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  2. Crane Hill
REEL SIMPLE Deep water amazing views!

REEL SIMPLE Located on the main channel of Smith Lake just down from Trident Marina .(Big Bridge)We have year round deep water which is crystal clear from all the natural streams that enter the lake. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the lake along with nice boat pier and swim dock! Located only 20 minutes from I65. Great for couples getaway or small family vacation or wether it maybe girls weekend or the guys fishing trip come check us out soon! MUST AGREE TO HOUSE RULES PRIOR TO BOOKING.

$185 per night
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  2. Arley
Time for Two - Smith Lake

It’s your turn to take “Time for Two”! Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. Cabin features everything you need for a couple’s getaway. Relax on the screened porch or on the 400 sq ft treetop deck. Great fishing from deck by the water. Lose yourself in a book or in the wooded 3 acre property. Luxury linens and all of the comforts of home. Big river floats provided to enjoy a calm day on the water. Grill and charcoal provided. Guests truly only need to bring groceries and clothing!

$133 per night
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Enchanting Cabin/Cottage on Beautiful Smith Lake

Enjoy the clear waters of beautiful Smith Lake in this cozy rustic/modern cabin, set on a large point lot with one of the best panoramic views on the lake, and only 20 steps away the water. Relax on the point at sunset, float or swim from the private boat dock/swim platform, or relax and enjoy the view from the large screened porch. It's the perfect lake experience, with plenty of indoor and outdoor amenities including WIFI to make your visit most enjoyable.

$249 per night

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Lewis Smith Lake vacation rentals

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  2. Jasper
Bay Pointe Bungalow, cheerful 2 bedroom sanctuary
$176 per night
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  1. Treehouse
  2. Crane Hill
WANDERLUST TREEHOUSE Book an experience!
$350 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Heaven on Smith Lake
$199 per night
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  1. Tiny home
  2. Crane Hill
ON THE ROCKS tiny home
$135 per night
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  2. Cullman
"Allie's on the Rocks" pet-friendly lake bungalow
$223 per night
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  2. Houston
Smith Lake, Yellowcreek Retreat
$152 per night
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  2. Cullman
Smith Lake Cottage
$94 per night
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  2. Cullman
֎ Lotus on the Lake - Private Waterfront Retreat ֎
$221 per night
  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Crane Hill
TINY PIECE OF HEAVEN .. (once a shed)
$95 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Crane Hill
New Smith Lake Modern Farmhouse Cottage w/ Hot Tub
$368 per night
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  2. Houston
Smith Lake Cave with waterfalls & more
$411 per night
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  2. Cullman
Keepin’ it Reel @ Smith Lake
$250 per night

Lewis Smith Lake house rentals

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  2. Arley
Smith Lake Getaway!
$113 per night
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  2. Arley
Lazy Lagoon-Private dock/ATV/Fiber Internet/WIFI
$200 per night
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  2. Cullman
❤Makin MEMORIES: with Dock/Hot Tub/Cable Internet❤
$334 per night
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  2. Arley
Newly Renovated - Gorgeous Views Right On Lake
$514 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Silverock Cove - 2 pools, Smith lake, Al
$364 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Smith Lake house - flat lot with beautiful views.
$282 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
'Muscadine Retreat' - Family Friendly, Flat Lot!
$491 per night
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  2. Cullman
Convenient Paradise: 15-min to I-65 & Cullman
$225 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Barney's Bluff Pet-Friendly Deep Water + Pontoon!
$281 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Heirloom Cabin - Lewis Smith Lake Alabama
$413 per night
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  2. Arley
Your HGTV Lakefront Designer Home Awaits!
$1,042 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
Dock Around the Clock !! Lake front with Game room, Dock, Fire Pit, and Grill
$421 per night

Lewis Smith Lake condo rentals

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  2. Jasper
Beautiful Lakefront Condo with Pool and Boat Slip
$158 per night
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  2. Jasper
Renovated Condo on Beautiful Smith Lake
$175 per night
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  2. Jasper
Best Condo at Smith Lake!
$225 per night
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  2. Jasper
Away From It All
$268 per night
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  2. Jasper
King's Landing
$210 per night
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  2. Crane Hill
My Serenity on Smith Lake - Crane Hill , AL
$319 per night
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  2. Jasper
Martin’s Smith Lake Condo
$264 per night

Your guide to Lewis Smith Lake

Welcome to Lewis Smith Lake

Sprawling over 21,000 acres and boasting 500 miles of shoreline, massive manmade Lewis Smith Lake (or just “Smith Lake”) is a water wonderland that offers a dizzying array of recreation options. Anglers flock here to try their luck at snagging spotted bass, sharing the crystal-clear waters with paddle boarders, kayakers, and swimmers, while adventure seeking cliff-divers take daring plunges from towering rock formations. Shoreline parks offer playgrounds for kids, and open-air pavilions host festivals and live music.

As you navigate the lake, you may pass “The Castle,” a quirky four-story waterfront mansion that resembles a medieval fortress, complete with rows of arched windows, a brick tower, and an imposing stone wall. And while you can find just about everything you need on the waterfront, from restaurants to gear rental, venture beyond its shores and you can explore acres of hiking trails and waterfalls in the abundant forests that ring the lake.


How do I get around Lewis Smith Lake?

Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM) is the closest major transportation hub, located just an hour’s drive south of Lewis Smith Lake. A rental car is your best option for getting to your destination and exploring nearby attractions. If you plan to go boating, there are plenty of rental outfits that will supply you with vessels of the motorized, paddle, and pedal variety, along with tubes and waterskis to pull behind them, if they’re your thing. Consider renting ahead of time if you’re visiting on a weekend or holiday, when business is brisker.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lewis Smith Lake?

Spring and summer, when temperatures are warm or downright hot and humid, are the ideal time to enjoy the cooling waters of Lewis Smith Lake. These months also usher in festival season, when surrounding towns throw spirited outdoor gatherings, and local businesses host waterfront firework shows and concerts. Every April the nearby town of Cullman throws a strawberry festival where you can sample the fruit baked into pies, blended into margaritas, and folded into more inventive concoctions, such as a strawberry pretzel salad. Fall can be a great time to visit if you prefer milder yet warm weather, and when temperatures dip in winter, you can still pull on a jacket and idle away a few hours fishing on the lake.


What are the top things to do in Lewis Smith Lake?

William Bankhead National Forest

To the west of the lake lie 180,000 uninterrupted acres of pristine wilderness known as “the land of a thousand waterfalls.” In addition to those dreamy natural wonders, you’ll find bluffs, canyons, and old-growth forests. Hiking, birdwatching, kayaking, and horseback riding are all options here.

Natural Bridge Park

This privately owned park in the city of Haleyville is home to an unusual rock formation: a 148-foot-long arch formed of sandstone and iron ore. Reportedly the longest natural bridge east of the Rocky Mountains, visitors are not allowed to tromp across its span, but you can hike underneath it.

Ave Maria Grotto

Brother Joseph Zoettl lived at St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman for nearly 70 years and devoted much of that time to constructing miniature replicas of important religious and famous sites from around the world. Zoettl’s intricate recreations are built of stone, cement, seashells, and broken glass and pottery, and blanket the site of a former stone quarry. Visitors can wander, Godzilla-like, through his tiny world on a pathway that carries you past 125 teensy buildings, including St. Peter's Basilica and the Colosseum.