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Lake Livingston State Park

Lake Livingston State Park, Texas

Topaz may be the official gem of the state of Texas, but everyone who has visited this park knows what the real gem of Texas is… opal. Definitely opal. You probably thought we were going to say that Read more...
Topaz may be the official gem of the state of Texas, but everyone who has visited this park knows what the real gem of Texas is… opal. Definitely opal. You probably thought we were going to say that Lake Livingston State Park was the gem, didn’t you? C’mon people, we aren’t that cheesy. This 635-acre park located just 75 miles north of Houston boasts gently rolling sandy hills and subtropical climates that allow beautiful blooms of redbud, parsley hawthorn, prairie primrose, purple passion vine, scarlet sage, verbena and goldenrod. Also home to one of the largest lakes in the state, Lake Livingston provides endless opportunity for activities such as swimming, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and geocaching. We hope you’ll take the time to stop by and visit this “gem” of a park! Okay you were right, we said it after all :)
Briar Loop Campground
These sites are so special that they’re designated by letters A - P as opposed to the traditional...
Hercules Club Loop Campground
The farthest south of Lake Livingston’s campgrounds, these sites are nestled on one of the corner...
Piney Shores Campground
Aptly named are these campgrounds sheltered in amongst the forested pines, right on the eastern shores...
Red Oak Campground
Sandwiched between the beachside Piney Shores and the outer Yaupon Loop campgrounds, sites 38 - 49 are...
Yaupon Loop Campground
The farthest removed from the lake of among the three campground conglomeration including Piney Shores...
Pin Oak Loop Campground
Right along the lake on the park’s northern boundary, sites 98 - 147 are scenically located despite...
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Stubblefield Lake Campground
Matthew
Matthew: Stubblefield is nice, but the Overflow Campground a few minutes down the road is free and really great...
Big Thicket Backcountry
Tertius
Tertius: Correction on the description: Fires are allowed and you can gather firewood to make them. Pets are...
Raven Hill Campground
Raven Hill is the place to park your four-wheeled crib! Backing it up is encouraged at these sites...
Coloneh Campground
Coloneh Campground is tent-tastic! If you’re looking for a low-key getaway at Huntsville State Park,...
Prairie Branch Campground
Texas
Texas: We camped at Huntsville in the dead of winter and were the only campers at the entire park! It was a...
Creekside Walk-in Campground
Sixteen sites sit creekside where you’ll walk from 250 to 500 yards to your campsite. Once settled in...
River front paradise
Joshua
Joshua: Welcome to Davis Creek. Come pitch your tent on this Waterfront Paradise overlooking the Neches River...
Martin Dies Campground
Joe
Joe: Martin Dies has a wide variety of different types of campsites. We chose a fairly open spot right on...
Caney Creek Campground
It’s going to be hard to find a campground that’s a better value than Caney Creek. The cheapest rates...
Hilltop Campground
Find the most amenities at Hilltop Campground, each complete with picnic table, fire ring, tent pad,...
Village Creek Sponsored Youth Group Campground
The group walk-in camping area is a great place to take the kiddos. Enjoy family-style meals at a...
Mission Tejas Campground
There aren’t many sites to choose from, so choosing the right one won’t be difficult! All fifteen...
Brazos Bend Campground
You might want to consider bringing along a fan when visiting the Burr Oak area where, depending on...
bunny hill farm
sherri
Sherri: pitch you tent in the woods. sleep under the stars. few minute walk to main house.
Willow Oak Campground
Claim a spot among the tall grass at Willow Oak Campground. You’ll find a picnic table, fire ring, and...
Stephen F. Austin Campground
Come one, come all! At Stephen F. Austin Campground, take your pick from 40 pull-through, full hook-up...
Piping Plover Campground
Though Piping Plover Campground is tucked away in the corner of Texas near the marshes, it’s anything...
West Beach Primitive Campground
When you think of camping in Texas, do you imagine taking long walks on the beach, and waking up to...
East Beach Primitive Campground
When you think of camping in Texas, do you imagine taking long walks on the beach, and waking up to...
Privet Spring Fed Creek
Matthew
Matthew: Inspired by his love of nature and his affinity for hot springs, Matt (the host) crafted this camp as...