702 S. Robb - PO Box 549
Trinity, TX 75862
(936) 594-3856
(936) 594-0558 (Fax)

Known for its unspoiled natural beauty, the Upper Lake Livingston/Trinity River area provides year round activities with a small town flavor, while offering access to the luxuries & opportunities of one of the country's most sophisticated cities within an hour's drive.

The Trinity area offers a small town/resort atmosphere that takes advantage of its natural resources. We are very proud of our scenic countryside and the friendly folks that give us that hometown atmosphere. The abundance of wildlife and the fishing in the area adds to the natural beauty and sparks the enthusiasm of the nature lovers and the sportsman alike. Hunters & fisherman have long recognized the desirability of the Trinity Peninsula, and have a strong economic impact throughout the year.

Trinity is a growing community which offers small town charm. With a population of 2,721, it is a melting pot of longtime residents and people who have moved in from all over the country. While in Trinity, you can enjoy gift or antique shopping, dining in one of our many restaurants. Plan to enjoy a peaceful night in our local motel, bed and breakfast or one of our many campgrounds or resorts.

The year round recreation available and the reasonable cost of living also makes this area a popular choice of retirees, young families and second home buyers. With the State Headquarters of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and Sam Houston State University just 20 minutes away, the Trinity area also serves as a bedroom community for the constantly growing workforce of these two institutions.

Trinity can offer the weekend visitor, as well as the permanent resident, quality medical attention, dependable police and fire protection, a public library, convenient shopping, easy access to the lake with 12 area marinas and 2 public boat ramps, and a quality of life that one can only find in the Piney Woods of East Texas.

Located in the pine forests, the climate offers a welcome respite from the extreme heat and humidity. Temperatures range from an average low of 39 degrees in January to an average high of 94 degrees in July. Its 45" of annual average precipitation is sufficient to sustain its verdant character, yet its sandy soil and rolling landscape minimize the muddy conditions common to the Coastal Plains.
Approximately 95 miles from the Greater Houston Metropolitan area, lies an untapped residential/recreational paradise. Surrounded on three sides by Lake Livingston, Trinity is the largest city along its shoreline. Whether your interests are fishing, hunting, water sports or equestrian activities, this area can accommodate your every desire.