Things To Do

Attractions and activities in and around Lake Martin

Escape to the most incredible best kept secret of the South… Lake Martin.

48Carved out of the South’s most beautiful woodlands and hills, Lake Martin was the largest man-made lake in the world when it was constructed in 1927. Today, even as gracious homes, charming cabins, and cottages are snuggled along Lake Martin’s shoreline, the lake still seduces vacationers and residents alike with its incredible natural beauty.

Those seeking a relaxing retreat will certainly love it here, as well as boaters, anglers, golfers and water sports enthusiasts. Indeed there is something for everyone!

Creekside Lodge’s central location to cities such as Dadeville, Alexander City, Auburn-Opelika, Montgomery, Birmingham, and Atlanta make it the perfect place to stay and play.  With so much to do at the Lodge, there’s really no need to leave. But for those with an adventurous spirit, great family fun is never far away!

golfAttractions & Things To Do

Golf at StillWaters Resort only a couple miles away and at the Robert Trent Jones Grand National complex about 30 minutes away.

Tours and walking trails at Horseshoe Bend National Park 20 minutes away.  The only national military park in Alabama.

Shopping and antiques in nearby Dadeville, Alexander City and Auburn-Opelika.

Wind Creek State Park in Alexander City 30 minutes away. Enjoy camping and beaches on Lake Martin.

33Auburn University 30 minutes away. Founded in 1856, one of the largest universities in the south. Offering excellence in academics and athletics.

Russell Lands on Lake Martin Events Calendar
There’s always something happening on Lake Martin!

Tuskegee University in Tuskegee 40 minutes away.
Founded in 1880, steeped in academic excellence and the enduring legacies of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver and the Tuskegee Airmen.

Riverwalk in Montgomery 45 minutes away. Offers Amphitheater, Stadium, Skate Park and historic Union Station/Train Shed.

15Montgomery Biscuits Baseball in Montgomery 45 minutes away. “Play ball!” with the 2006 AA Southern League Champions.

Old Alabama Town in Montgomery 45 minutes away. Stroll historic 19th and 20th century authentically restored structures.

Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery 45 minutes away.
Attend award-winning theatre at the 6th largest Shakespeare Festival in the world.

Montgomery Zoo 45 minutes away. Over 700 animals from 5 different continents all housed in a natural, barrier-free environment.

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