Lake Tyler and Lake Tyler East operate under the auspices of the City of Tyler, which uses the lakes as a source of drinking water. The City monitors the Lake Tyler watershed for sources of pollution, and also patrols the lakes to enforce safety and water quality regulations, and maintains 21 miles of lake roadways, the public parks, and the public boat ramps.
The two lakes are connected via a canal located at the south end of the lakes.
The Lake Tyler Marina Resort (LTMR) is located near the Lake Tyler dam, at 18183 Concession Road, Whitehouse, TX 75791. Phone 903.839.2650.
It features a boat launch, RV park, convenience store, camping supplies, the Lakeside Grill, fishing supplies, bait & tackle shop, gasoline and much more.
The RV park is quite large with a good variety of 30 and 50 amp spots to include natural shade, big-rig friendly drive through, as well as spots for smaller campers and tents, with both water front and non-water front spaces available. There is also a laundry room and bath house on the premises.
For those who do not own an RV and want to camp, there are tent camping sites as well as 3 AirBnB sites available to rent.
The marina offers a wide, very comfortable boat launch experience and large parking lot to keep vehicles and boat trailers. It also offers both covered and lifted or simply covered boat slips for short and long term boat storage.
For those staying in the RV park or just visiting the area, LTMR also rents paddle boats to enjoy in a large bay with multiple islands breaking the wind, typically making for smooth waters for a lot of paddle boating fun!
|Docking faciiities at the Lake Tyler Marina Resort|
The Boulders at Lake Tyler is located on a 128 acre lot at 16822 McElroy Rd, Whitehouse, Texas. The Boulders offers a fun experience for the entire family. It offers fishing from a freshly renovated fishing barge, tackle, boating, boat slips, concessions and a clean and spacious RV park or tents with a lake front view. There is also a boat ramp located on the grounds for your convenience.
Visit the website of The Boulders at Lake Tyler or phone 903.268.5880
|View of part of the 128 acres at The Boulders at Lake Tyler|
The City operates five boat ramps and several public parks on the shores of Lake Tyler.
Two public ramps and a county-maintained boat launch offer access to Lake Tyler East. Primitive camping is allowed in all city parks on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Public Access Facility
|Concession #1 & Marina||Lake Tyler|
|Hill Creek Park||Lake Tyler|
|Old#2 - Chapman Park||Lake Tyler|
|Fritz & Opal's Barge||Lake Tyler|
|East Side #4||Lake Tyler|
|Sandy Beach||Lake Tyler|
|Old Omen West||Lake Tyler East|
|Old Omen East||Lake Tyler East|
|Highway 64 Ramp||Lake Tyler East|
Lake Tyler dam