Marina Is Damaged
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On December 1, Suntex took over operations of the marina at Pier 121 on Lake Lewisville. The decision was made since we now operate this location to move the operation from Hidden Cove to Pier 121. The move took place on Wednesday, Dec. 4 and all boats have now been transitioned to the new marina. We are EXTREMELY happy about this move as it offers more benefit to our guests based on the size and location of the marina. Pier 121 is the largest marina in the DFW market and the largest inland marina in the state of Texas.
Some of these benefits are:
- Bigger Cove for watersports or just hanging out
- Even better experience for our guests as all marina employees can assist with your needs as we are operating as one team.
- Centralized location off a major highway
- No dues to enter the park
- Restaurant in the marina for convenience
- On site mechanic, so boat turn around for repairs greatly improved
These are just a few of the great benefits that Pier 121 will offer our guests.
We look forward to meeting your boating needs in 2014 and beyond at the new location. The service you have come to expect from Trish and her team will remain the same and they are excited for the new opportunity.
Suntex Boat Club and Watersports
Hidden Cove Park, Doe Branch Access, Westlake Park, Oakland Parks, Hickory Creek Park, Oak Point Boat Ramp and Big Sandy Access are all closed due to low water levels.
AS of 8/28/13:
OPEN BURNING IS NOT ALLOWED IN DENTON COUNTY
Lewisville Lake is a reservoir located in North Texas (USA) on the Elm Fork of the Trinity River in Denton County near Lewisville. Originally engineered in 1927 as Lake Dallas, the reservoir was expanded in the 1940s and 50s and renamed Lewisville Lake. It was built for flood control purposes and to serve as a water source for Dallas and its suburbs, but residents also use it for recreational purposes, Read more about Lewisville Lake. In 1981, the State of Texas built Lewisville State Park, the roads, shelters, pavilions, RV sites, dining hall, boat ramp, etc. When the State of Texas closed Lewisville State Park and The Colony took over operations, this terminated the status of the park as a state park. The state then opened Ray Roberts State Park - (Directions/Map) just a few minutes away with more RV sites, camping areas, large sandy swim beach, fishing pier and store.
Hidden Cove Park
Hidden Cove Park is a City operated, 720 acre "fee paid" park, leased from the Corps of Engineers. Hidden Cove Park (which used to be called Lewisville State Park) is on Lewisville Lake, a man-made lake developed by the US Army Corp of Engineers. Hidden Cove Park. com provides users with camping, boating, fishing, hiking and other outdoor recreational activities.