Take time to explore and relax in one of Louisiana’s beautiful state parks. You will find wonderful camping, hiking, fishing and recreation in landscapes of forested hills, clear-water lakes, lowland swamps, marshes and Gulf beaches.
alert – hurricane closures
Several Louisiana State Parks remain closed as of September 14, 2021 due to damage from Hurricane Ida: Bayou Segnette State Park, Fairview-Riverside State Park, Grand Isle State Park, Tickfaw State Park. Fountainebleau State Park-Campgrounds Open-Cabins Closed. Sam Houston Jones State Park remains closed due to damage from Hurricane Laura in 2020. Get the latest closure updates from the Louisiana Office of State Parks.
The state of Louisiana operates 20 state parks that begin near the state’s northern border with Arkansas and extend south to a barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico. You will find a state park conveniently located near all of Louisiana’s major cities.