When it comes to finding an affordable, family-friendly getaway that offers something for everyone, look no further than a Louisiana State Park.
17 of the 22 Louisiana State Parks offer cabins. Imagine waking up in Bogue Chitto State Park in a cabin overlooking the bluffs or rocking on a private porch with views of Lake Pontchartrain in Fontainebleau State Park. Picture yourself enjoying the quiet seclusion of a bayou-side cabin at Chemin-A-Haut State Park or strolling through the gardens and rock formations at Hodges Gardens State Park before retiring to your rustic log cabin retreat. The picture above is a cabin in Poverty Point Reservoir State Park.
These homes away home are ideal for family or group gatherings, sleeping between six to eight people and some parks offer lodges for even larger groups. Louisiana State Park cabins are stocked with basic cookware, utensils, tableware, towels and linens. Amenities vary across the parks, but some perks include satellite television, Wi-Fi and fireplaces ideal for curling up in front of on cooler evening. There’s no roughing it here!
But the best part of these cabin getaways is the wallet-friendly rates, which typically range from $120 to $150 per night. And you can check availability and book your stay directly from the individual Louisiana State Park websites.
With boating, fishing, hiking and biking trails, plus special events such as hayrides and history tours scheduled throughout the year, there’s plenty to do. If you would like a Louisiana information pack sending to you just email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to help.