Great Fishing, Beautiful Sunsets at Lake Livingston KOA in Onalaska, Texas

Lake Livingston KOA mapThe camping season is in full swing at the Lake Livingston KOA in Onalaska, Texas, located in the heart of the Piney Woods of East Texas.

Our 105-site campground is located on 30 developed acres and wraps along the north shore of Lake Livingston, a popular fishing area and a great place to see beautiful sunsets.

Daytime temperatures in the low 90s are common now, and the camping spirit is alive and well here. Our campground is already booked solid for Memorial Day weekend and the Fourth of July and filling up fast for Labor Day weekend. On Father’s Day Weekend (June 13-15), kids camp free. Reserve Online or call 800-562-5714 and reference Hot Deal Code: *F for this Father’s Day special.

You can follow fishing on Lake Livingston via this online fishing report we link to on our website.

Our campground’s amenities include 50-amp service, 100-foot-long RV sites, swimming pool, hot tub, Wi-Fi, cable TV and a spacious pavilion.

Nearby attractions include Lake Livingston State Park and its many hiking trails, the Sam Houston National Forest and the Polk County Memorial Museum.

Buster McNutty’s Lakeside restaurant located on our property is a great place for fabulous food and those incredible sunsets.

Directions

From I-45: Take U.S. 190 east for 26.6 miles. We will be on the left side as you cross the big bridge. From Hwy 59: Take U.S. 190 west for 13.7 miles. We will be on the right side.

Book Now

To reserve a campsite, call (800) 562-5714 or for information call (936) 646-3824. Visit us at http://koa.com/campgrounds/onalaska/. Be sure to check out our active Facebook page.

 

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