This Louisiana Waterfall Is So Hidden, Almost Nobody Has Seen It In Person
By Jackie Ann|Published March 11, 2022
Louisiana native and LSU Alum (Geaux Tigers!), Jackie has lived in Louisiana for over three decades and currently lives in New Orleans. She's been writing for OnlyInYourState since 2016 and can often be found with a coffee at her side, dreaming of her next adventure.
In 1980, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries began to develop what is known today as the J.C. “Sonny” Gilbert Wildlife Management Area. Today, the wildlife management area sprawls across over 7,500 acres in Catahoula Parish and is one of the most underrated wildlife management areas in the state.
For more information, including a trail map and more, visit the Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries website. Remember, you’ll need a permit and/or a license to enter any wildlife management areas in Louisiana, and you can learn more about that here.
If you’ve ever seen any of these waterfalls in person, let us know in the comments below!
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