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Recent Logan Martin Lake reviews

  • What a fun time!

    "This is a wonderful place to stay! It was located in a perfect location for all of our trips to the Race Track and to various attractions and restaurants nearby. We had 8 people from 8 years old to 68 and everyone had a great time. The younger generation had a ball swimming and playing in the water. The house was very very clean and had everything we needed for cooking and sleeping. Rex and Denise are wonderful to work with. We would recommend this home to anyone looking for a great place to stay and are looking forward to staying there again!"
    Guest: Kathy C Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: February 22, 2015
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  • Affordable & Spacious Lake Cabin for a Weekend Getaway

    "My family of four had a relaxing stay at Compton's Cocktail Cove last weekend. The owner, Jay, was very accommodating with all of my spontaneous requests. The cabin was clean and cozy with a homespun feel, with the exception of the bathrooms which were both recently updated and fresh. The beds we used were comfortable, and provided higher quality linens than expected given the modest rental price. The only drawback was the low water level this time of year. Certainly no fault of the owner, but something to consider if you're planning to fish or bring a boat before April. We'll certainly return this summer as our stay wasn't nearly long enough. I would like to get back to reading on the hammock asap!"
    Guest: Sarah H. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 19, 2015
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  • Awesome Condo

    "Great place, great location and wonderful accommodations! Every time we come to the races, this is our place to stay. Owners are easy and nice to work with. Will be back next time."
    Guest: Barbie E. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 7, 2015
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  • You Have A Wonderful Home

    "You have a wonderful home. We had an amazing time. We got to see some friends we hand't seen in years. This weekend was such a treasure, that we will always remember. There wasn't a moment that someone wasn't cooking something fantastic. I hope we can make another trip here again. Thank you so much."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 15, 2014
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Logan Martin Lake Travel Tips

Logan Martin Lake Vacation Rentals are Conveniently Located

Sitting on the east central Alabama’s Coosa River, just 30 miles from Birmingham, are Logan Martin Lake condos. This lake is almost 50 miles wide with around 275 miles of shoreline. It is located between Logan Martin Dam and Neely Henry Dam. Its depth ranges from 35 feet to 110 feet and it is home to some great bass fishing. The area is conveniently located near several main roads such as Interstates 20, 65 and 85.

Logan Martin Lake Houses for Great Bass Fishing and More

Set in the north central region of Alabama, Logan Martin Lake vacation rentals are set within 44,000 acres of recreational area. It is a perfect getaway spot, with its simply wonderful scenery and activities such as swimming and fishing. It also features some excellent golf facilities within easy reach. It is an ideal place from which to explore this beautiful, historic region. Many visitors here will take the opportunity to visit the Telladega National Forest for its wide variety of outdoor activities.

At Moundville, visitors can discover the archaeological site of 26 earthen mounds, known to be the site of the largest North American city in 1,000 AD. With over 300 acres of parkland, visitors to Moundville can enjoy the museum, Indian village, and nature trails. In sharp contrast, the city of Birmingham is one of the most modern, dating from the 1800s. Near here, visitors can also journey to Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park with its museum, gristmill, old country store, early settler cabins and the remnants of the old ironworks. Celebrating Alabama’s past as a major iron producer is Vulcan Park. Here, visitors will be impressed with the largest cast iron statue in the world. The 124-foot statue was built in 1904 for the St. Louis World’s Fair. With its location on top of Red Mountain, the park offers stunning views of Birmingham. Also of interest to those who enjoy history or sport is a visit to Richwood Field, the world’s oldest ballpark. Dating from 1910, this ballpark was home to local farm league teams and some legendary baseball players called this park home. Among them are Piper Davis, Willie Mays, Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron.

Explore Historic Alabama From Logan Martin Lake Houses

It is impossible to spend time at Logan Martin Lake houses without taking the opportunity to learn more about the region's connections to the Civil Rights Movement. Visitors here should not miss a trip to the Civil Rights Institute. This modern facility provides exhibitions and interactive displays of this important era. Also, visit the renovated 16th Street Baptist Church. The original church dated from 1873 and is the site of the infamous bombing in 1963 that killed four little girls and gained notoriety around the world.

The Alabama Museum of National History at Tuscaloosa houses a wonderful collection of fascinating artifacts from prehistoric times. The region's mining past is remembered at the Alabama Mining Museum in Dora and visitors here can learn more about the awful conditions of the original miners. At Marion, Judson College houses the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame and Marion Military Institute. This institute dates from the Civil War and was once a Confederate Military Hospital. A fascinating and unusual museum is at Aliceville, where artwork made by German Prisoners of World War II is preserved. The Karl C. Harrison Museum is home to a collection of memorabilia from George and Martha Washington. See artifacts such as Hitler’s silver tea service and art from around the world at the Berman Museum of World History. And a day trip to the colonial village at Montevallo is certainly not to be missed.

Logan Martin Lake condos are Ideal for Couples and Large Families

Spectacular Logan Martin Lake condos are available around this wonderful lake. Homes available range from cozy cottages to large family homes. Each offers space inside and out, making for a great selection for any size of family or group of friends. All come with everything you need to create the perfect base for a vacation. They include luxurious extras such as big screen TVs, entertainment systems, BBQs, decks by the lake’s edge and much more.

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