Hiking and Water Activity at State Park
Things to Do
At Lake Livingston State Park, you can swim, fish, boat, hike, bird, camp, picnic, mountain bike, geocache and study nature. Take a virtual tour with Interactive Trails Map.
We offer many camping options, from tent sites with water nearby up to campsites with full hookups. You can also rent one of 10 screened shelters, some of which are ADA accessible. Or book one of our group sites for your next reunion.
Shop our park store for souvenirs, drinks, snacks, ice, camping and fishing supplies, and much more.
Alligators live in the area; read our alligator safety tips.
Lake Livingston is one of the largest lakes in the state, noted for its white bass population. You might catch catfish, crappie, bass or that kid favorite - perch. The park has three boat ramps, two fish cleaning stations, a fishing pier and bank fishing.
For more fishing and lake information, visit our Lake Livingston page.
Download our Fishing Tip Sheet
We loan cane fishing poles as part of the Tackle Loaner Program; check with the park store for availability. Remember, you do not need a fishing license to fish from shore in a state park. Check at park headquarters for more information.
Read our swimming safety tips before cooling off in the lake.
We rent canoes, single and double kayaks, and paddleboards at out park store, from Thursday through Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m..
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