Lake Whitney Marina @ Juniper Cove
is privately-owned and operated.
There is a daily fee charged to visitors, invited
guests, and others (see below) who enter the property to either access or use marina facilities, or visit registered
guests staying at the marina, dockage licensees, and storage
licensees. We do not accept federal or state passes.
getting here by car,
boat, foot, bicycle, ATV, and horse. The fee to enter the property is $10.00
per day, per vehicle. The fee for one
motorcycle is the same as a vehicle.
||Paying the fee gives you permission to enter the
property for one day only (date of
purchase) between the hours of dawn to dusk
to either access or use specified facilities at the
marina, or visit a registered guest, dockage
licensee, or storage licensee.
of the fee does not grant permission to use the
campground, access boat docks, occupy dockage
spaces, or enter storage areas. No visitors or invited guests
are allowed on the property
from dusk to dawn. No overnight parking.
We do not
monthly, or annual vehicle tags.
|WHERE TO PAY
||Pay the fee at
either the guard booth/self-pay box (seven days a week) or inside the ship's store
Instructions for using the self-pay box are
posted on the guard booth window. Only cash is accepted. No change provided. Partial payments
and IOUs are never accepted.
The self-pay box and guard booth are monitored.
Envelopes and vehicle tags are logged.
At the ship's store, American Express, Visa, Master
Card, Discover, and cash
Small bills only.
The fee is due in full upon
arrival and before either accessing or
using any facilities.
Fees are non-refundable. No credits
for any reason including weather, lake conditions, lake
levels, or necessary boat maintenance or repairs.
The closest ATM is located
at a gas station about 1.5 miles from the marina.
DAILY VEHICLE TAG
A yellow vehicle tag must also be filled
out for each vehicle and it must accompany your payment in
order for the tag to be valid.
The vehicle tag comes in two parts.
The top portion of the tag is displayed from your rear view
mirror and it is your "receipt". The bottom portion of the
tag needs to
completed in full with your contact information and vehicle description
and returned to the marina -- it is your "proof of payment".
The bottom portion of the tag and your payment
go inside the envelope. Seal the envelope and then insert it through the slot on the lock box.
Vehicle tags are non-transferable.
Vehicle tags must be displayed at all times. Remove any
expired tags from your mirror or dash before entering the
property. Use of an invalid tag can result in being reported
to law enforcement for theft of service.
HOURS OF OPERATION
hours for the boat ramp, parking
areas, store dock, and ship's store.
WHEN THE FEE MUST BE
A daily fee is
required of any visitor entering the property and accessing the
lakefront area, which includes the boat ramps, water rec
area, daily parking areas, and picking up or dropping off
any boat passengers.
The daily fee applies to
any invited guest entering the
property to visit with a registered guest staying at Lake
Whitney Marina, a dockage licensee,
a storage licensee.
daily fee applies to a dockage or storage licensee
when the licensee is accessing the boat ramp to launch or haul out a
vessel that is not part of a written license agreement. Refer
daily fee applies when a dockage or storage licensee
the property when their account is not in good standing
with the marina.
GROUPS & TOURNAMENTS,
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, & FISHING GUIDES
The above fee is based on private and
personal use of a vehicle, vessel, and paddlecraft. No
commercial activities, commercial vessels, or business use
permitted without written authorization.
The fee applies to individuals and members of a club
or organization that enter the property to participate in a
fishing tournament, weigh-in, or group
launch held on the property. Clubs and organizations need to speak with the marina's owners before
planning any events or activities on the property. Proof
of insurance is required. USACE permits may
Operators of commercial vehicles, vans, buses, or
shuttles need to call the marina and speak with
the marina's owners prior to entering the property and
either accessing or using any facilities at the marina.
Fishing guides need to
call the marina and speak with the marina's owners prior to entering the
property and either accessing or using any facilities at the
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Accessing or using
facilities and services at the marina without paying the
required fee upon arrival is considered theft of service
Texas Penal Code 31.04.
Entering the property with the
intention of not paying the daily fee is considered
Violators are subject to being reported to local law
enforcement. Unauthorized vehicles are subject to being
towed at the vehicle owner's expense and risk. Banned
individuals are not permitted to enter or return to the
property at any time or for any reason.