Do you sell vehicle tags by the week,
month, or year? No, we do not. Vehicle tags
are valid for one day only. Each tag has a unique
number. One tag per vehicle, per day.
Pay as you go.
Do you have a day use area at the marina?
No, we do not.
Where can we park?
Parking is located near the store dock and also near the
boat ramp. Park on gravel areas only. Do not park on grass,
slopes, or hillslides.
Also, do not block access to any boat
docks, swing gates, boat ramps, launch lanes, or roadways. These areas must remain clear
for emergency vehicle access.
Do you allow visitors or invited
guests to park overnight? Can we leave our empty boat trailer
or our boat sitting on the trailer in the marina parking lot
overnight if we are staying someplace else? No. All
vehicles and boat trailers must be removed from the property
each day. If you're interested in learning more about
long-term dockage or storage opportunities at the marina,
please speak with the owners of the marina.
Do you allow bank fishing or cast nets?
No, we do not.
Bank fishing is permitted at Lake Whitney State Park (TPWD)
and Cedar Creek Park (USACE), which is across the cove from the marina.
Can you fish off of the docks or walkways
at the marina?
No. Individuals with a valid fishing license may fish only
from their vessel.
Do you allow diving or swimming
arount docks, boat ramps, or lakefront area? No, diving and swimming
are not allowed
for safety reasons. Swimming is available in designated
areas at USACE parks.
What is the speed limit?
Maximum speed limit is 10 MPH. No skidding, spinning tires,
kicking up rocks, or reckless driving.
Do you allow pets on the
property? Call the marina and speak with the
marina's owners about bringing a
pet on the property.
Restrictions apply about the types of pets that are allowed.
Some dog breeds are not permitted due to insurance.
Do you accept any federal or state passes?
No, we do not.
Can we go on boat docks if
we pay a daily fee? No. Lake Whitney Marina
owns all boat docks and dockage spaces. No trespassing. Only
a dockage licensee with a valid written agreement on file
with the marina and who is in good standing is permitted to
access a given dock, occupy a particular dockage space, and
use specific services at their dockage space.
I am an invited guest of a
dockage licensee and I paid the daily fee. Can I tie my boat
up to a dock or
occupy any of the dockage spaces at the marina,
including those spaces that are assigned or already occupied
by one of the marina's licensee?
No. Lake Whitney Marina owns all boat docks and dockage
spaces. Invited guests are not allowed to enter or access a boat dock
unless accompanied by a dockage licensee. No
other vessels are permitted to tie up to a dock, occupy any
dockage space, or use any dockside service at any time. For
information about annual dockage at
Lake Whitney Marina, speak directly with the owners of the
My dockage license agreement on
file with the marina is current and my account is in
good standing. Do I need to pay a daily fee if I bring a
different boat or jet ski to the marina that's not listed
under an existing dockage agreement? Yes, there is
a daily fee for accessing the boat ramp. Vessels are not
permitted to tie up to docks, occupy dockage spaces, or use
any dockside services without a written agreement on file,
advance payment, showing proof of ownership, and meeting all
insurance requirements. Contact the owners for information
about additional dockage.