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Lake Livingston State Park, Livingston

(3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We found this great park very soon after arriving here and we were glad we did. The rv park we were staying at was a bit short on hiking areas so we bought a pass and probably went 5 out of 7 days a w...  more »
  • Reserved a full hookup Rv campsite, located directly on the Lake Livingston waterfront, in the Piney Shores loop. This area had been completely renovated, with newly paved roads, concrete pad sites, a...  more »
  • We went there for camping. Kids had a great experience setting the tent up and sleeping watching the stars.  more »
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  • Our camping party would seize the day for a fun filled camping adventure. On a bright, sun-shiny day, a few of us showed what we were made of by paddling 5.5 miles to Pine Island in the middle of Lake Livingston and back. There is plenty of wildlife in the area for avid birdwatchers, and Lake Livingston is know for its tournament quality fishing. Hundreds of fish would leap out of the water and scores or birds would be our cheerleaders during our journey along the river. James, who caught a fish on the trip, would also share his most daring moment in the water. 4 men, 2 women, and a baby would travel 8 miles down the Trinity River from Lake Livingston to US 59. Whether cycling, camping, birdwatching, kayaking... Create your own adventure with TourdeHood.
  • Really nice park. Camping, hiking, fishing, small playground for the kids, swimming in a pool or the lake, and they rent canoes and kayaks. The only draw backs here are wide open camp sites so there is no privacy from neighboring campers, and the bulkhead instead of letting water come into the shore more natural.
  • We had our family trip here and we were all surprised it was so cheap but also well kept! Definitely will return soon after the rain season is over.
  • Had our families 2nd annual camping trip here this weekend. The weather was a bit warm, but beautiful over all. I had one complaint & that was the trail they had for walking was grown over & not tended to. Mosquito were awful & we were bit up even with spray on. Wont be coming back unless it winter & cold.
  • Awesome park we have been here twice. It's so peaceful and not many people around, great place for family fun. But if you are going to fish beware we have yet to catch anything here trying for hours at a time.. Other than that the park is great and very clean.