Welcome to Livingston!

The Livingston Specialty Merchants' Guild welcomes you to the Livingston area. Perfectly situated in the rolling hills of East Texas surrounded by acres of forests and minutes away from Lake Livingston, the second largest lake in Texas. Livingston is full of hidden treasures, but don't worry, 'Sam the Fish' will show you all the best spots. Stop by one of the many locations to grab a copy of our Visitor Guide and Map.

If shopping is your passion, local merchants offer happy hunting in the many antique and specialty shops. For an even greater shopping experience visit during the monthly Trade Days show.

Directions to Livingston
Calendar
Sep 12 - Sep 14
Livingston Trade Days

Sep 13
Fall Yard Sale Extravaganza

Oct 3 - Oct 5
Country Market Days

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Sam says, "Even I skip a swim to spend time at Trade Days!"

Shop Monthly at Trade Days
Trade Days

Sam says, "Livingston Trade Days is a treasure hunters' delight."

This outdoor market is held on the weekend before the 3rd Monday of each month in beautiful Pedigo Park, located on Highway 59 North, mile north of Highway 190. Take Exit 434D Northbound or Exit 432B Southbound.

The monthly Trade Days Show has something for everyone. There are handmade swings, rockers, crafts, stained glass, candles, jewelry, antiques and collectibles, plants, furniture, knives, swords, pottery, Tupperware, local honey, clothing, children's items, yard art, and much more. There are shaded picnic tables and a variety of food items for the sampling.

The show also features special events throughout the year including an Outdoor Expo in March, a Spring Yard Sale each May, and a Fall Yard Sale Extravaganza in September.

Sam says, "Bring your shopping cart and catch this monthly show. You'll get Hooked on Livingston Trade Days!"


Meet Sam the Fish
Sam The Fish

Sam the Fish is the playful mascot of the Livingston Specialty Merchants' Guild. Sam helps these local merchants promote Livingston and the distinctive and extraordinary merchants that make it unique.

Guild businesses include artisans, antique and specialty shops, boutiques, 'mom and pop' restaurants, bed and breakfasts, as well as recreation businesses. When you see Sam the Fish in the window of a member business, you know it's locally owned and operated.

Sam says, "Get hooked, Stay hooked, Shop More, Play Hard, Eat-a-Lot, Sleep-In, Come Back and Visit Often!"