|The park is about 8 miles southwest of Livingston.|
|Lake Livingston from the top of a 3 story observation tower.|
|My daughter Nickelle at the top of the lake observation tower.|
Hookups: 20, 30, 50 amp water and sewer
Fire ring: Yes
Water Access: Yes at 4 out of 5 loops
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Dump station: Yes
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 2 out of 4 bars
Millenicom reception: 3 out of 4 bars
Cost: $18 / night
The Day Use area of the park has a boat ramp for getting boats onto Lake Livingston and a better stocked than usual park store and the aforementioned three story observation tower that provides great views of the lake. This state park is on the smaller side so there were less hiking trails than you usually get...about 2 miles of hiking and 2 miles of horse back trails.
|Docks and fishing piers at the Day Use area of the park.|
This was the view from the back steps of the Tank at our campsite which was completely shaded by trees.
|Each site had an RV parking spot and a tent pad for tent campers.|
If you make plans to camp at Lake Livingston State Park try to reserve campsites on the Piney Shores loop, particularly sites 1-10 or 53-71, those are directly on the lake and would offer (I assume since I couldn't get one) the best camping experience with views of Lake Livingston. I always enjoy camping with my daughter so it didn't make that much difference to me this time!
Thanks for reading!