Last weekend I took my twin 5 year old daughters to Lake Livingston State Park here in Texas. I really needed a weekend getaway. Everything was going great until at 11:45 p.m. Friday night three cars with 15 or so people show up across the road from our site. They were so loud and had their headlights shining so they could set up their tents. One group of poor campers site was also lit up by their headlights. Next comes the loud Tejano music blaring from one of their cars. This was still going on at 2:00 a.m. so I called the local sheriff as the park ranger was off duty. I do not know if the Sheriff came or not, I finally fell asleep. The next morning while the girls and I were fishing, the bad campers come strolling by with beer bottles in hand heading down a hiking trail. I am sure the empty bottles did not make it back to their site. When we returned back to our pup at 10:30 a.m. one of the bad campers was sitting on the roof of his car, singing along with the music blaring again and pounding down the beers. I went to park station and complained. About 45 minutes later the park police arrived at their site and spoke to them for about 10 minutes. When the park police finished up with them, he came to my site to speak with me! Nice job making me a target! He was nice and told me to call if anything else happened. I was dreading Saturday night, they had been drinking heavily all day and had no idea what would happen once it became dark. Right at sunset the park police came by their site again, making a routine check. Next thing I see the ranger making them pick up all of the trash on their site and take it to the dumpster. Now it is dark and the officer moves his truck so his headlights could light up their site. HE WAS MAKING THEM TAKE DOWN THEIR TENTS AND LEAVE!!! They were very upset. One of the bad campers was yelling and cussing at us good campers. I am surprised that she didn't get arrested. When they finally drove off everyone that was watching the ruckus started clapping. Once the Park Ranger was finished escorting them off the State Park grounds he came back to our area and apologized for their behavior. Good guy, I wish I would have gotten his name. This park only allows eight people per site and two cars. They had three cars and least fifteen. That alone should have been addressed, the reason he decided to give them the boot is the fact that they were drinking in public and were warned multiple times. Alcohol is allowed but no public display. I was enjoying my adult beverages but it was in cup.