Easy to Find, Easy to Love
Highway 190 will bring you right to our gate. Quiet, woodsy, and secluded, we offer the ideal way to get back to nature and relax. Our convenient location means you can get to Lake Livingston in minutes…it’s only 7 miles away. So hop in the car and head out for fun!
Lake Livingston State Park
Fish one of the largest lakes in Texas, hike quiet trails through the forest, or picnic under the trees. This refreshing retreat from city life is just minutes away from your Blue Sky campsite. Lake Livingston is noted for its white bass population. You might catch catfish, crappie, bass or perch. The park has three boat ramps, two fish cleaning stations, a fishing pier and fishing from the banks.
Fishing Addiction Guide Service
Captain Jeff will transport you to where the fish are biting on Lake Livingston. Take your family and friends on his 24’ Ranger and reel in the white bass, stripers, catfish, and crappie. Captain Jeff provides the fishing equipment, bait, and refreshments.
Joe Pedigo Park
Friendly community park offers a playground, a duck pond, baseball & softball, concessions, pavilion, picnic shelters, restrooms, soccer field, and a generally laid-back feeling. Go there and chill out!
Livingston Trade Days
C’mon out in Spring and Fall for a twice-yearly marketplace in Pedigo Park, featuring unique artisans, rustic crafts, vintage collectibles & antiques, and plenty of food vendors. Free admission and free parking!
Rudy’s Honey Farm
Rudy’s bees make honey from wild flowers in the Piney Woods region of Southeast Texas. Tour the facility and shop for honey, beeswax & candles, and soaps & lotions…those busy bees make all kinds of stuff!
Shopping in Livingston
Clothing boutiques, jewelry stores, bake shops, ice cream parlors, leather goods, feed store, florist, meat market, and lots of shops for all kinds of people.
Polk County Memorial Museum
Travel back in time with the Museum’s fascinating exhibits…
- The Land – Home of Giant Mastodons
- Native Americans and Pioneers
- Civil War Life and the War Years
- East Texas Timber Industry
- Days of the Iron Horse
- River Boats on the Trinity
- Development and Social Life of Polk County
- The Main Street Collection
You’ll go back again and again. It’s THAT interesting!
The Luckiest Spot in Texas is just north of Livingston. Owned and operated by the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, Naskila Gaming offers Texas-sized payouts on more than 800 electronic bingo games and penny slots, the Timbers Grille, Café Itto Si, VIP Lounge, and a Players Club.