About Eagle Mountain Lake
Eagle Mountain Lake is a freshwater lake in North Texas. The lake was created by damming the West Fork of the Trinity River and sits below Lake Bridgeport and above Lake Worth (Texas). The lake dam was finished on October 24, 1932. In 1965, the District voters (Tarrant Regional Water District) approved a bond issue to allow the District to install improved controlled spillways. Eagle Mountain Lake is used for boating and fishing and also water sports such as wake boarding, water skiing, and kayaking.
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The Marina itself employs 4 full-time employees and 3 seasonal employees all dedicated to making your experience at Harbor One Marina an enjoyable one.
Regional Manager, Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
With more than 20 years of Marina and Property Management experience, Mr. Walden started his career in marinas with Zeke’s Marina in Orange Beach, Alabama right after High School. He then returned to the Gulf Coast after graduating from Auburn University with a degree in Business Administration. Over the course of the next 8 years at Zeke’s, he served as the Marina Manager and was instrumental in becoming the first “Clean Marina” in the state of Alabama. During his time there he achieved and maintained a 100% occupancy level for 300+ slips and had the largest charter fishing fleet on the Gulf Coast.
After accepting a position as Director of Operations near Destin, Florida, the focus turned to the turnaround and capital improvements over properties that included 700 dry /100 wet slips, boat yard and repairs, service department, watercraft rentals and boat club.
Bryan holds a 100-ton Master Captain’s License, and he enjoys offshore fishing and working with others on the proper safety and handling of their boat.
In 2011, Bryan joined Suntex Marinas, as General Manager of Chandler’s Landing and Captain’s Cove Marinas and then was promoted to Regional Manager of the five Suntex Marinas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in November of 2012. He looks forward to creating a place that boaters are proud to call their home!