Got my reservations made as well, just down the road. If the state park runs out of cabins, Fishermans Landing at South Sauty is a nice place with 6 cabins (5 left) and about 15-20minute drive to the ramp at the state park: http://fishermanslandingatsouthsauty.com/index.html
what time does the weigh-in and Saturday activities end? As it stands now, I’m not staying Saturday night but may change that if things run real late.
Hi all – My wife and I own/operate D&E Landing Cabin Rentals at lake Guntersville. We’ve got BassCat owners staying with us this week and they told me about your tournament. We have 5 properties total (3 already booked) with 2 of them being available during the dates you’ll be in town for the tournament.
The cabins we have open are Lunker Lodge and Baker House both of which can be seen on our website http://www.delanding.com
– Lunker Lodge has up to 8 beds, 2 full baths and covered parking for up to 4 rigs with power and overhead lighting.
– Baker House has 6 beds, 1.5 baths with the same type of parking for up to 2 boats plus additional parking with power available if necessary.
We’re located at the Waterfront boat ramp which is mid lake 7 miles north of the Seibold Creek ramp (directly across the lake from the State Park). It’s about a 20 min or so drive to the State Park but as one other poster said, you can put in at Sielbold then run across the lake to the State Park which is pretty close.
Please let us know if we can help with anything before or during your tournament whether it’s for lodging, information about the lake or area or anything else. We’re here to help!