Fontainebleau State Park
62883 Hwy. 1089
Mandeville, LA 70448
Tel: (985) 624-4443
(877) 226-7652

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, and the ruins of an 1829 sugar mill situated among towering oaks. The Visitor Center is currently open between 9 AM and 5:30 PM Saturday through Wednesday. Entrance fee (to the park) is $3.00 person for persons 4-62 year old. See our event listings for monthly programs taking place at the park, including guided hikes and educational seminars with park rangers, botanists and more.

Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday

Fontainebleau State Park is well known for its popular water-side cabins and camping, sandy beach, loads of hiking trails among giant live oaks and, as a former plantation, the ruins... Read More

October 30, 2020 - November 30, 2020

St. Tammany welcomes DecamanUSA 2020 - The Year of Endurance Festival, the second-ever triple deca and the only such event in the United States, to Fontainebleau State Park in... Read More