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About Lake Livingston
Lake Livingston is the second largest lake in the state of Texas. It's a reservoir located in the East Texas Piney Woods as a result of the Livingston Dam. Water stored in the lake is used to supply the lower Trinity River Basin and the Houston/Galveston metropolitan area, which is no small task. Not only is the lake breathtaking, but trails meander around the trees, making it a great way to unwind and appreciate nature. The entire family will love spending time here and will definitely want to come back.
Things to do in Lake Livingston
At Lake Livingston State Park, you can swim, fish, boat, hike, bird, camp, picnic, mountain bike, geocache and study nature. Lake Livingston is one of the largest lakes in the state, known mostly for its white bass population. You might also catch catfish, crappie, bass or the ever popular perch. The park has three boat ramps, two fish cleaning stations, a fishing pier and bank fishing. It's a fisherman's dream. If you've caught your fill of fish, you can also rent canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards or just cool off by taking a swim!
Day trips from Lake Livingston
Houston is just 75 miles South of Lake Livingston and it's so full of attractions that you might want to plan more than a day trip. Start with NASA’s Johnson Space Center, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the Houston Zoo. Then, Explore the Pineywoods at the Big Thicket National Preserve near Woodville, or at the Sam Houston National Forest near Coldspring.
Lake Livingston accommodations
There are many camping options available near Lake Livingston ranging from tent sites with water nearby all the way to campsites with full hookups. You can also rent one of 10 screened shelters, some of which are wheelchair accessible. If you're coming with a large group, you can book one of the group facilities. It's perfect for your next family reunion!
Transportation in Lake Livingston
Public transportation isn't readily available Lake Livingston, but the lake is easy to access by car off of FM 1988. Once you're close, go north on FM 3126 and turn left onto State Park Rd 65. Stay on State Park Rd 65, and the lake stretches on to your left. You can't miss it!