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Overnight visitors can stay at one of the 14 vacation cabins that overlook a cypress swamp. At one time cypress trees were cut down and used to build houses. Cypress houses seem to last forever. Each air conditioned cabin sleeps eight persons and includes a fireplace, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. There are also several handicap equipped cabins. These are some really nice cabins with a screened in porch that faces the woods. In the evening you can watch some of the animals come out of the woods and feed. Squirrels, deer, armadillos, rabbits and raccoons are common in this area. Usually you will see these animals early in the morning or late in the evening. This is their feeding time. Many people like to have campfires at night but make sure you bring some insect repellent. Usually the miscietoes come out for about and hour around sunset and sunrise and then taper off. So you are not into those outdoor campfires??? Problem solved, there is even a fireplace to use come the winter months in some of our cabins. Our winters are short with only a few days a year where it gets below freezing.

Note: Prices are subject to change
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Deluxe Cabins (map) 14 available, 2 are ADA compliant $120/night, Oct-Mar; $150/night on Fridays & Saturdays, Apr-Sept, sleeps up to 8 people with 1 double beds, 2 bunk beds and 1 sofa sleeper
Group Camp $250/night Includes dining hall/kitchen and 2 dormitory-style wings, sleeping up to 52 people


30 Improved Campsites (water and electrical hookup) (map of sites 1-30) $16/night, Oct-Mar; $20/night, Apr-Sept
20 Unimproved Campsites (water hookup only) (map of tent campsites 31-50) $12/night
Golden Age & Golden Access Passports (Available through the National Park Service. Click here for more information)
Visitors who hold a Golden Age or Golden Access Passport are entitled to a 50% reduction on camping fees at Louisiana State Parks. (Passport holders are allowed one site per passport).