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Cannonballs off the dock. Rafting up at Chimney Rock on a sunny afternoon. Roasting marshmallows over the fire. Sunset happy hours. Lake Martin life provides endless opportunities to make lasting memories with the people who matter most to you. These are the kind of days worth savoring, the kind you'll never forget.
When we say sparkling blue waters, we mean it. Lake Martin is the first Alabama Treasured Lake, an exclusive honor awarded by then Alabama Governor Bob Riley to lakes that meet quality standards for cleanliness and nutrient enrichment. Those of us lucky enough to live or work on or near Lake Martin know how pure its beauty is. We also know it's up to all of us to ensure it endures for generations to come.
It's easy to get caught up in the busy-ness of life — meetings, overtime, emails, long commutes. Lake Martin reminds us that there's a simpler way of living. A way that brings us closer to the natural world — and to the ones we love. A way that favors bare feet over dress shoes. A way that feels like the real you.
There's no excuse for boredom here. The possibilities abound from fine and casual dining — on water and off — to gourmet ingredients for the feast on your deck, from woodsy adventures to the beats and rhythms of live entertainment. Here, you'll always find something to do to lighten your soul and put a smile on your face.
Lake Martin has an incredible number of trails designed for exploring our ruggedly beautiful terrain — stands of majestic pines and rolling green hills — and for exploring your own connection to the natural world — where the only sounds you hear are the call of birds and your own breath.
We don't just love Lake Martin. We know it inside and out. Lake life has its own secret language — sea walls, dock permitting, the rise and fall of lake levels to name just a few. We put our wealth of experience into helping people find the home of their dreams and handle all of the details. So you can make the most informed decisions possible — and get back to the lake.