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Located within the State Park are several types of trails. The 4.4 miles trails is for hiking; the 5 miles trails is for mountain biking, the 2.5 miles trails is for equestrian, and there is a 2.7 mile trail for nature study.

Located within the Lake Livingston state park are several types of trails. The 4.4 miles trails is for hiking; the 5 miles trails is for mountain biking, the 2.5 miles trails is for equestrian, and there is a 2.7 mile trail for nature study and birding.

The 2.5 mile equestrian trail is part of a tour. The trails passes through a scenic and wooded terrain while observing the abundance of plant and wildlife the park has to offer. Visitors must use the horses provided by Lake Livingston stables and are not allowed to bring their own horses.

Directions: From Livingston, TX, Travel 1 mile south on US Highway 59, 4 miles west on FM 1988, 1/2 mile north on FM 3126 to Park Road 65, which is 75 miles north of Houston.

Elevation: 194 feet

Distance: 2.7 miles

Difficulty: Varies

 
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