Current Opportunities to Help Your Community.
The ELHOA Annual meeting is on Saturday, May 4, 2013. Please refer to your mail for details.
The common area gate code changed in October 2012. Please contact your local
board member for the new combination. A security question will be asked. Please note that the north boat ramp is closed. Please refer to your community e-mails from the board for details.
Eagle Landing is proud to be a FireWise Community
Community in East Texas
Photo taken by Gary Grogan - 2013
Eagle Landing is located four miles west of Avinger, Texas.It
is 20 miles
northwest of historic Jefferson, and 30 miles northeast of Longview, and about
north of the center of Lake O' the Pines.
Eagle Landing community is built around
a private 250-acre lake.
Lake, named after the Simpson family that owned the land,
cleared the land and built the lake in the late 50's and early 60's.
Landing is governed by a property owners association that
annually elects a Board of
Directors who work to ensure
that the bylaws governing construction, timbering, and
lake bylaws and community rules are adhered to.
They also work to ensure that the integrity
beautyof the Eagle Landing area is preserved by following Firewise principles.
Ray Lach houseguest of the McDonalds 2011 Ralph and Lg. Mouth Bass (8.16 lb) 2011
We also have fun too! We have strong community involvement such as Adopt a Highway,
community dinners and we even had our own float in the Wildflower Days parade!
landing is a wonderful lake for fishing! It contains a
variety of game fish including
large mouth, striped, hybrid and Florida bass, crappie,
and channel catfish, among others.
A wide variety of birds and other wildlife on and near
the lake. Bird species found here include
hawks, egrets, great blue herron, ducks, geese, turkey
vultures and thousands
of species of other smaller birds
common to East Texas.
the summer hummingbirds descend on the lake and buzz around
In the winter and spring other migratory
birds pass through and offer spectacular
at everyone's individual bird feeders.
Landing is also the home of other wildlife including white
tail deer, racoons, red fox, armadillo, beaver, squirrels, rabbits,
snakes, couger, bobcats, coyote, and many other animals.
Snow! 2010 - Photo by Marsha Edson Sunset on the lake- Photo by Glen Terry
Eagle Landing/Simpson Lake from 2000 ft.-Photo by Randy Fraizer