**Update 10/1/21: The park did receive damage from Hurricane Ida, but has reopened. The lodge and campground facilities are open, some amenities may be inaccessible due to ongoing cleanup**
Historic park offers 2,800 acres with beautiful cabins built over Lake Pontchartrain, 130 improved campsites, 180 unimproved campsites, nature trails, 3 group camps, lodge, sandy beach, playground with splash pad, and the ruins of an 1829 sugar mill situated among towering oaks. Entrance fee (to the park) is $3.00 for persons 4-62 years old, free for children 3 and under and 63+.
See our event listings for educational programs taking place at the park, including guided hikes, and when possible, seminars with park rangers, botanists and more.