Louisiana March 24, 2018
You’ll Never Run Out Of Things To Do At The Biggest State Park In Louisiana
Louisiana has dozens of state parks, each offering their own unique attractions. Few offer as many as Chicot State Park, the largest state park in Louisiana. From fishing to hiking, swimming, and kayaking, you can do it all right here at this amazing state park. Let’s take a closer look.
If you’re looking for a weekend full of epic outdoor adventures, look no further than Chicot State Park.
Located in Ville Platte, this massive state park features 6,400 acres of rolling hills surrounding a 2,000-acre man-made lake.
You’ll never run out of things to do here.
Chicot Park offers fishing boat rentals, pavilions, BBQ pits, picnic areas, and so much more.
Fishermen will love casting their line in Lake Chicot
Largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and red-ear sunfish are just some of the fish stocked in the lake.
Their lakeside cabins are what dreams are made of.
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to views like this?
As the weather gets warmer, be sure to take advantage of their water playground.
Open Tuesdays-Sundays April 1st-October 31st. Kids will have a blast here!
Those looking to explore on foot will have several options to choose from.
Along the hike, there are places you can set up a primitive campsite.
There’s a 20-mile hiking trail that encircles the lake, offering beautiful views and opportunities for tons of wildlife viewing.
Deer, alligators, turtles, bobcats, and even coyotes have all been spotted here.
The Louisiana State Arboretum is also located within Chicot State Park.
A fun-filled educational experience for kids and adults of all ages!
Featuring an outdoor classroom and several miles of nature trails, both kids and adults will have a blast while learning about Louisiana’s native plant and wildlife.
Take a leisurely stroll through more than 600 acres of some of Louisiana's most scenic natural landscape.
You can find Chicot State Park at 3469 Chicot Park Rd., Ville Platte, Louisiana 70586.
Have you ever camped here? Let us know in the comments below!