Lake Livingston State Park

category : State Parks
640 acres on the east shoreline of Lake Livingston among pine and hardwood forest. Facilities include multiuse campsites with hookups, screened shelters, group trailer sites and shelter, boat ramps, bait-house store, gas and floating docks, rest rooms, showers, and dump station. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, hiking, and nature trails. About 7 miles southwest of Livingston; U.S. 59 via F.M. 1988 southwest; F.M. 3126 north to Park Rd. 65.

Admission: Admission
Address: 300 Park Rd. 65
Phone: 800/792-1112

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Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 2

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