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Livingston was settled in 1835, just before the state of Texas gained its independence from Mexico. Nestled among Texas’s Piney Woods, Livingston offers those who are looking for an escape from the rest of the world the perfect destination. With small-town charm, historic buildings and streets, and plenty of lakes and forest trails to explore, Livingston has everything. Not only that but when you rent an RV in Livingston, you won’t be too far from Houston, for when you want to enjoy some time in the big city.

When you book an RV in Polk County, you will be able to enjoy freshwater fishing, beautiful forests, and that classic Southern hospitality. Whether you plan to travel to the Lone Star State in the winter or summer, your recreational opportunities are sure to make for a memorable journey.

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The Great Outdoors

Just on the western edge of town is Lake Livingston State Park. Lake Livingston is one the largest lakes in all of Texas, giving visitors ample opportunity to enjoy freshwater fishing, kayaking and canoeing, and even partaking in a little swimming during the warmer months. The lake is known for its bass and catfish fishing, and you can even rent fishing supplies at the park. Or instead, you can enjoy hiking along the sandy hills and through the towering pines.

A short drive north of town is the Davy Crockett National Forest near Lufkin. Davy Crockett National Forest stretches across 160,000 acres of East Texas’ Piney Woods. Those looking to explore on foot can enjoy the Four C National Recreation Trail, as it winds through the forest for 20 miles. Or instead, you can enjoy one of the shorter trails. If you want to beat the summer heat, you can enjoy the 45-acre Ratcliff Lake with its ample fishing and swimming opportunities.

A wonderful day trip destination for the RV rental from Livingston is the Big Thicket National Preserve near Lumberton. Big Thicket offers visitors an interesting natural playground just waiting to be explored. In just Big Thicket alone, nature enthusiasts can explore piney woods, bayous, wetland savannas, and so much more. You can rent a canoe or kayak and journey down the 21-mile Village Creek paddling trail or enjoy one of the many trails that makes up an exploratory network of 40 miles. No matter what you choose to indulge in, you will get to see many sides of the natural beauty of Texas without even leaving the confines of the park.

RV Parks

When you book an RV rental in Livingston, you are going to need to find somewhere to stay the night so you can rest and recuperate while on your Texas journey. Luckily enough, there are a few options around town and along the shores of Lake Livingston that are worth considering.

Just north of town is Gray’s Landing RV Park. At Gray’s Landing, amenities include full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and laundry facilities. Guests will also have access to Wi-Fi and a fishing pond.

Explore the City

If you’re going to immerse yourself into any town, then a Texan town is the place to do it. Filled with Southern hospitality, plenty of history, and lots of good food, Livingston is a wonderful community just waiting to be explored. There are so many fun ways to spend your days when you rent an RV in Livingston.

If you want to learn more about the history of the area, you can spend time at the Polk County Memorial Museum. You can peruse exhibits about the geological history of the area and even see fossils from the Ice Age, learn about the Native American tribes who lived in the area and learn about the Civil War and the county’s participation.

When you’re looking for an evening out on the town, you can head to the music venue in town. The venue hosts local live music several times a month and often hosts visiting and touring artists.

If you want to try something maybe a little new to you, then you can head to the horse ranch just west of town near Lake Livingston. The ranch offers trail rides and carriage rides around the lake. If you’re feeling even more daring, you can sign up for a lesson and learn more about horses and horseback riding.

When you secure a motorhome rental in Livingston, make sure you find yourself a local barbecue joint. There are plenty of locally run restaurants offering a wide variety of delicious barbecue options. No matter what you’re hankering for, make sure you try some of the sausage or brisket, the true Texas barbecue staples.

When it comes time to restock and refuel your camper rental in Livingston, you'll have plenty of options. There are quite a few gas stations and grocery stores around the town where you can get whatever you want or need.

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