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Mixing the rustic environment created by the CCC with the modern demand for technology, Monte Sano State Park is the perfect place to plan your next retreat or “get together.” Only a short drive from downtown Huntsville, you leave the serenity of the park to explore the space age lifestyle of “The Rocket City.”

 

 

Take the family to the Space and Rocket Center to see what makes the space race so spectacular. Grab a bite to eat and settle in for a movie at the IMAX. Bring the family back to the park and catch a show at the on-site observatory operated by the Von Braun Astronomical Society.

Did you bring your fishing pole?  Monte Sano State Park is less than an hour’s drive to Wheeler Lake or Lake Guntersville, both of which are home to several annual bass fishing tournaments.  If your not in the mood in the for big waters and want to sit in the shade and relax on the banks, try wetting a line at the Madison County Lake or Sharon Johnston Park.

 

 

If you’re still looking for something for else to do get out your golf bag and take the short drive down the mountain and play a few holes on the “Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.”