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We are remaining open for business. However the Sealy Outdoor Big Bass Splash tournament in April has been postponed until October. If you already had a reservation for the tournament (April 13-19) we have moved your reservation to October 5-12. Your reservations have NOT been cancelled. This is the only information we have regarding the Big Bass Splash tournament, if you need more information please contact Sealy Outdoors at 409-698-2591.

We are a pet free resort located 2 miles east of the dam on the beautiful Sam      Rayburn Reservoir.

 

We take great pride in our reputation as a family resort and sportsman's retreat.

 

Our goal is to provide a safe and clean environment for family fun and enjoyment.

Sprawling for more than 114,000 acres over the beautiful Texas Piney Woods region the Sam Rayburn Reservoir is the largest lake that lies solely in Texas. It is one of the South's hottest fishing lakes. Anglers from all over the world travel to this lake for some of the best Large mouth Bass, Catfish, Hybrid Stripe Bass and Crappie fishing in the country. Lake Sam Rayburn is a nature lover's lake, scenic and uncluttered by commercial development. We are located at the deeper end of the lake, which makes it the perfect spot for fishing, swimming and boating.

Activities

 

 

There is a lighted fish cleaning station located on the resort as well as a playground, complete with horseshoes and a volleyball net, enclosed shower facilities and a beach shower. Resort store and office. Located nearby are several restaurants stores and boat ramps.

Tips

 

 

Bring flashlights or battery operated lanterns, since our location is remote we experience power loss due to fallen trees and limbs. Toiletry items such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste etc. Please keep your food and drinks cool, it can take up to 12 hours for the refrigerators to cool hot food and cases of drinks. If the items you put in the refrigerators heat the inside up to much it may cause a layer of ice to build up around the compressor causing it to quit cooling. If you drastically change the temperature settings on the refrigerators or the A/C units it can cause them to freeze up and quit working.

Sam Rayburn Marina Resort