Please call for rates.
and any special events, and
length of stay.
Ask about minimum night stay requirements. View
Rates are per night and
do not include taxes and fees. Overnight accommodations in cabins and marina-owned RVs are subject
to a 6% state hotel occupancy tax, 3% county hotel occupancy
tax, and 2% Corps fee for a total of 11%.
Taxes and fees are subject to change.
The rate per night is based on a certain number of
occupants and vehicles at a cabin, campsite, or rental RV.
charges may be assessed for extra vehicles, extra
occupants, pets, day visitors, extra vessels, early
arrivals, late departures, missing items, damages,
and any rule or policy violations. Refer
are for overnight accommodations only. They do not include any type of
or dry storage of vessels, paddlecraft, or trailers
at Lake Whitney Marina.
What's included - Cabins offer air conditioning, heat, multi-speed ceiling fans,
kitchen table and chairs, flat screen televisions with
remote controls, microwaves, 8 or 10-cup automatic
coffee makers, storage cabinets,
private bathrooms with showers and toilets, bed pillows,
bed sheets, mini-blinds, natural light, windows that
open, emergency exit windows, outdoor picnic table, full-size
charcoal grill, and more.
Full Kitchen -
a "kitchenette" include an under the
counter refrigerator. Some may also have a 2-burner cooktop.
Cabins with "full kitchens" include a full-size refrigerator with freezer,
a 4-burner cooktop, and an oven. Cooktops and ovens are
electric. All cabins come with
microwaves, automatic coffee makers, sinks, storage
cabinets, and a table with chairs.
Beds - Bed types include twin, full,
and queen. The majority of cabins have queen size beds.
All futons and sleep sofas are queen size. A few cabins
offer built-in bunk beds (C7, C12, C13, C14). All beds come with bed pillows, pillow case,
a fitted sheet, and top sheet. A few beds also come with
a comforter or quilt.
All cabins have showers. One cabin offers a
tub/shower (C6). They do not come with towels, hair
dryers, soap, or shampoo. Refer to "what to bring"
Charcoal grills - All cabins
have a full-size charcoal grill. They do not include
utensils, lighter fluid, charcoal briquets, foil,
pans, or brushes.
- All cabins come with a picnic table outside. The
tables may be concrete, wood, or plastic. Only two
cabins have a concrete picnic table that's
covered (C6, C8).
- Campfires are permitted inside an existing circle
of rocks on the ground. The campfire is 36"
diameter. New campfires cannot be constructed. Rocks
cannot be moved. Campfires are prohibited in loop 1. Individuals are responsible for complying with any
burn bans in effect along with any citations or fines.
Ask about bringing a small outdoor fireplace with a
Water provided is city water.
Site - A
reservation is for one cabin, one rental RV, or one
Single space -
All cabins and rental RVs are on single space sites.
Note: No tents or other camping units may set up outside
any cabin or rental RV.
- The maximum occupancy is 4 people in each cabin.
One cabin has a maximum occupancy of 6 people (C6).
- Up to two vehicles are permitted with each cabin
Showers - Showers
with restroom facilities are in loop 2 and loop 4.
Restroom only facilities are in the ship's store parking
lot. The restroom facilities in loop 1 are closed
- Loop 1
What to bring
what to bring with you
for a list of necessary and suggested items to bring
whenever you stay in a cabin, campsite, or rental RV
at Lake Whitney Marina. Note: We do not provide
items, such as bath towels, toiletries, trash bags,
paper towel, utensils, paper plates, cups, bowls,
pots, pans, dishwashing liquid, oven gloves,
charcoal briquets, grilling utensils, or outdoor
chairs in cabins or rental RVs. Refer to an
individual cabin description for what's included
from appliances to bedding.
- Daily housekeeping
service is NOT provided with any cabin or rental RV.
- All cabins, campsites,
and rental RVs must be in the same condition at
check-out as check-in to avoid additional
charges to your credit card. Individuals are responsible
for keeping the cabin and the immediate area clean,
tidy, and free of trash during their stay. View
Some cabins are pet friendly. Ask us about which
ones. Refer to the pet
Roads - We sit on government-owned
land. Operate vehicles, camping units, and boat
trailers on roadways only. Do not drive or park in
open areas of grass. There are plants, flowers, shallow
tree roots, and shallow underground water lines,
sewer lines, and electrical cables running alongside,
between, and behind each site and through loops. Watch for utility poles, guy
ground covers over underground
vaults, and septic field areas. These items can
be damaged if you ride over them, park on them, dig, or
attempt to insert metal poles or stakes in the ground. You are responsible for any damage
- Park in front of cabins only and parallel park
along the road. No parking in rear or on sides. Do
not move any physical barriers or drive around them
in an attempt to get closer to a cabin. Keep off
All campsites are back-in only. Park vehicles and
camping units within the single space. When backing
into a campsite space, watch for trees, picnic
tables, circles of rocks (campfires), pedestals,
posts, sewer hookups, water spigots, and electrical meters.
- Additional parking is located in the
ship's store parking lot for vehicles and/or boat
trailers. Back in or pull in to the bottom of the
hillside below the outdoor lights. No parallel
parking. Stay clear of green gates. Keep off grass