RECENT BASS TOURNAMENTS INCLUDE TEXAS SELECT BASS TRAIL, CARABAS TEXAS TOUR, TEXAS BASS NATION AND VARIOUS SCHOOL DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS.
The swimming area is the place to cool off during the day.
New Lighted Fishing Pier update picture to be added
Guests enjoy pulling in a variety of fish from our great fishing pier. Guests have caught crappie, largemouth, smallmouth, sandies, drum, and catfish running though the area right off the pier.
Pontoons Restaurant & Bar
Pontoons Restaurant & Bar is open with advertised menu specials. Dine indoors overlooking the lake or outdoors on the large deck on the water. Large television screens offer the ultimate in lakeside sports enjoyment. Appitizers and meals are made from scratch using Alan's family recipices.
Pontoons Restaurant and Bar hosts "Rock The Dock" on weekends during the summer months highlighting musical artists. Patrons arrive by boat, motorcycle, car or a short walk for lodge and RV guests.
Band members prepare to Rock The Dock.
Each year the City of Onalaska presents a beautiful fireworks display from the middle of Kickapoo Creek free to the public. Waterfront Lodge is the perfect location to play during the day and relax while watching the show.
People enjoy the day listening to live music and watching the fireworks at dusk.
The Lake is "the place" to be.
Breath-taking views of moons rising over Kickapoo Creek and Lake Livingston.
Local families of ducks visit the property
Egrets and Blue Herons are frequent visitors.
Just a Few of Nature's Moments at The Waterfront Lodge!
Waterfowl of all types make a morning stroll with a cup of coffee on the shoreline a peaceful way to begin the day.
Many variety of ducks enjoy the property
A Few of Nature's Moments at The Waterfront Lodge!
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.