If you love to camp, Lake Livingston has the perfect camping spot for you. You can camp among the pine trees, or you can choose a more modern campground. Many of the campgrounds offer electricity and water. You can choose to camp in a state park, a park ran by Trinity River Authority, or a privately owned campground.
We do not make reservations for any of the campsites, you will need to contact the campsite that you are interested in to make your reservations.
Lake Livingston State Park
The Lake Livingston State Park is located at 300 Park Rd 65. It is a beautiful area with alot of activites for everyone.
The park covers 635.5 acres along Lake Livingston. It offers campgrounds, screened shelters, boat ramps, a marina, horsback riding, picnic area, and a swimming pool. There are fees associated with park entrance and camping. For information on current fees see the Lake Livingston State Park link. You can make reservations online. (The links to Lake Livingston State Park and reservations online are provided as a courtesy and you will be leaving the current website. This website is not affilated with the State or reservations online system.)
The campsites offer sites with water, electricty and water, or electricity, water and sewer. You will also find restrooms with shower facilities. Many of the sites are right on the water, or within close walking distance. There is also a trailer dump facility right in the park.
There are 10 screened shelters that you can stay in. Reservations are required for the screened shelters. The shelters have an inside picnic table, and an upstairs bunk area for sleeping.
The park has great fishing. You can expect to catch crappie, perch, catfish, and bass. You can catch fish right from the shore, or in a boat. The marina is open from March – Oct. The marina has bait just in case you run out. There are fish cleaning stations located in the park, so you can take care of your daily catch.
If you like horseback riding, this is a great place to ride. The lake has an onsite stable. You can enjoy a Guided Trail Ride, or take on of the breakfast or dinner rides There are fees associated with horseback riding, please see the Lake Livingston State Park Equestrian Page, for more information. (The links to Lake Livingston State Park Equestrian Page is provided as a courtesy and you will be leaving the current website. This website is not affiliated with the State Park.)
Texas Parks and Wildlife now offer guided tours through the park. You can even have a chance to fish with a Ranger. Visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Events Calendar to plan your visit.
The Store and Marina located with in the park is privately operated. You can shop for groceries, ice, bait, tackle, firewood, camping and RV supplies. If you want a souvenirs of your visit, just visit the store.Mountain Bike Rentals are available for rental at the marina. If you don’t have a boat, and would like to rent one the marina rents rowboats, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats. The store is conveniently located in front of the lighted fishing pier. The store accepts checks, MasterCard and Visa. Store hours vary with the seasons. Please call (936) 365-4280 for additional information.
Wolf Creek Park
Managed by Trinity River Authority
Wolf Creek Park is located near Cape Royale. Cape Royale has alot of deer roaming in the streets of the communities. Occassionally you may see deer in Wolf Creek Park. Small wildlife is abundant through out the park. If you like to golf, Cape Royale has an 18 hole golf course. Bring your clubs, enjoy a day of camping, fishing and golf.
Wolf Creek Park has 30 campsites for RV’s with water and electricity. There is 54 tent sites with water and electricity, and 19 tent sites with water only. Many of the campsites are located right on the water. There are a few sites that are within walking distance of the water.
The park has a marina. You can purchase groceries, and fishing supplies. They even have boat rentals.
The next time you want to camp at Lake Livingston, try out Wolf Creek Park.