Lake Livingston State Park

While we were at our home base in Livingston we decided to go check out the state park. We wanted to check out the RV park and the walking trails. There are a few walking trails. The Pineywood Boardwalk trail is handicap accessible.

It goes through a wetland area. It is approximately one mile long. We did not walk on an of the other trails. It had been raining quite heavily the week we were in Livingston. Those other trails were muddy. We did walk along the lake and the road ways.

We did not camp here but we checked out all the camping and RV areas. This is a great place to bring your bike. The roads are nice and flat. You can ride your bike easily to all parts of this park. The tent camping areas look pretty dry even with all the rain we had been receiving. All the RV areas were nice. The Red Oak and Piney Shores looked to be the only loops open.
It also looks like the pads have recently been updated to concrete. All other RV pads were asphalt. Piney Shores has great views of the lake.

Next time we are in Livingston we want to stay at this park for a few days. There was great bird watching and it was very quiet. I can only imagine what this place must be like in the spring and fall. It has got to be packed with activity. Have you stayed at this park? You can make a reservation at TexasSateParks.org.

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