Walk Straight Through The Marsh On This Louisiana Wetlands Walkway
Located in Cameron Parish, the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most scenic spots in southwestern Louisiana. The refuge encompasses a staggering 124,511 acres and is the largest coastal marsh refuge on the Gulf Coast. It’s home to more than 200 species of birds, countless alligators, as well as blue crabs, river otters, turtles, and more. Within the refuge is a short and sweet handicap accessible trail that offers some of the most beautiful views of the marsh, plus a chance to view some of the wildlife that call the area home.
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The trail is open daily from sunrise to sunset. While you’re in the area, you may want to visit Holly Beach or take a scenic drive along the Creole Nature Trail, a 180-drive through some of the most picturesque parts of southwestern Louisiana. Have you ever visited the Wetland Walkway? Let us know in the comments below!
Address: Sabine Wetland Walkway, Unnamed Road, Cameron, LA 70631, USA