Starting at Browns Point (named after L.J. Brown, a successful businessman in the late 19th century) at Lake Darling, get a view of the homes and cottages on Darling Drive from the front of my paddleboard courtesy of a new GoPro Hero4 Session camera. The video ends at the last home in Camp Ballentine. read an Echo Press article about Camp Ballentine is a series of homes and all of the owners are related. Each of the eight children of James Ballentine were given a lot in the 500 feet of shoreline on Lake Darling adjacent to the front nine of the Alexandria Golf Club. They have remained within the family since the land was platted in 1908 and I think there is a deed restriction that they can’t be sold to someone outside the family.