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The Polk County Commerce Center is a great venue for Conferences or Meetings of any type. But, it's more than that, we have a large auditorium that can seat over 1,400 for concerts, etc. We also have tables and chairs to seat 800 banquet style for weddings, receptions or any of your Special Events. The commerce center has smaller meeting areas to meet all your business needs. The auditorium has a stage, retractable stadium seating, state of the art sound system, video monitors throughout the building and wonderful commercial kitchen facilities. 

The Livingston-Polk County Chamber of Commerce, located in Livingston, Texas, serves the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, Corrigan, Goodrich, Lake LivingstonLivingstonOnalaska, and the Polk County area.  Polk County is known for being the gateway between the Texas Forest Country and Texas Gulf Coast Area; providing fishing, hunting, outdoor activities, antiquing, hometown restaurants and much, much more.  Come stay for a day…or a lifetime!

Shop Livingston, a Texas Main Street City, or our monthly Trade Days with over 200 vendors offering unique shopping to suit any occasion. Throughout Polk County you will find many unique shops, bed and breakfasts, artisans, and some of the best home cooking you will ever sink your teeth into.


What's coming up on the calendar? Check out the latest meetings & events in Livingston.

The Onalaska area, because of its location at the heart of Lake Livingston, has become a popular vacation and retirement community, and despite its growth, still retains a small-town quality with a country atmosphere. 

At Lake Livingston State Park, you can swim, fish, boat, hike, bird, camp, picnic, mountain bike, geocache and study nature. We have activities for the whole family! Take a virtual tour with our Interactive Trails Map.

We offer many camping options, from tent sites with water nearby up to campsites with full hookups. You can also rent one of 10 screened shelters, some of which are ADA accessible. Or book one of our group facilities for your next reunion. Learn more about our site-specific reservation project.

Big Thicket National Preserve was established on October 11, 1974, to protect its rich biological diversity. A convergence of ecosystems occurred here during the last Ice Age, bringing species from very different habitats together in one relatively small area. Cacti and yucca grow near longleaf pines, while southern magnolias grow near beech and bald cypress trees.

On December 15, 1981, the Preserve was designated an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Man and the Biosphere Program. On July 26, 2001, the American Bird Conservancy recognized the Preserve as a Globally Important Bird Area joining thousands of others around the world.

Today, the Preserve consists of 15 units covering over 113,000 acres of land and water. Visitors travel here from around the world to explore the trails and waterways of the Big Thicket.

A New, Closer Destination for Gaming Entertainment

The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas is proud to announce the NEW Naskila Gaming located just east of Livingston, Texas off Hwy 190 – Just over an hour north of Houston!

Live Music Events

Classic Hits 92.3 The Eagle, radio station in Livingston, TX, hosts the annual outdoor concert Eaglefest in Onalaska, TX, as well as other concerts each year.

Across The Tracks is located in downtown Livingston right across the tracks from the courthouse.  It is a BYOB and Non-Smoking  venue.  Gus runs the bar most Saturday nights and sells non-alcoholic beverages. 

Naskila Gaming, in addition to being Texas’ newest destination for gaming entertainment with 800 games to choose from, Naskila Gaming also features live music every Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

Pontoons Restaurant & Bar on Lake Livingston in Onalaska often features local artists on Sunday afternoons.

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