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Chapel in the Pines

Established in 1965, Chapel in the Pines is an outdoor chapel situated on Logan Martin Lake. Share

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The Rocks

Known as the old quarry or simply, ‘the rocks,’ this rock formation near Lincoln Harbor is a huge attraction during boating season. It is ideal for swimming because of the deepness of the lake in that area, and many a brave soul scale them for use as a makeshift diving board. Boatloads of people gather […]

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Logan Martin Dam

Logan Martin Dam is an awesome sight, standing sentry over the south end of the lake. As an Alabama Power Company lake, it produces hydroelectric power. For anglers who try their luck on both sides of it, the dam also produces a popular fishing hole. For more information, visit Alabama Power’s Logan Martin Dam website. […]

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The River Bridge

Known as “The River Bridge,” the span across Logan Martin from Riverside to Embry Crossroads facilitates plenty of automobile traffic. On any given day, the water traffic below it is just as busy with boaters heading in both directions.   Share

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Old Railroad Bridge

The old railroad bridge at Riverside is a connector to Lincoln, providing a brief bit of shade for boaters passing underneath, while giving them a sense of history when rail traffic was the main source for transportation and shipping.   Share

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Stemley Bridge

Stemley Bridge connects St. Clair County to Talladega County by road, and down below lies picturesque Logan Martin Lake. Heading from St. Clair County across the bridge, look to the right to see Lincoln Harbor, Lakefront Estates, Enchanted Hills, Skyline 3 and Yacht Club. To the left are Mays Bend, Eastland Shores and the Stemley […]

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Goat Island

Goat Island got its name because of its residents – a band of goats. For decades, it has served as a landmark for boaters near Riviere Estates and Pine Harbor, and it is a popular spot for taking newcomers on the lake to see the goats. The goats earn their keep by keeping the island […]

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