Why Russell Lands On Lake Martin Is Perfect For…


As a family business, it's no surprise that we love accommodating kids and their parents. That's why so many of our neighborhoods feature family-friendly recreation centers--like The Ridge Club recreation complex, Willow Point Golf & Country Club, and Glynmere Resident's Club--not to mention our family events throughout the year. Many of our current residents used to vacation here as kids, and we love having them back again with their families.


With over 100 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, and more than 40,000 acres of clear blue water, Russell Lands is the perfect spot to create your own adventure. Don't have all the equipment you need? No problem! Stop by the Adventure Center to rent canoes, kayaks, and bikes, or stop by one of our marinas to pick up some water equipment such as tubes, skis, wake boards and more—maybe even a new Sea-Doo or boat! At Russell Lands On Lake Martin, the sky's the limit!


Wake up and admire the sun glistening off the water from your bedroom window in any of our 12 flagship neighborhoods. Take your dog for a walk through miles of undisturbed forest. Go fishing with your grandchildren and create memories that will last a lifetime. Retirement has never been better than at Russell Lands On Lake Martin.

A Few of our Accolades

Tripadvisor Rated SpringHouse #1 Restaurant in Alexander City
Zagat rates Birmingham as one of the 7 up-and-coming food cities in the US and mentions SpringHouse and chef Rob McDaniel as one of the best restaurants in town.
Chef Rob McDaniel of SpringHouse five-time James Beard Award semifinalist "Best Chef: South"
Governor Riley designated Lake Martin as "Treasured Alabama Lake" in Executive Order #54

Why Buy At Russell Lands

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"We found many charming settings, even came close to buying homes in Austin and Chattanooga but the day we found Lake Martin we knew our search was over. Unlike the lakes of Orlando, ringed with houses and taxed to the sky, Lake Martin had miles of undeveloped shoreline, acres of trees, wide open lake views and uncrowded waters."

Ron Hirn, Current Resident