Lady Ann Lake, the centerpiece of our community. 120 acres on which residents can fish, boat, feed the ducks, spot some wildlife or just sit along the shore or in the gazebo and relax. Picnic tables dot the shore, a perfect place for families to gather and share a meal. A boat ramp on the southwest corner of the lake provides a convenient place to launch your paddleboat, canoe or kayak.
Fishing Rules and Policies
EOA members, including The Landing, Colonial Grand and Sun Lake residents, are allowed to fish from:
• Edgewater common property which includes: the area south of the clubhouse, the bank along Zierdt Road, both banks along the walkway between the clubhouse and Colonial Grand, the dam and the park area around the boat ramp at the west end of the dam.
• A properly registered boat on the lake.
• Banks along the walkway around the lake.
Guests (maximum of four) must be accompanied at all times and remain within talking distance of their host. They are also required to possess a valid Alabama fishing license. (It is state law; to be ignored at your own risk).
Fishing from the banks at the rear of private residences is limited to the property owner and their guests.
Fishermen are encouraged to keep all fish caught.
Fishing permits will be required in the near future and must be displayed prominently.