WELCOME to The Waterfront Lodge, the only motel-style accommodations of the shoreline of beautiful Lake Livingston. Discover Lake Livingston's natural beauty, fishing and relaxing surroundings from the comfort of The Waterfront Lodge restful waterfront settings.
The Waterfront Lodge is located at the mouth of Kickapoo Creek as it enters Lake Livingston. The creek was named for Coushatta Indian Chief, Long King. Kickapoo Creek has a long history in Polk County connecting Long King's Village with Battise Village near the mouth of the creek on the Trinity River. The Battise Trace included a trail radiating from the village of Long King, the principal chief of the Coushatta Indians in Texas during the first three decades of the nineteenth century.
The Waterfront Lodge continues to bring people together at Kickapoo Creek. The lodge offers spacious rooms with kitchenettes for an overnight, weekend or extended stay with creek and lake views from each room.
The Waterfront Lodge is a 23 unit, all-suites lodge and RV Park located at the mouth of historic Kickapoo Creek on beautiful Lake Livingston.
The lodge offers 450 square foot suites with mini-fridges, full size microwaves, coffee makers, pine furnishings, king suites or double queen suites, cable TV, Wifi and waterfront views of Lake Livingston from all units. All rooms are nonsmoking and two rooms are designated as "pet rooms." There is also a designated swimming area.
The Waterfront Lodge also offers a pavilion for family reunions, birthday parties, weddings, receptions and more.
The Waterfront Lodge often hosts fishing tournaments. Anglers appreciate easy lake access at the large launch area and above ground electrical outlets at the lodge for power needs.
Texas Bass Nation anglers weigh in at The Waterfront Lodge pavilion
while other anglers remove watercraft at the large launch area.
Pontoons Restaurant And Bar is now closed. Over 8,000 square feet of indoor
and outdoor facilities is now available for lease.
Patrons and guests enjoy outdoor dining on the large deck.
TOURNAMENT SEASON HAS BEGUN
Texas Bass Federation held a tournament in June, 2016. Anglers appreciate the large accommodations from easy access of the launch to spacious rooms.
A Few of Nature's Moments at The Waterfront Lodge!
Egrets and Blue Herons are frequent visitors.
Many variety of ducks enjoy the property
Waterfowl of all types can be seen on the shore line. Blue Herons and Egrets are common sites. Ravens, Gulls, Eagles, Woodpeckers, American Pelicans, Blue Birds, varieties of Humming Birds and other birds are common to Lake Livingston and surrounding areas. Aligators, although not normally seen, also call the upper creeks of Lake Livingston home. Many varities of ducks, gulls and other water fowl also enjoy the property when migrating through East Texas.