East Lake Timberland Plantation and Recreational Dream

East Lake Timberland Plantation and Recreational Dream - article image

East Lake is 381 acres that includes fourteen acres of sparkling water filled with largemouth bass and bream and beckons the fishermen to its shore. The small pavilion is perfect for picnics. Bring the family for the weekend getaway and enjoy boating, swimming, skiing, and fishing. Venture down some of the well-maintained two-path roads on your side-by-side or four-wheeler and explore the rolling hills throughout the property. 

14 Acre Lake

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The hunter will appreciate the way this property is a natural environment for several wildlife habitats. Whether you are hunting for deer, quail, duck, or hogs you are sure to find them in this plantation filled with planted pine and pristine virgin hardwoods. 

Mature Stand of Timber


The loblolly pines range in age from 18 years to 25 years. These trees have been managed and are tolerant of many soil types. While providing a natural habitat for animals, it also provides shelter for many birds such as Carolina chickadees, nuthatches, towhees, bobwhites and even wild turkeys. 

Gated Entrance


Found off of a county maintained dirt road, the entrance to East Lake is inviting with black rail fencing and a one of a kind cut-out metal sign with the East Lake logo. The gate will provide privacy and the overall appearance is impressive and welcoming to guests as it identifies the natural two-path road leading into the plantation. 

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There is something for everyone here. Make this your weekend getaway. Build the lodge. Invite the friends and family. Or maybe you are looking to build your forever home overlooking the lake with gorgeous morning or evening views. This could be your place. Your haven. Your piece of heaven on earth. Can you picture yourself there? Let’s hop in our side-by-side and take a look around!

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