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Wolf Creek Park, Coldspring

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Nestled in the towering pines and gentle hills of East Texas, Wolf Creek Park at Lake Livingston, owned and operated by the Trinity River Authority of Texas, is ideal for uncrowded, family-style camping in a tranquil environment.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is a beautiful park and very kid friendly. We had one grandson that wanted to fish continually and one that rather stay on the basketball court so both were happy. We stayed in the back at site 5...  more »
  • Visited Wolf Creek Park over the weekend stayed in spot 56 in my travel trailer.The spot was a water spot and i must say one of the best spots in the park big big open area in front of the spot leadin...  more »
  • Great rv park. Several campsites with full hookups either on or very close to the water. Bathrooms and showers could have been cleaner but it was off peak season. Beautiful tall evergreen trees all ov...  more »
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  • Great camping area with waterfront views. My site had decent shade and places for multiple tents. I love that they have a general store for forgotten goods. Plenty of places to explore on the water. Restrooms are decent. Only complaint is the severe ant problem I found on my waterfront site. Fire pit was infested making it horrible to use. After one night I realized they were trying to come in my tent too. Beware the ants, maybe better off making it a day trip.
  • Quiet area for camping and fishing, but dirty restrooms and showers really let it down. Doors would stick and other surfaces were cracking and peeling off. Showers would run for 2 seconds with each press of a 'flush' button meaning you were showering one handed while being scared you'd bump into the walls or bench with any body parts. My group probably wouldn't return and we'll camp elsewhere in the future.
  • It's so nice I want to lie to keep it a secret!
  • If you love camping and fishing this is the place to go
  • We usually visit here three or four times a year. We come for Easter every year and we love it!!