Posts tagged with: Monte Sano State Park

Hike Huntsville: Land Trust Guided Hikes

Hike Huntsville: Land Trust Guided Hikes

  Whether you are new to the over 65 miles of Land Trust of North Alabama hiking trails or want to explore them more deeply, the spring Guided Hike Series is for you.  All hikes are free and you do not need to be a Land Trust member to join in the fun.     […]

Read More...

Hidden Huntsville Gems TBEXers Should Discover

Hidden Huntsville Gems TBEXers Should Discover

  Hidden Huntsville Gems TBEXers Should Discover Dear TBEXers, TBEX North America 2017 is almost here! We’re here to guide you to some of Huntsville “hidden gems” – those little-known places that are stumbled upon and capture a sense of wonder. Beyond making for perfect photo-ops, these places are just plain magical and deserve to […]

Read More...

Best Things to Do With Your Best Friend in Huntsville

Best Things to Do With Your Best Friend in Huntsville

  Looking to plan the perfect afternoon with your best friends in the Rocket City? Trying to come up with an activity that everyone in your group can enjoy? If so, you’re in luck! Whatever you’re planning, Huntsville has plenty of activities for an outing with your friends. We’ve got the ultimate guide for crafting […]

Read More...

[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I am SUPER excited to be kicking off the 2017 #iHeartHsv campaign! For the past three years, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau has hosted a social media campaign to encourage people around the world to share what they love about Huntsville and Madison County. Every day […]

Read More...

Four Things Sports Fans Should Know About Huntsville

Four Things Sports Fans Should Know About Huntsville

  Four Things Sports Fans Should Know about Huntsville Huntsville, a place where the skies are always clear for lift off, and everyone (and their grandmother) knows who Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide will “roll over” on any given fall Saturday. Known as the Yellowhammer State, Alabama could easily be better known for its football and […]

Read More...

VLOG: Dog-Friendly Activities in Huntsville!

VLOG: Dog-Friendly Activities in Huntsville!

  Dogs are man’s best friend, and who wouldn’t want to go out and do fun things with their best friend? Madison County is a very dog-friendly place, and in this video I’ll show you some of my favorite things to do with my pooch.   Visit a Dog Park Madison County hosts several off-leash […]

Read More...

Monte Sano Art Festival

Monte Sano Art Festival

    What could be better than a day spent enjoying both the natural beauty of Huntsville’s Monte Sano Mountain and the creations of more than 140 of the region’s finest artists? How about two days? This year, for the first time since its beginning 17 years ago, the Monte Sano Art Festival will expand […]

Read More...

Spend Your Labor Day in Madison County

Spend Your Labor Day in Madison County

  It’s 4:30 p.m. on a work day. Your eyes glance at the clock. You slowly gaze over the pile of work sitting on your desk; you sigh. Then – a ray of light. You see a date circled on your calendar. It appears to be a holiday. But, could it be? Yes, it could […]

Read More...

Birding in Huntsville & Madison County

Birding in Huntsville & Madison County

  If you like listening and watching birds, Huntsville has a lot to offer.  Madison County alone hosts 3 locations on the North Alabama Birding Trail. Here are locations and tips for Birding in Huntsville & Madison County!   Birding in Huntsville & Madison County Monte Sano State Park All 2,140 acres of Monte Sano State […]

Read More...

Dear WITS: 5 reasons to travel to Huntsville (from one traveler to another)

Dear WITS: 5 reasons to travel to Huntsville (from one traveler to another)

Don’t think of me as a girl born and raised in Huntsville, or a woman raising her family here now, or even the social media specialist for the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau, because that person might come across as a bit biased in her desire for you to choose Huntsville to host the […]

Read More...