More than a RV Park
Enjoy fishing and water activities on Lake Livingston and our two bordering creeks, Kickapoo Creek and Rocky Creek, along with bird and wildlife watching, and the freedom to kick back and do nothing at our pool, outdoor fire pits, or your spacious RV site or cabin.
Our amenities include:
- Large resort-style pool and hot tub
- Fitness Center
- Swampers Ice House & Outdoor Movie Theatre
- BBQ grilling facilities
- Community fire pits
- Boat ramp, dock and slips
- Resort-wide high-speed wifi
- Concrete RV pads
- Full sewer, water, and 30 amp and 50 amp hook-ups
- 2-acre catch and release pond
- Laundry room
- Shower facilities
Area attractions located near Two Creeks Crossing Resort include:
- Fishing and boating on Lake Livingston
- Local wineries on the Texas Blue Bonnet Wine Trail
- Naskila Gaming at the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation
Need a fishing guide? Contact our friends at Fishin-Addiction at fishinaddictionguideservice.com.
Rocky Creek Falls
A natural waterfall is located on one of our bordering creeks, Rocky Creek, and located just a few minutes upstream from Two Creeks Crossing Resort.
Sam Houston National Forest
160,000-acre forest spanning three counties offering fishing, bird and wildlife watching, biking and canoeing, camping, and its award-winning Lone Star Hiking Trail.
Big Thicket National Preserve
113,000-acre nature preserve, described as a “biological crossroad” of a swamp, desert, Gulf coastal plains, Midwest prairies, and eastern hardwood forest with hiking trails, birdwatching and wildlife viewing, boating, paddling, and fishing.
Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Dedicated to early Texas history and preserving the memory of Sam Houston, the first president of the Republic of Texas and hero of the Battle of San Jacinto which won Texas its independence from Mexico. The museum encompasses a 15-acre complex located on General Houston’s former homestead and features exhibits, historical buildings, and historical demonstrations.
Sam Houston Statue and Visitor’s Center
The largest statue of an American hero and one of the largest freestanding statues in the U.S., “A Tribute to Courage,” affectionately known as Big Sam, stands a total of 77 feet tall and can be seen from over six miles away.
Local dining in Onalaska (three minutes away), Livingston (10 minutes away), and Huntsville (30 minutes away).