Lake Martin and Alexander City are located centrally in the Southeastern region of the United States, with proximity to domestic airports and a laidback drive away from some of the area’s liveliest cities. Learn more about getting here.
From Atlanta, GA
The convenience of flying in and driving over from Atlanta is unmatched. Nine domestic airlines service Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and offer direct, non-stop access from more than 150 U.S. cities.
Groome Transportation in Auburn/Opelika provides shuttle service to and from Atlanta’s airport with 17 daily round trips, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The airport’s Rental Car Center is only a few minutes away from the airport via the Sky Train; it operates 24-7 and has 13 rental car brands available.
From Atlanta’s airport, take I-85 S towards Montgomery. Attendees will reach Lake Martin in the time it takes to check emails and catch up on social media (about two hours).
From Montgomery, AL
American Airlines services Montgomery Regional Airport with non-stop service from Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX, and Charlotte, NC (and coming June 2018, from Washington D.C.), and Delta Air Lines services the airport with non-stop service from Atlanta, GA.
For folks driving over from Montgomery to Lake Martin, it takes only about 30-45 minutes depending on your final destination on the lake. Simply take US-231 out of Montgomery to AL-63 until you reach the Kowaliga Bridge.
From Birmingham, AL
Four major airlines service Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport—American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines—with over 100 daily flights to 23 cities and direct, non-stop access from nearly 50 U.S. cities.
From Birmingham’s airport, take US Highway 280 E approximately 80 miles until you arrive in Alexander City, which is the home of Lake Martin. Alex City is approximately a 90-minute drive from the Birmingham airport.