Campground

Camp Alabama caught up with Selena Holloway, Park Manager at Goose Pond Colony Campground. She gave us some great information on the most popular activities in the campground, the best places for camping at Gooose Pond Colony Campground and how she would spend an hour in the park. Read below to learn about this great campground in North Eastern Alabama.

Selena’s Favorite Thing To Do In The Park
Picnic at the Gunterville lake front beside a campfire.

Selena’s Favorite Campsite
Site 66. It is our most popular site because it is located on the lake front with all the amenities and is very spacious.

Get To Know Goose Pond Campground

When was Goose Pond Colony founded? How did it start?
Goose Pond Colony was founded in 1968 as a private business. In 1970 The Tennessee Valley Authority deeded it to The City of Scottsboro.

What are the most popular activities in the resort?
There are many activities for visitors at Goose Pond Colony. It is located right on the large Guntersville Lake so fishing and boating are very popular. We also have a great trail system and people enjoy riding bikes or the walking trail.

Where is Goose Pond Colony located? What some of the other attractions in the area worth checking out?
Goose Pond Colony is located in Scottsboro,Alabama. There are many fun things to do around the area including Unclaimed Baggage Center a store full of great treasures, Cathedral Caverns State Park is an excellent day trip to visit the caverns. The Space and Rocket Center has a great museum and is fun for the whole family.

camping at goose pond colonyDo you have any group camping sites?
We have campsites that are located together for groups. We do not have a designated area.

How many campsites are at Goose Pond? What type of campsites are they? Open or secluded?
We have 121 campsites with hook ups and a large primitive area without hook ups. Some are open sites and others are secluded.

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