“The mission of the Lake Claire Community Land Trust is to acquire, maintain, and protect green space for neighborhood enhancement and education; and to provide a place for neighbors and friends to celebrate nature, community, and the arts.”
come visit the land trust!
The Lake Claire Community Land Trust is a neighborhood-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving greenspace and fostering community. Our 1.7 acres includes over 50 community garden beds, a playground, a stage and amphitheater, a sauna, a pond, a Children’s Garden, and a sanctuary for neighborhood celebrity Big Lou the Emu. People gather for festivals, drum circles, community work days, children’s birthday parties, and more. Several different communities of Land Trust lovers cross paths here for a rich cross-pollination of cultures. Every neighborhood needs a Land Trust!
The Land Trust is open during daylight hours. Please observe the closing time posted at all three entrances.
Webster is a popular local band formed here in the neighborhood in 2005, with a history of playing at Candler Park Festivals and the Lake Claire Community Land Trust. Over the past few years the band has hosted an annual fundraiser for the Land Trust, with proceeds donated to our beloved non-profit community property.
On Saturday, August 24, starting at 4:00 pm, three excellent bands will perform in support of the Land Trust. Webster will headline the bill, with the Jess Goggans Band and the Foothill Brothers opening the festivities. It promises to be a fun-filled kid-friendly event with wonderful music and friendly neighbors. Food and beverages will be available. There is a $5 suggested donation and kids enter free.
Come enjoy a great time out at our neighborhood gem, the Land Trust. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/webster.atlanta.
The Webster event is a friendly festival. No pets, smoking, or drugs allowed. Limited parking is available on Connecticut. NO PARKING on Arizona or New York, so please take Marta, car pool, bike or walk.
The Land Trust was created entirely by volunteers. Everyone who enjoys the Land Trust is invited to take part in this labor of love, from picking up litter to serving on a committee or the Board of Directors. Join us for a Community Work Day on the third Saturday of every month. You’ll have more fun if you pitch in and help!
Visit our "Get Involved" menu to find out more.
Anyone can be a Land Trust Supporter by donating $10 a year. Donate online via the link below; [or] mail a check made out to “LCCLT” c/o Treasurer, 270 Arizona Ave., Atlanta GA 30307; or use the mailbox in the cul-de-sac. Include your email and we’ll add you to our email list. Include your mailing address and we’ll mail you a bumper sticker. Don't forget to renew every year!