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Lake Livingston State Park


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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
Our Website:www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/lakelivi/lakelivi.htm

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