Suntex Marina Investors, owner and operator of 46 marinas in the US, announced today the addition of yet another California property to its growing portfoilio – Oak Bottom Marina. Located on Whiskeytown Lake, in the Northern California mountains in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Oak Bottom Marina provides visitors opportunities for outdoor adventures including boating, fishing, water skiing, camping, hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding. The marina has 94 walk-in tent sites, 22 RV/trailer sites, restrooms, store and boat ramp; and boat rentals are available on-site including fishing boats, pontoons, deck cruisers and party barges.

“Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is an unspoiled paradise with incredible natural views and offering unlimited potential for Oak Bottom Marina,” said Ron TenEyck, senior vice president of operations, Suntex Marinas. “We are very excited to add this pristine property to our growing family of marinas, and look forward to investing in the facilities and adding to the overall enjoyment of our future guests.

Whiskeytown Lake, is a reservoir in Shasta County in northwestern California, about eight miles west of Redding. The lake is in the Whiskeytown Unit of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area. It is formed by Whiskeytown Dam on Clear Creek, with additional water coming from Lewiston Reservoir, supplied by the Trinity River, via the Clear Creek Tunnel, which comes from the bottom of Lewiston Lake. Whiskeytown is favored by locals because of the 30 foot visibility of its waters and the wildlife that surround the lake. There are numerous breeding pairs of bald eagles that nest on the lake's shores. Sharing the habitat are black bears, mountain lions, blacktail deer, turtles and raccoons, among other wildlife. 

The Suntex portfolio of 46 marinas are located in California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia