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Cabin · Point Blank
Beautiful Cabin by Lake Livingston
Kick back and relax in this thoughtfully furnished and designed cabin near Lake Livingston (2nd largest lake in TX)! Come here to picnic or take a canoe (available to rent) out into the lake! You can also fish here all year round! Community pool/dock/boat ramp/picnic area available within walking distance (~5 blocks away - Cabin is not on the water, see map). You'll love this cabin and lake! We live nearby and can answer any questions/share recommendations. We look forward to hosting you!
Dec 3 – 10
$80 per night
Cabin · Onalaska
Waterfront Cabin #2, Lake Livingston, Onalaska, Tx
You have beautiful waterfront cabin to yourself! It’s 500 sqft, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, knotty pine interior, hickory cabinets, granite countertop, glass and tile shower, WiFi & smart tv. We are on the large lake livingston, w/ 2 piers, swings on piers, boat slips, fishing & cleaning station, bbqs, fire pits, swimming. hunting near bye. Also check out our other cabins; #1 at https://ab #3 at ...///e12z1O9AbR, #4 at ...///2SE16aAQbX #5 at ...///kHdGcDjAbR Polk County
Feb 2 – 9
$114 per night
Cabin · Trinity
Blue cabin retreat on white rock creek
We have great wifi large acreage beautiful shade trees the back of property backs up to a cove with private boat ramp and dock that is shared with my other home perfect for kayaking canoeing and boating. A short boat ride to goat island where there are sandy beaches great for swimming and exploring. very cute cozy cabin with nice front porch for enjoyment. charcoal grill & fire pit for roasting hotdogs and smores kids can pitch a tent to get real camping experience. We have Roku and DVD player
Feb 2 – 9
$85 per night

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Lake Livingston State Park31 locals recommend
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Jerry's Restaurant9 locals recommend
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LeBlanc's Cajun Kitchen14 locals recommend
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Brookshire Brothers7 locals recommend
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Farmhouse On The Lake5 locals recommend
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Bullet Grill House12 locals recommend

Lake Livingston vacation rentals

Home · Point Blank
Couples retreat, Lake Livingston, LAKE FRONT
Dec 12 – 19
$145 per night
Guesthouse · Livingston
The Cottage at Grateful Gulley
Jul 10 – 17
$93 per night
Home · Livingston
Lone Star Lake House | Indian Hills, On the Water
Feb 27 – Mar 6
$188 per night
Home · Coldspring
Casa del Lago Lake Livingston ~ Boathouse w/Kayaks
Feb 9 – 16
$475 per night
Castle · Livingston
The Castle at Lake Livingston
Aug 5 – 12
$132 per night
Loft · Livingston
Beautiful Lakeside Couple's Retreat!
Sep 5 – 12
$110 per night
Tiny home · Cleveland
Lakefront Tiny Home Getaway
Nov 29 – Dec 6
$72 per night
Private room · Point Blank
The Healing Place on the Lake
Apr 21 – 28
$132 per night
Home · Livingston
Welcome to Sunset Spot! Waterfront, Full Amenities
Mar 9 – 16
$238 per night
Guesthouse · Onalaska
Lake Front Treehouse Cabin’s,Lake Livingston Texas
Oct 30 – Nov 6
$170 per night
Home · Livingston
Waterfront Lake House on Beacon Bay. Brand New!
Aug 13 – 20
$144 per night
Cottage · Livingston
Beautiful Cottage, 8 minutes away from the lake
Jun 15 – 22
$109 per night

Your guide to Lake Livingston

Welcome to Lake Livingston

Peaceful Lake Livingston isn’t the most popular body of water in Texas, and that’s just how visitors and locals like it. Covering about 90,000 acres, it’s the second-largest lake in the state, so it’s easy to launch your boat from one of the 100 or so ramps and find a quiet, shady beach where you can spend the day swimming, fishing, or simply relaxing. And keep an eye out for wildlife — white-tailed deer, waterfowl, raccoons, armadillos, swamp rabbits, and even the occasional alligator live along the flat, wooded shores.

Livingston, the largest town in the area, is 10 minutes from the lake, but several small communities dot its shores. Swim in some of the lake’s prettiest blue water off quiet Blanchard on the eastern shore, or fish in one of the many coves around Point Blank on the western side. Bustling Onalaska sits on a peninsula on the northeastern side of the lake at one end of the picturesque Lake Livingston Bridge, and Trinity, the largest lakeside town, has a number of restaurants and shops, and one business that visitors have claimed is haunted.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Livingston?

With its warm days and abundant, blooming wildflowers, spring is the most pleasant time of year to stay in one of Lake Livingston’s vacation rentals. From early March to mid-May, bluebonnets, firewheels, Texas Indian paintbrush, and buttercups carpet the forest floor. But for a taste of small-town life, visit in summer, when the event calendar is chock-full of celebrations, including the Fourth of July picnic in the park, Saturday farmers’ markets, and regular Trade Day flea markets in nearby Livingston and Coldspring. Also, each June, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, whose territory is located east of Livingston, welcomes visitors to their annual powwow event.

What are the top things to do in Lake Livingston?

Lake Livingston State Park

A small plot of protected land on the southeastern shore of Lake Livingston, this state park is nonetheless packed with opportunities for outdoor recreation. Rent canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards from the park store; participate in ranger-led activities; or hike one of the six short trails that wind through the park.


Lake Livingston is well known among anglers for its white bass fishing, but you might also hook crappie or massive catfish, which are abundant. Unless you plan to fish from the shores of Lake Livingston State Park, you’ll need a license, which you can purchase at bait shops and sporting goods stores. The park store also offers loaner fishing poles.

Livingston Heritage Park

Glimpse the past at Livingston’s Heritage Park, home to a locomotive built in 1911 that once transported lumber between mill towns in the area, and the historic Jonas Davis Log Cabin. Other notable historical sites include the Old City Cemetery, which dates back to 1840, and Old Town Coldspring, which includes a replica general store and a two-room schoolhouse from the 1920s.

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