Kings Point Property Owners Association - Canyon Lake, Texas
Pavilion Area Information and Rules


The pavilion, which is located above the pond, is 26 feet square and covered with a metal roof.  There are picnic tables and a stainless steel barbeque gas grill.  Along with these amenities, there is electricity, ceiling fans, a sink and a hose bib on the outside.  There is a fire pit and a horseshoe pit located adjacent to the pavilion.


Pavilion Rules:


1.  Please keep the pavilion clean and be sure it is properly cleaned after use. 


2.  Be considerate of the homeowners who live adjacent to the pavilion.


3.  After use of this facility, take any garbage to your own home for collection.  There is no garbage collection at the pavilion.


4.  Reservations for use of the pavilion will be on a first in, first served basis. Please contact Kings Point at 830-935-4050 or email to reserve your date.


5.  Weekday events should end at 10:00 p.m. and weekend events at 12:00 a.m. midnight.


6.  The sink is for handwashing only.  Please do not use it for washing dishes.


7.  After use of the grill, be sure to turn off the propane tank underneath.


8.  Turn off all lights and fans upon leaving the pavilion.


Fishing Pond Area Information and Rules


We have a ramp to access our fishing dock; it's much safer and easier to go fishing.


1. This is your facility. Please help us to keep it clean. Be considerate of others.


2. No children under 16 left unattended without adult supervision.


Lake Area Information and Rules


1. There are parking spaces for approximately 4 cars below the dam. When you have finished dropping off supplies for your boat or picnic, please use the designated parking area; if it is full, use the upper common area or street for parking. Parking on the shore of the lake is prohibited by the Army Corps of Engineers.


2. According to the Corps of Engineers, the docking of boats on the shore line are allowed for 48 hours.


3. Please help us to keep the shoreline clean and be considerate of others.


4. Per the Texas Parks & Wildlife, a person taking or attempting to take game and nongame fish from fresh water for non-commercial purposes is required to have a valid fishing license and a freshwater fishing stamp endorsement.


Boating Tips


1. Always wear a life jacket. Nearly 85% of boating fatality victims were not wearing a life jacket.


2. Avoid alcohol. Alcohol plays a role in 50 percent of all boating accidents. Game Wardens enforce the Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) law. A person who either appears to be impaired and/or has a blood alcohol level of 0.08 or higher while operating a boat can be arrested for BWI. A person arrested for BWI may be jailed for up to 180 days, be fined as much as $2,000 or both. Additionally, the person's drivers' license may be automatically suspended.


3. Be especially careful on personal watercrafts.


4. Children younger than age 13 must wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket while underway.


5. Don’t overload your boat.


6. Operate at a safe speed.


7. Always have a passenger serve as a lookout in addition to the operator.


8. Watch out for low water areas or submerged objects.


Boating in Texas


National Water Safety Program


Office of Boating Safety