Livingston, Texas

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Lake Livingston State Park

Lake Livingston State Park is a 635 acre state park that features hiking, birding, fishing, and camping. It’s about 8 miles from the town of Livingston. Day use fee is $5.00 per person and I was able to visit on the Texas State Parks free entrance day (November 10). I took my dogs on several of the hiking trails and we also visited the marina and gift shop.

Piney Woods Boardwalk Trail is an ADA compliant short trail (.9 miles) that loops around and takes you to a pond and a bird blind little building where you can sit and observe nature.

The boardwalk trail

The bird blind

At the marina is an observation tower you can climb. There is also a nice gift and souvenir shop.

Observation tower

Gift shop


Walking path in the campground area

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