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Carefree Lake Living...Own at Smith Lake!

Enjoy life on North Alabama’s Smith Lake in a private neighborhood community without
the upkeep and maintenance of a lake home property. Ownership at Smith Lake RV & Cabin Resort provides a “home base” for all your lake activities and abounds in community amenities. The neighborhood atmosphere showcases oversized RV lots and custom resort cabins tucked into a gently rolling landscape.

RV lot ownership at Smith Lake RV & Cabin Resort offers an investment opportunity – building property equity – while saving on RV wear and tear and storage fees!

Designed to perfection and crafted without compromise, Smith Lake RV & Cabin Resort invites you to visit...and own at beautiful Smith Lake. This perfect weekend getaway – or full-time living – affords carefree lake living at its finest.

“Being a part of Smith Lake RV Resort has been a wonderful experience. Not only is it a beautiful place to spend time, it is filled with the most wonderful people you can imagine. Larry and Sandy have made the resort such a wonderful place for making memories with new friends and neighbors. Come for a visit and see for yourself.”
— John & Kathy V., Hoover, AL


Smith Lake — One of America'scompass showing the way to Smith Lake
Cleanest Lakes

Take in a panoramic view from Smith Lake’s signature mammoth
rock embankments...float in emerald green waters...or cast your
line along 562 miles of shoreline in one of America’s cleanest lakes.

Located on the Sipsey Fork of the Black Warrior River, Lewis Smith Lake sprawls over 21,000 acres in Cullman, Walker and Winston counties and is conveniently located near Birmingham and Huntsville metro areas. Easily accessible from I-65, Smith Lake is a popular weekend destination for second homebuyers, boat and ski enthusiasts and casual and sport fishermen from across the United States. Large mouth, hybrid striped white and spotted bass, black and white crappie, sunfish, flathead and channel catfish flourish in Smith Lake’s deep, clear waters.