The Fairytale Road Trip That’ll Lead You To Some Of Louisiana’s Most Magical Places
There are plenty of awesome attractions in Louisiana and many of them are close enough that you can make a day trip out of it. This hidden gems road trip in Louisiana will take you about six hours from point to point, but you’ll want to stop off and enjoy the sights along the way. Check out this fairytale places in Louisiana detailed map with driving directions to each location.
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Fontainebleau State Park: Located in Mandeville, this 2,800-acre state park boasts four miles of hiking as well as opportunities to recreate on Lake Pontchartrain, bike, and even explore some ruins and historical markers.
Lake Fausse Pointe State Park: This 6,000-acre park is actually located in both St. Martin and Iberia. Here, you have several different options for camping, including canoe campsites, and you can fish or boat along the seven-mile canoe trail. There are also three hiking trails.
Palmetto State Park: Located in Abbeville, this 270-acre park is on the Vermilion River and you can boat and fish here. There are also camping options and hiking and biking trails.
Lake Claiborne: Located in Clairborne Parish, this man-made lake is 6,400 acres. It’s known for its swimming, boating, and fishing. There is also plenty of recreation along its shores such as hiking and biking.
Lake Bruin: Located in Tensas Parish, this lake is 3,000 acres. You can boat, fish, and swim in its clear water. At the adjacent Lake Bruin State Park, you can fish from the pier, put your boat in the water, and even camp for the night.
Prien Lake: Located in Calcasieu Parish, this lake is 997 acres. It’s a great fishing spot, filled with croakers, redfish, and flounder. You can launch your boat from Prien Lake Park as well as swim in the lake from LaFleur Park.
Are there any castles in Louisiana?
Aside from Louisiana Castle discussed above, there are a few other castles in Louisiana. Check these fairytales places in Louisiana:
Beauregard’s Castle: Located in Fort Proctor, this castle was formerly a fort that was in place to protect New Orleans from naval attacks. Today, you’ll find that it is sinking into Lake Borgne. You can see it from Shell Beach or take out a kayak or boat.
Fisherman’s Castle: Located in New Orleans, this castle was built specifically for the 1988 World’s Fair. Although small in size, it has been mighty enough to remain standing after hurricanes like Issac and Katrina.
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