When nature calls, you need to know where to go. Therefore, please see locations below which offer restroom facilities. Please note whether the business has a public restroom or a restroom for patrons only.

Established in 1920, Rockefeller Refuge originally encompassed 86,000 acres of wilderness. Due to coastal erosion, less than 76,000 acres currently remain. The refuge boasts the highest alligator nesting densities in the United States. Visit Price Lake Nature Drive, a five-mile drive into Rockefeller Refuge where you can observe a wide variety of wildlife and birds from the road or from an observation tower. Other activities at Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge include bird watching, shrimp, crabbing and fishing.

5476 Grand Chenier Hwy.
Grand Chenier 29° 43' 59.142" N, 92° 49' 51.0744" W
Refuge Office is open 7 am - 5:30 pm, Mon.-Fri.; Refuge is open from dawn to dusk
(337) 491-2593

Sell live and frozen shrimp, tackle, fuel (on water,) cleaning station, 2 public launches (fee), tackle store sells drinks, snacks and licenses. Clean restrooms. 7 motel rooms and 3 lodges. Excellent guide services.

198 Bourgs Port Rd.
Hackberry 70645
Seasonally - Monday thru Sunday, 5 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(337) 762-3171
T-Boy's Cajun Grill

Seafood, hamburgers, steaks, shrimp & okra gumbo, onion rings and french fries. Beer, mixed drinks and fountain drinks.

4409 Creole Hwy.
Creole 70632
Mon.-Sat., 11 am to 8 pm
(337) 542-4002

1.5 mile handicap accessible walk over impounded freshwater marsh. Includes boardwalks, trails, observation decks, signs and interpretive materials. Excellent site for nature photography. Port-O-lets available on site along with handicap accessible observation tower and five rest shelters along the trail.

Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
n/a 29° 51' 59.5584" N, 93° 27' 21.0888" W
Open year round, sunrise to sunset.
(337) 598-2216