There are three fishing lakes within the community of Four Seasons Lakesites POA. Each lake provides public access for all Four Seasons property owners and excellent fishing for bass, crappie, sunfish and many other varieties.
Directions to the Four Seasons interior Lakes:
This is the smallest of the inland lakes and consists of twelve acres. Directions: Follow Cherokee to Linn Creek. Left on Linn Creek to Cornett Branch. Left on Cornett Branch to Cornett Drive. Right on Cornett Drive to Autumn Lake Drive. Left on Autumn Lake Drive to gravel road on the right. There is a sign labeled Autumn Lake.
Good Oak Lake
At thirty-five acres it is our second largest inland lake. Directions: Follow Cherokee to Linn Creek. Left on Linn Creek to Cornett Branch. Left on Cornett Branch to Ridge Road. Left on Ridge Road. The access road is on the left off of Ridge Road.
This is the largest of the interior lakes at fifty acres. Directions: Follow Bittersweet Road to Bloomington Drive. Turn left on Bloomington Drive. Continue on Bloomington Drive and it will take you directly to Treeline Lake. (Note: The access road is steep and difficult to maneuver. We suggest that you park your car at the top and walk down.)
Fishing is available at all lakes for POA members in good standing.
A fishing license is necessary.
No gas-powered motors are permitted on the interior lakes.