The unique individual homes of East Shores highlight the setting of this private community nestled on the eastern shore of Garner Lake in Lakeland, Tennessee. The clear waters of the lake are a treasure to all residents either off shore or lakeside, affording unmatched vistas from all homes. The changing seasons are, beautifully displayed across its waters with, unmatched sunsets, sun rises and a moon you can almost touch.
No cookie cutters here. Residences vary from modern lodges by the lake to Cape Cods and the traditional beauty of the south, all uniquely woven into our community of just over 70 homes. There is no entrance anywhere like what we have. From Canada Road, through a canopied trail of mature growth, opening on the causeway though the art of our automatic gates, the residents of East Shores find seclusion driving across the causeway to home. Entering our alternate entrance off Seed Tick Road that tunnels the driver through a hidden passageway.
Our homes rest upon what was the original site of Lakeland Development's Playland, built in the early 50's, a joy to many for over 30 years. The passing of the Playland provided the grounds for the East Shores community. The first homes built in the late 80's have matured into masterpieces not found in Shelby County or maybe all of Western Tennessee.
We ask visitors to please slow down, and watch for deer on the causeway at night. There are many deer, raccoons, foxes, and waterfowl, and even a bobcat or two can be spotted. The homeowners maintain our roadways for their private use. Watch for children, walkers, runners and the occasional golf cart.
All waters from the streets and lawns enter the lake. So please protect our environment, think first, and do not spoil the beauty of nature so we may enjoy it forever, unpolluted and safe. Our boat ramp is for the use of the homeowners only. Garner Lake is private and public access is not allowed. The Garner Lake Association maintains the rules of the lake.