Suntex Marina Investors acquires two California marinas

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Suntex Marina Investors LLC has acquired two new locations on Trinity Lake in California.

Trinity Lake is the third-largest reservoir in California and is on the Trinity Unit of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area, which is an hour and a half drive northwest of Redding.

Cedar Stock Resort Marina is a full-service facility that offers amenities that include fuel, fishing tackle, souvenirs and restaurants for travelers.

The marina, operated under permit from the Forest Service, includes seasonal houseboat rentals ranging from 50 to 60 feet; mountain cabin rentals overlooking Trinity Lake; fishing boats, deck cruisers, powerboats, personal watercraft and ski boat rentals; boat slip rentals; a boat and motor repair shop; a restaurant and lounge; and a gift shop.

Trinity Center Marina, operated under permit from the Forest Service and planned to open next June, will tentatively have fuel and about 20 boat slips for rent.

“We are committed to providing members with outstanding value and remarkable facilities in some of the most beautiful locations in the country,” said Ron TenEyck, vice president of operations at Suntex, in a statement. “We are constantly striving to update our portfolio of properties and guide our staff by our code of conduct to offer our visitors and members the highest-quality vacation experience.”

Trinity Lake Resort has 16,000 surface acres and a 145-mile shoreline, which is most known for its irregular shape, featuring three arms and dozens of secret tree-lined coves.

The 45 Suntex marinas are in California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia.


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