Louisiana June 06, 2018
You’ll Love This Secluded Louisiana Beach With Miles And Miles Of White Sand
We may not have the amazing beaches that Florida has, but we do have a few hidden gems where you can kick back and relax and sink your toes in the sand. Head on down to the tip of the boot for some fun in the sun and amazing beach adventures.
Grand Isle, Louisiana’s only inhabited barrier island, is located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico.
Miles of beaches, endless wildlife, and amazing fishing opportunities await you at this hidden gem.
This thriving fisherman’s town is perfect for a day trip or a weekend getaway.
You’ll have a wonderful time soaking up the sun on the seven miles of beaches around the island.
The views from the pier are incredible.
You’ll be able to see for miles on a clear day. It’s a popular spot for fishing and crabbing, and you'll have the opportunity to see dolphins!
Speaking of fishing, Grand Isle is a fisherman’s paradise.
The Grand Isle International Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing tournament in the country and takes place the last weekend of July. Time your trip around then for a weekend full of fun. There’ll be live music, activities for kids, crafts, food vendors, and more. This year, the rodeo takes place July 26-28.
At Grand Isle State Park, you can camp right on the beach.
Bring a tent for an epic weekend full of adventure. Imagine falling asleep to the sounds of the waves crashing on the shore while you gaze up at the stars? Sign me up.
Have you ever been? Let us know in the comments below!