This Underrated Hiking Trail In Louisiana Leads To Jaw-Dropping Views

It’s the perfect time of year to get outdoors and explore some nature trails. The temperatures have dropped a bit, the air is crisp, and the mosquitos are (for the most part) a distant memory. We’re always looking for new trails to explore, and we’ve found a National Wildlife Refuge in Monroe that has some trails that lead to incredible views that you need to see.

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You can find the refuge at 480 Richland Place Dr, Monroe, Louisiana 71203. The trails are open seven days a week during daylight hours and there is no charge to enter.

Have you ever been to Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge? Let us know!