When you decide to take the plunge to become a boat owner, you immediately realize how important the location of the boat becomes. It may be kept in a driveway, garage, backyard, marina, dry storage facility or other places not usually suitable for your boat. This article will address what to think about and look for in dry storage facility.
Taking advantage of the low lake levels, the Lake Conroe Association along with the family that owns EZ Boat Storage and the Palms Marina pooled private funds to embark on a stump cutting project. The goal to eliminate the stumps in the main body of the lake (not the tributaries, shorelines or fingers that feed the lake) was a daunting task.
Clearing Stumps From Lake Conroe – At the end of last year (12/13/11), local Fishing Organizations, The Lake Conroe Association, San Jacinto River Authority, Texas Parks and Wildlife, US Forestry Service, The Palms Marina and E-Z Boat Storage worked together in an effort to eliminate stump hazards located in the main parts of the lake (not creeks, tributaries, or dry
Commercial Boat Ramp Construction You’ve seen the barges and draglines shuttling dirt from place to place for weeks now. Homeowners along the shoreline are taking advantage of the decreasing lake levels to deepen their channels to the lake. For many, the dredging is the only option to use their boats at all. Others have removed their boats from the shallows
The new Palms Marina (located were the old Anchorage Marina use to be) on the east side of the lake must be considered the very best marina on the lake for all the right reasons. My wife Linda and I have a large 78+ foot houseboat (“It’s Ah Blessing”) we provide free as a ministry resource for community churches, youth