Honey Comb Small Wild Area Trail
An outdoor enthusiats dream located near Huntsville and Guntersville, Alabama, the area offers hiking and biking trails, primitive camping, and designated hunting areas.
ADA Accessibility Notes
Not ADA accessible
Honey Comb Trail is located on Guntersville Reservoir in northern Alabama. There are five bluff overlooks on this trail and lots of opportunities to explore the lake’s edge – watch for bald eagles and ospreys. There are also ample opportunities to dip your toes in one of the many spring-fed creeks. Look for signage to explain the historic significance of this area.
Amenities: parking, hiking, biking, camping allowed.
Hunting permitted in area off TVA dam reservation land only; visit https://www.tva.com/environment/recreation/recreation-on-undeveloped-tva-public-lands for more information on undeveloped recreation lands.
Visit TVA's trail page for more information.
TVA is a partner of Leave No Trace and requests that visitors followLeave No Trace practices.
How to Get There
Trail is located off of HWY 431 about 26 miles south of Huntsville, AL or 18 miles north of Guntersville, AL at Guntersville Dam. Secondary trailhead is located just before entering Honeycomb Campground on HWY 431.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets welcome but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6-feet. TVA is a partner of Leave No Trace and requests that visitors follow Leave No Trace practices, including picking up after your pet.
9.3 miles one way
Vertical Gain or Loss
Moderate to Difficult