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What Are The Most Popular Amenities in Lake Livingston, TX?

Trending Vacation Rental Amenities in Lake Livingston, TX

There are in total of 15 rental amenities in Lake Livingston, shown above with the property numbers. In Lake Livingston, 119 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 111 rentals offer TV, 110 rentals offer Bed linens provided. So, if you need Air Conditioning during your vacation, use the Air Conditioning filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Hot Tub, Pool.

Which Price Range Is Considered As A Good Deal in Lake Livingston, TX Area?

Vacation House & Cabin Rental Price Information in Lake Livingston, TX

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Lake Livingston has the largest percentage (22.88%) of homes in $150 - $200 price range.
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Which Accommodations Should I Pick in Lake Livingston, TX?
Rental Property Types in Lake Livingston, TX
Before visiting Lake Livingston, it is a good idea to explore all the accommodation types in this area, and pick the one that fits your group well. All the available accommodation types are: House, Cabin, Mobile Home, Townhome, Cottage, Recreational Vehicle, Lodge, Chalet, Bungalow, Villa, Bed And Breakfast. House is the most-liked rental type, with the largest percentage of 69.67%. The biggest home in this area available for rent is around 6540 square feet.The least popular accommodation in Lake Livingston is Bed And Breakfast rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in Lake Livingston, TX?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Lake Livingston, TX
35.25% of vacation homes in Lake Livingston are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Best Tourist Attractions in Lake Livingston, TX?
Tourist Attractions In Lake Livingston, TX

When you have only limited times to spend in Lake Livingston, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Must-Visit Trails in Lake Livingston, TX?
Top Trails In Lake Livingston, TX
If you like outdoor activities, we highly recommend you to visit those famous trails: Double Lake Trail Loop DLNA Trail to C-Trail and RCW Loop, Double Lake Trail, Double Lake Via Lone Star Hiking Trail, Lake Livingston Main Trail, Winters Bayou Trail, Lone Star Hiking Trail- Phelps Segment, Coloneh Trail, Prarie Branch Loop Trail, Chinquapin Loop Trail, Woodlands Trail.
Any RV Campgrounds in Lake Livingston, TX?
Campgrounds Recommendations In Lake Livingston, TX
For campgrounds in Lake Livingston, here are our recommendations: Double Lake Recreation Area, Sam Houston/Double Lake, Rock'N E RV Park, Wolf Creek Park Campground RV Park, Wolf Creek Park, Woodsy Hollow Campground RV Resort, Rainbow's End RV Park, Eagles Rest RV Park, Bustertown RV Park, Lake Livingston / Onalaska KOA.
How Many Airports in Lake Livingston, TX?
Airports Options in Lake Livingston, TX

Here are the airports that located near Lake Livingston:

What are the nightlife spots in Lake Livingston, TX?
Nightlife Spots

Naskila Gaming, just 15 minutes from Livingston, is an electronic gaming casino with almost 800 electronic games with Texas-sized jackpots available. Try your luck at the games, grab some delicious Mexican food at Café Itto Si or you can have breakfast all day at Timbers Grille. The casino is located at 540 State Park Road 56.

Hilltop Icehouse is a favorite for those visiting as well as those who live locally. It is biker-friendly with some of the best burgers in the area. Enjoy their Bloody Mary setups and breakfast tacos on weekends. Shoot pool while you listen to live music on weekends. Find them at 6540 US Highway 190 in Point Blank.

Shifters Roadhouse was created to provide a biker stop as they rode the Loop around Lake Livingston. It is a place to grab a cold drink with plenty of shady parking. Located at 11467 Highway 156 in Coldspring, it is one of the best bars in the area, stocked with beer, wine coolers, and non-alcoholic options as well.

How to get around in Lake Livingston, TX?
Transportations

The closest airport to Lake Livingston, Texas, is George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport, about an hour from the lake. You will need to rent a car at the airport to get to the lake.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Lake Livingston, TX?
Art & Culture Places

Polk County Memorial Museum recognizes that the past impacts the future which is why its mission is to preserve and interpret the heritage of Polk County. You can learn about the land when giant mastodons wandered the area as well as about the pioneers and Native Americans. There is an exhibit on the Civil War and life during those years as well as the days when timber was a driving economic factor. Learn about the “iron horse,” the coming of the railroad, riverboats on the Trinity and more. The museum is located at 514 West Mil Street in a home donated by Sechrest Bergman Webster in 1998.

What are the must-visit places in Lake Livingston, TX?
Must See Attractions

The main attraction in the area is Lake Livingston State Park, located at 300 Park Road 65. The park has many quiet trails where you can hike or bike as well as some of the best fishing in the area. There are areas where you can bird watch, picnic, and even geocache. Camping is available with sites suitable for tents and RVs. There are also ten screened shelters available for rent. Canoes, as well as single and double kayaks, are available for rent along with paddleboards and swimming is permitted in the lake.

Visit the historic downtown area of Livingston with many restored historic buildings, including the courthouse and the town square. Here you will find the oldest continually running movie theater in Texas. You can pick up walking guides at several downtown locations to learn more about the rich history of this small town.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Lake Livingston, TX?
Hidden Gems

Lake Livingston Dam created the lake when it was built, and it is an engineering marvel to see. They do offer tours of the facility on occasion and to get close to the dam, you do have to pay to park.

Although it seems unusual to visit a graveyard when traveling, the Old City Cemetery in Livingston is a unique location to check out. The graveyard began in 1840 when Josephus Choate, the four-year-old grandson of Moses and Ursula Choate, was buried there. The Choate family moved to the area from Kentucky, naming the town he started Springfield. After Polk County was established in 1846, he donated 100 acres of land to establish a county seat, renaming it Livingston. The cemetery sits in a block of land that was set aside for educational and religious use. At one time, there was a church and Masonic lodge with classroom on the land. When those structures moved to other areas of town, the cemetery expanded. At least 25 Republic of Texas citizens are buried in the cemetery as well as two Mexican War and 30 Civil War veterans. The cemetery sits at 300 East Polk Street.

In an effort to live a more sustainable lifestyle, the owners of Tempe Creek Vineyard and Farm purchased this 23-acre property and began their dream of not only living simply but also creating a beautiful event venue. Today, there is a boutique wine shop and tasting room as well as an event venue set in a vineyard. They are located at 307 Dickens Ranch Road in Livingston.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Lake Livingston, TX?
Trip Planning

Start your first day in the area with breakfast at Pit Row Pit Stop Diner before heading out for a morning in Lake Livingston State Park. Grab lunch at the Hitch-N-Post before taking the historic downtown Livingston walking tour and visiting the Old City Cemetery. Be sure to get a snack at Myli’s SweEat Ice or Champagne Cakes. Grab dinner at Shrimp Boat Manny’s.

The next day, start with breakfast at Alma’s Whistlestop Café before heading to Tempe Creek Ranch and then visit Double Creek Farms. Enjoy lunch at Florida’s Kitchen before heading to the Polk County Museum. Relax with a wine tasting at Tempe Creek Vineyard and then dinner at the Blue Duck.

What are the travel peak seasons in Lake Livingston, TX?
Peak Seasons

The monthly average temperatures in the Lake Livingston region are

  • January – low of 37F (3C); high of 60F (16C)
  • February – low of 40F (4C); high of 64F (18C)
  • March – low of 47F (8C); high of 71F (22C)
  • April – low of 54F (12C); high of 85F (29C)
  • May – low of 63F (17C); high of 85F (29C)
  • June – low of 69F (21C); high of 91F (33C)
  • July – low of 72F (22C); high of 94F (34C)
  • August – low of 71F (22C); high of 95F (35C)
  • September – low of 66F (19C); high of 89F (32C)
  • October – low of 55F (13C); high of 80F (27C)
  • November – low of 46F (8C); high of 70F (21C)
  • December – low of 39F (4C); high of 63F (17C)

The area averages 53 inches of rain each year and no snowfall. The summer months can be very humid.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Lake Livingston, TX?
Local Events & Festivals

Smoke in the Pines BBQ Cook-Off, held in June, gives local barbecue cooks a chance to win money. The competition includes the Smokin’ Hot Auto and Bike Show as well as vendor booths. There is even a Kid’s ‘Que event for children aged 5 to 17 where they are provided a barbecue grill, charcoal, and pork chops. The event is held at Joe Pedigo City Park.

What are the activities in Lake Livingston, TX that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Horseback riding is a fun family activity and Tempe Creek Ranch in Livingston offers trail rides along the many trails on their property. Each trail ride is limited to no more than five and children must be six years or older. The ranch is located at 1694 FM 2457 in Livingston.

Double Creek Farms began as an erosion project that eventually turned into a Christmas tree farm. The farm offers hayrides, a hay jump, jungle gym, playhouse, and a fort. There are picnic tables with a fire pit. In October, there is a pumpkin patch where you can choose your own pumpkin and paint it. The farm is located at 1288 Oakdale Loop.

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