The Louisiana Lookout Point With Majestic Views Year-Round

Stretching over 124,000 acres across Cameron Parish, the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most beautifully raw landscapes in Louisiana. This wildlife sanctuary is the largest coastal marsh refuge along the Gulf Coast and is a home for countless critters including alligators, blue crabs, shrimp, and over 200 species of birds. There’s a short-and-sweet trail within the refuge that’s one of the most scenic trails in the area and it’s perfect for an outdoor adventure, no matter what time of year you visit.

Have you ever visited the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge or hiked the Wetland Walkway? Let us know in the comments! And for even more attractions in the area, check out Holly Beach or Rutherford Beach, both part of the 180-mile All-American Road, the Creole Nature Trail.

Address: Wetland Walkway, LA-27, Cameron, LA 70631, USA