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1 Guntersville Lake, voted the best lake in Alabama by Southern Living Magazine readers;
2 The section of the river immediately downstream from the dam is part of Guntersville Lake.
3 Arab is a city in Marshall and Cullman counties in the northern part of the U.S. state of Alabama, located 10 miles (16 km) from Guntersville Lake and Guntersville Dam, and is included in the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area.
4 Water service in Arab is provided through Arab Water Works, which gets water from Browns Creek in Guntersville Lake.
5 Fort Payne is within a 30-minute drive of substantial water recreational areas, notably Guntersville Lake, and Weiss Lake, an artificial lake on the Coosa River.
6 This section of the river is part of Guntersville Lake, which is created by Guntersville Dam about 60 miles downstream from Bridgeport.
7 This section of the river is part of Guntersville Lake, which is formed by Guntersville Dam nearly 30 miles (48 km) downstream.
8 It lies along the western edge of Sand Mountain, with the Tennessee River (Guntersville Lake) below.
9 The attraction of Guntersville Lake has brought in numerous real estate developers.
10 Guntersville Lake lies several miles to the north.
11 The town is concentrated along County Road 5 (Cathedral Caverns Highway, signed as Main Street in Grant) near the northern edge of Gunters Mountain, though the town includes corridors along CR 5 southward across the mountain to the shore of Guntersville Lake, and eastward along Baker Mountain Road to the edge of the mountain.
12 Union Grove is located approximately 3 miles (5 km) from Guntersville Lake and 6 miles (10 km) from Arab.
13 The town lies in the southwestern Sequatchie Valley in a relatively flat area surrounded by steep escarpments of the Cumberland Plateau on the north and west, low hills on the east, and Guntersville Lake (part of the Tennessee River) on the south.
14 The city is situated in the southwestern Sequatchie Valley between the Cumberland Plateau on the west and the Tennessee River (Guntersville Lake) on the east.