Kowaliga Bay is one of the biggest water areas on Lake Martin.
It runs west to east, from the confluence of the old Little Kowaliga and Big Kowaliga Creeks, all the way to Martin Dam. If that doesn’t help you, think about the area where Sand Island’s water (that’s Big Kowaliga) meets Real Island’s water (that’s Little Kowaliga). From there, going east under Kowaliga Bridge, all the way to the dam is Kowaliga Bay.
If you would like to see waterfront homes and lots for sale right now in the Kowaliga Bay area, CLICK HERE to go to my Kowaliga Bay Neighborhood page. I have a report that shows every waterfront home and lot for sale – by all agents, all brokerages, on Lake Martin. It pulls from the Lake Martin MLS so it will be current no matter when you visit the page.
Kowaliga Bay a large area that has been developed over time, so there is a huge variety of homes, lots, and property values here. Kowaliga Bay is also home to a lot of the original Russell rental cabins – those old school green cabins you see on the great lots. Ever heard the Hank Williams song, “Kaw-Liga?” Yep – written in a cabin on this part of Lake Martin.
Landmarks in/near this area of Lake Martin include Church in the Pines and Sinclairs at the Lake (restaurant) to the north, Children’s Harbor (the lighthouse), the Lake Martin Amphitheater, Anchor Bay Marina, the Dixie Sailing Club, and, of course, Kowaliga Bridge. If you’re coming from the west side of the lake by boat, you drive through it to get to Chimney Rock. If you’re coming from the east side of the lake headed to Aquapalooza, you pass through it as well.
If you’d like to know more about the Kowaliga Bay area, or have questions about a specific home for sale in this area, give me a call. I can show you any home in the Lake Martin MLS, regardless of who has it listed, and I would love to be your Lake Martin realtor.