Logan Martin Lake is located in east central Alabama on the Coosa River approximately
30 miles east of Birmingham, Alabama and borders Talladega and St. Clair County. Situated along
the 17,000 acre Coosa River reservoir, Logan Martin Lake is nicknamed Lake of a Thousand Coves
by the locals. Sandwiched between it’s 275 miles of shoreline and along its 48.5 mile
length is Logan Martin Dam on the south and Neely Henry Dam on the north.
To put it simply, Logan Martin Lake is a water-lover’s haven. Because
its depth varies from 35 to 110 feet, it’s perfect for boating, skiing, swimming, and
some of the nation’s finest bass fishing. Large numbers of both largemouth and spotted
bass inhabit the lake, as well as striped, white, hybrid, crappie, catfish, bream, drum, carp,
If golf is your thing, Talledega Municipal Golf Course and Timber Ridge Golf
Course are nearby. And, for those who love the roar of an engine, Talladega Superspeedway is
just the ticket for late fall.
Numerous cities surround Logan Martin Lake, enabling the new “lake homeowner”
all the amenities of the city as well as the lush tranquility of the water’s edge.