Enjoy the convenience of leaving your
boat or jet ski in the water during your stay. One of the benefits of
being a registered guest at Lake Whitney Marina @
Juniper Cove is that you're eligible to rent a nightly dockage
space. A dockage space is an end-tie, a covered
wet slip, or an uncovered wet slip. Space is subject to
availability. Restrictions apply. Learn more below.
Boat dock rules
Parking at docks
Note: Lake Whitney Marina does not offer courtesy
dockage spaces or allow beaching of any vessels along its
shoreline. Vessels must be trailered in and out of the water
during your stay unless you have secured an overnight dockage
You are eligible for overnight dockage if you are a registered
guest staying at Lake Whitney Marina.
Individuals who not
registered guests are ineligible for any overnight dockage.
The registered guest must present a valid driver's license,
credit card, proof of insurance, and TPWD vessel
registration card at check-in.
The registered guest with the
reservation (photo ID) must be listed as the registered
owner of the vessel according to the information available
from the TPWD website. Vessels registered to other
individuals are not permitted.
Dockage space is subject to availability
at check-in time on the day of your arrival. Space is
assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis after the
standard check-in time. Dockage space cannot be reserved in
A dockage space that
available may not accommodate the type or length of vessel
Overnight accommodations at Lake
Whitney Marina do not include any type of dockage or storage
of any vessels, trailers, or paddlecraft on the property.
Dockage space is not
guaranteed for any individual or with any
cabin/campsite/rental RV reservation. All dockage and
storage fees are in addition to rates and fees charged for
must be approved by the marina's owners before
being allowed to tie up to a dock and access or occupy a dockage space.
must be registered with TPWD, comply with all
state and federal regulations (e.g. TX numbers are displayed
correctly using 3" decals), seaworthy, covered by a marine
insurance policy, appear in good condition, and free of
trash and clutter.
ASSIGNMENT OF DOCKAGE SPACE
Dockage space is assigned by the marina's
Employees and contractors working
at the marina do not have
authority to approve individuals, vessels, or trailers for
any type of dockage or storage at Lake Whitney Marina. They do not have
authorization to enter into any written or verbal agreements
on behalf of the marina's owners.
Only the registered guest (vessel owner) is authorized to
access the boat dock, the assigned dockage space, and the
vessel when it's tied up to the marina's dock. The
registered guest (vessel owner) must comply with all marina
rules and regulations about accessing boat docks, occupying
dockage spaces, using dockside services, and operating
vessels in the marina. The registered guest is responsible
for any damage, accidents, or injuries. They are responsible
for their boat passengers and ensuring the passengers abide
by all rules and regulations. Any complaints received from
fellow boaters on surrounding docks, failure to follow
rules, or abide by any state or federal regulations can
result in immediate ejection from the property without
Only the approved vessel may occupy the assigned space. No
vessel substitutions. The assigned dockage space cannot be
transferred or rented to another individual. Registered guests cannot swap dockage spaces
with other guests. A registered guest cannot share their
assigned dockage space with another vessel or with another
individual. Violators are subject to being reported to law
enforcement and registered guests are subject to being
ejected from the property immediately without refund.
A vessel can be reassigned to
another space by the marina's owners at any time and for any reason
due to needs of the business.
There is no exclusive use of any
assigned dockage space. Other
vessels (TX numbers) may be assigned to the same space by the
marina's owners. Keep your vessel to one side.
Vessel owners are responsible for
providing their own ropes and boat fenders. Vessels must
remain in the assigned space and must be secured to prevent
hitting the dock due to wind, waves, or wake. Boat fenders
and dock lines are sold inside the ship's store.
The check-in time and check-out time for overnight dockage
is the same as for a cabin, campsite, and rental RV.
Overnight dockage assignments expire the following day at
Dockage space is not offered
by the hour or day.
The fee for overnight
dockage is per vessel (TX NUMBER), per night.
Fees vary and they are
subject to change without notice.
Quotes for dockage from the
marina's owners are valid at check-in time on the day of
Dockage fees are due at the
time the dockage space is assigned by the marina's
owners. All nights must be paid for in full. All fees are non-refundable.
No refunds or credits for any reason including early
departures from the property or early check-out from a
cabin, campsite, or rental RV; weather; lake conditions; boat maintenance or
mechanical problems; or job-related reasons.
Dockage fees are not included with any cabin, campsite,
or rental RV rate.
of Dockage Space
Location (Dock & Slip Number)
||Overnight Dockage Rate
|Up to 28'
Varies. Covered, end-tie, or uncovered.
Assigned by owners of Lake Whitney Marina.
||Starts at $25.00
per vessel (TX number), per night
BOAT DOCK RULES
This is not intended to be a complete set of rules about the
All docks are NO SMOKING. No open flame devices are
Dock gates must remain closed at all times. Gates must be
locked when you depart the dock on foot or by boat. Gate
codes may not be shared with other individuals.
Do not board other vessels.
Do not disturb any dock lines, hoses, power
cords, meters, or other items in any other slip or dockage
space at the dock.
Only the authorized individual and
approved vessel may connect or use dockside services at the
assigned space. Unauthorized use of any dockside service, such
as water, convenience electric, or shore power 30A/50A, is considered theft of service.
portable fuel containers
are allowed on docks. Vessels on the water may be fueled at
the ship's store dock only where spill prevention kits and
emergency shut-offs are located.
Only UL listed power cords designed
for a marine environment may be used on docks.
No fishing or cast nets permitted
at the boat dock.
allowed on docks, at boat ramps, or in the campground area.
No glass bottles or
containers allowed on docks.
No dumping of anything overboard.
Use only proper boat covers may be
used. No tarps allowed.
No horseplay, running, or jumping
on any dock.
Children and pets must remain
supervised at all times while on docks. Life jackets are recommended.
No soliciting or
advertising. No FOR SALE or FOR RENT signs may be on
display. No business use or commercial activities.
No swimming or diving allowed in
slips or around docks.
Respect others on your dock and
others in the marina. No loud music. No yelling or
All finger piers and walkways must
remain clear and free of obstructions. No personal articles, ice chests, fishing gear,
nets, paddlecraft, towables, life jackets, chairs, towels,
buckets, or trash may be left on docks.
Load and unload boat
passengers at the store dock.
PARKING AT DOCKS
No vehicles or boat trailers may parallel park along
the hillside or around the perimeter of the parking lot.
Pull in or back in your vehicle and boat trailer at the
bottom of the hillside when you are in the store parking
lot. Use wheel chocks with boat trailers.
Avoid parking vehicles directly in front of any walkway.
Keep the area clear for emergency vehicle access.
Park on gravel areas only in
parking lots. Keep off the grass around the perimeter. Watch
for wire ropes, water shut-offs, water supply lines, and
electrical conduit in the grass. Individuals must be able to
walk along the grass areas.