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Whitney Lake Boat Ramps


Address: From Whitney, 5 mi SW on TX 22
Phone: 254-622-3332

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo courtesy of Little Rocky Lodge

Corps of Engineers Boat Ramps

Location Description *Fee
Cedar Creek Park 1 double lane ramp None
Cedron Creek Park 1 double lane ramp $3.00
Ham Creek Access 1 single lane ramp None
Kimball Bend Park 1 double lane ramp None
Lofers Bend Park - Day Use 1 double lane ramp $3.00
Lofers Bend Park - East 1 double lane ramp and 1 single lane ramp $3.00
Lofers Bend Park - West 1 single lane ramp $3.00
McCown Valley Park 1 triple lane ramp $3.00
Plowman Creek Park 1 double lane ramp $3.00
Steele Creek Park 1 double lane ramp and 1 single lane ramp None
Walling Bend Park 1 double lane ramp None

*$30.00 ($15.00 with Golden Age or Golden Access Pass) annual day use passes are available at any Corps of Engineers Lake Office. Day use passes allow you to launch your boat in any Corps of Engineers park that charges for boat launching.

State Boat Ramps

Location Description Fee
Lake Whitney State Park 1 double lane ramp $2.00
Morgan Lakeside Park 1 single lane ramp None
Walling Bend Park 1 double lane ramp None

Other Boat Ramps

Location Type of Facility
Juniper Cove Marina Privately Operated Marina
Chisholm Trail Park County Operated Park
Old Fort Park County Operated Park
Uncle Gus Marina Privately Operated Marina
Harbor Master Marina Privately Operated Marina

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Description of Whitney Lake Hunting Zones General: Not all areas of public land are clearly fenced or readily identified. It is the hunter'

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Whitney Lake COE Parks

CEDAR CREEK PARK Cedar Creek Park has 20 camp/picnic sites with a ground cooker/fire ring. Water faucets are located throughout the park. There is one restroom (with toilet facilities only)

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Lake Whitney State Park

Lake Whitney State Park is located along the east shore of Lake Whitney west of Hillsboro in Hill County, near the ruins of Towash, an early Texas settlement inundated by Lake Whitney. Towash Village was named for the chief of Hainai Indians, who moved into the area in 1835

, TX State Parks


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