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09/23/2012
By: robertmcwhorter50
Sunset Cove Marina
SUNSET COVE MARINA: I live on the lake but because the water level has been down recently, I began putting my boat in at Sunset Cove Marina on FM 2859. The folks there just couldn't be any more accomodating! If you're looking for an upscale marina experience...you won't find it here. But if you're looking for VERY reasonable fishing and launch rates, friendly, helpful people, good food and all the basics...this is it! Give 'em a try and I think you'll agree. Located on the north end of Richland Chambers Lake on FM 2859. Nice quiet, peaceful place.
08/29/2014
By: Terry S.
The Law Office of Michael J. Crawford
Michael Crawford and his team are amazing and the best hands down. There is no need to look any further or anywhere else. If you want someone who will fight, never give up, always be professional, knowledgeable about everything involved in law, and a true Godsend then choose Michael's team! Take it from someone who has had the pleasure and blessing of working with Michael!
07/01/2014
By: Sharie W.
The Law Office of Michael J. Crawford
Call Michael J. Crawford's office for a tenacious advocate who is a bulldog in the courtroom and truly looks out for the best interests of his clients.
06/05/2016
By: Tiger P.
Sunset Cove Marina
Awesome place. Great fishing, boat ramp. Quiet. Off the beaten path. Great sunsets. People here are really nice
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