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Planning Your Lake Livingston State Park Visit

Head to Texas's Lake Livingston to go hiking, and to dig into some local chicken-fried steak in the comfort of one of the Lake Livingston State Park cabins. Visit the southern part of the state and pop over to Houston after touring the park. Visit the Polk County Library and the area's various trails.

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The Best Hiking Trails in Lake Livingston State Park

This 84,800-acre state park, founded in 1977, is ideal for hiking, with trails winding through the pines. See the lake on Lake Livingston Trail, or walk through the woods on the Pineywoods Nature and Briar Loops Trail. Oaks Flat Nature Trail is great for hiking or biking, and Lake Livingston State Park hotels make for an ideal retreat after a day of exploration.

  • Lake Livingston Trail

    This easy, 2-hour year-round trail is the only trail that goes around the lake, and it's open to pets. See the well-preserved piers and the campground.

  • Pineywoods Nature and Briar Loop Trails

    This short, easy, and flat hike is perfect for adults and children.

  • Oak Flats Nature Trail

    Hike or bike alone this slightly elevated, 0.5-mile trail to see the local vegetation.

  • Middle Lake Trail Loop

    This longer, 7-mile trail takes you past the lake. It's great for running due to its low elevation.

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The Best Family Activities in Lake Livingston State Park

Frolic in the sun in Lake Livingston, the park's largest lake, and explore the pine woods before heading over to the Polk County Library to learn about local genealogy. Lake Livingston State Park cabins are right in the thick of the action.

  • Polk County Library

    Created in 1913, the library has a genealogy section offering insights into local families' history – check if your family tree has roots in the area!

  • Lake Livingston Fishing

    Lake Livingston, the state's largest lake, has an ample supply of white bass. While away the hours as you fish for crappie and catfish from your boat or the bank.

  • Lake Livingston Adventures

    Bring your children on an adventure and teach them how to swim. Learn more about fishing and the difference between baitfish and gamefish.

  • Polk County Memorial Museum

    Bring your children to this site, founded in the 1960s, to learn about local history at exhibitions such as "Native Americans and Pioneers" and "Civil War Life and the War Years."

  • Fishin Addiction Guide Service

    Take a guided boat trip using fish finder technology on Lake Livingston. Opt for the educational tour with your kids to learn how to identify fish as well as about the sport of fishing.

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