Nestled in the Big Thicket, the reservation is home to the Alabama and Coushatta, part of the Southern forest tribes. Sam Houston was influential in having the reservation created in the 1850s. Enjoy scenic camping areas, fishing lake and swimming. www.alabama-coushatta.com
A historic log cabin was relocated downtown. Open Sat. July-Sept. 530 W. Church St.
A Trinity River Authority reservoir, the lake has several parks, camps and marinas with camping, boating and fishing, including the state park. West of Livingston off U.S. 190. www.trinityra.org
On a 90,000-surface-acre lake, this park is an angler's delight. It also offers horseback riding stables, an activity center and a swimming pool. Admission charge. About one mile south of Livingston; U.S. 59 via F.M. 1988 southwest; F.M. 3126 north to Park Road 65. www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-par...
The museum features Early American glassware, Native American artifacts, and relics of early settlers, logging and sawmill town photos, Civil War weapons, textiles and archives. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 514 W. Mill St. www.livingston.net/museum
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