There’s A Little-Known Nature Preserve Just Waiting For Louisiana Explorers

There’s a hidden nature preserve in Louisiana that not too many people know about, and it’s perfect for a day trip. The MaryAnn Brown Nature Preserve boasts over 100 acres of beautiful scenery and some fascinating history. Once you see it in person, you’ll understand why famous artist John James Audubon used the area as inspiration for so many of his paintings. 

Visit the MaryAnn Brown Nature Preserve website for more information.

Once you’ve explored this preserve, maybe you’ll be inspired to take on the longest hiking trail in Louisiana.

Address: MaryAnn Brown Nature Preserve, 13515 LA-965, St Francisville, LA 70775, USA