Located in Trinity Texas along Lake Livingston
Trinity Cove is a private, waterfront community located on the shores of Lake Livingston. It is approximately an hour’s drive from north of Houston, Texas and only 5 miles from shopping, restaurants and medical facilities. The subdivision is wooded, well laid out and boasts several beautiful private homes. The entire area is wooded with pine and oak trees and is the perfect location for building your dream home or cabin. Property ownership includes access to Trinity Cove’s amenities which include two boat launches, and a park/camping area with electric and sewer hook-ups available.
Trinity Cove Attractions include:
- Lake for fishing, boating, and water skiing
- Private boat ramps
- Lakefront swimming pool (decommissioned until further notice)
- Park area with playground
- Camping facilities
- Community Center
- Community Activities
The Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation, located in a dense, wooded area known as the Big Thicket, is home to some of the southern forest tribes. They offer an excellent visitor’s program featuring Big Thicket tours in swamp buggies and on their miniature railroad, a living Indian village where tribal members employ traditional skills to make jewelry, baskets, and leather items, a museum and crafts shop, colorful tribal dances, and the “Inn of 12 Clans Restaurant” which offers customary fare along with pitcooked barbecue and traditional Indian foods. There are also scenic campgrounds, a fishing lake, and swimming areas.
Lake Livingston State Park is comprised of 640 acres and is located on the east shoreline of Lake Livingston among pine and hardwood forests. Their facilities include multi use campsites with hookups, screened shelters, group trailer sites, boat ramps, a bait-house store, gas and floating docks, rest rooms, showers, and a dumping station. Visitors can enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, hiking, and nature trails.
About The Area:
Lake Livingston is an 83,000 acre lake located in Trinity County, Texas and is one of East Texas’ largest lakes. For fishing enthusiasts, the lake is stocked with Bass, Crappie, White Bass, Striper and Catfish. In addition, there are a myriad of other water-related activities to enjoy including boating, water skiing, swimming, and sunbathing.
The entire region in East Texas, where Lake Livingston is located, is called Piney Woods. Piney Woods is famous for it’s beautiful pristine forests, carpeted with fragrant pine needles, brimming with mammoth lakes, and seasonally rich with roses, delicate dogwoods, and exquisite azaleas.
For more information about our community, please contact:
Trinity Cove Improvement Association (TCIA)
P.O. Box 334
TCIA Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Wed, Thurs, Fri, & Last Sat of the month.
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