Members of Silver Lake Civic Association enjoy over a mile of well-groomed walking trails, boardwalks, and bridges hidden away within 40 acres of woodlands. Please report trail maintenance issues to our grounds manager.
The Silver Lake Civic Association provides members 48 rack storage spaces for rent. The annual rental fee is $150 — check availability by emailing the Boat Rack Manager. Unauthorized boats may not be stored on Association property and will be removed.
Members enjoy fishing stocked with a sustainable population of largemouth bass and bream. The Silver Lake Civic Association retains a lake management service to oversee the health of the lake for its members.
As Atlanta’s first large-scale bird sanctuary, Silver Lake awards members with sights of blue herons, Canada geese, mallard ducks, and even endangered species such as Red-cockaded and Pileated Woodpeckers.
With approximately 40 acres of surrounding woodlands, Silver Lake is home to much wildlife, ranging from silver foxes to varieties of turtles to endangered bird species. Members are encouraged to remain quiet to enjoy fully the surprises nature preserve offers them.
The Silver Lake Civic Association usually holds a late summer festival to raise awareness for the lake and woodlands, as well as to celebrate the volunteer-based organization. Members are the first to know of all festivals — so join today!