The park was very nice, had clean bathrooms, spacious sites and was shady. A few things unfortunately let this park down. The staff were very unhelpful and rude, the mosquito problem was outrages and the swimming pool is closed. You also may think it is cheap until they tell you at the end that there is a $5 per person fee on top of your camping fees!
Another great Texas state park. Park is huge and you can reserve specific spots now on the lake.
Although there has been some substantial tree loss due to recent hurricanes and drought, this remains an attractive and shady park. There is lots to do, including camping, picnicking, hiking, a swimming pool, mountain biking, horseback riding, nature study, fishing (crappie, perch, catfish and bass) and boating. Most campsites are spacious, level, and shaded. Our favorites are on the Piney Shores loop because they are right on the shore of Lake Livingston, and have outstanding views across the water.