Hunting lodge in Hackberry, Louisiana.
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.
Fishing & crabbing permitted year round; cast netting allowed seasonally. Recreational Licenses A basic and saltwater recreational fishing license or a Wild Louisiana Stamp is needed to crab on wildlife management areas or refuges. A basic and saltwater recreational fishing license is needed to crab with nets and traps. If you are not on a [...]
Captain Clay Lemaire's charter fishing service.
Newly remodeled 3 bedroom 2 bath home that sleeps 7 located on canal. Fully furnished kitchen, open floor plan, screened porch, covered patio, house linens provided. Rental includes room, electric, hydro, cable. Rental available: as full house or per room only; as nightly, weekly or monthly rental.
Birding and nature enthusiasts who visit Grosse Savanne Eco-tours will experience why others have proclaimed Southwest Louisiana as one of the top 10 birding areas in the United States. Over 400 species of birds migrate to and through the area. Grosse Savanne’s vast property of over 50,000 acres is nearly split in half by the [...]
Consisting of 35,000 acres of marsh and prairie, Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge is a great location for birding and exploring. Open for freshwater fishing March 15th through October 15th each year. Four mile wildlife trail with observation tower within a freshwater marsh impoundment. Excellent year round wildlife observation and photography area. Multiple kiosks with interpretive [...]
Recreational Licenses A basic and saltwater recreational fishing license or a Wild Louisiana Stamp is needed to crab on wildlife management areas or refuges. A basic and saltwater recreational fishing license is needed to crab with nets and traps. If you are not on a wildlife management area or refuge you may crab with a [...]
Maritime Historic Lighthouse circa 1856. Listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. Exterior viewing only. La 82 (1 mile east of Causeway Bridge linking Louisiana and Texas); turn off LA 82 on Lighthouse Road
One mile paved walking trail through brackish marsh habitat, along levee with trees, to bank of Calcasieu Lake. Observation tower. Information kiosk & brochures available. Port-O-Let restroom.
HOME OF THE
Creole Nature Trail
What is Cameron Parish
Cameron Parish is located in the southwest most corner of Louisiana, the heel of the boot. Cameron Parish is the largest geographic parish in Louisiana with 1,313 square miles of land and 619 square miles of water. Cameron parish is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Sabine Lake, Calcasieu Parish, Jefferson Davis Parish and Vermilion Parish. We have plenty to offer those with a love of nature! Whether you like to hunt, fish, or observe wildlife in their habitat, Cameron Parish is the place to visit! Home of the famous Creole Nature Trail, we invite you to stop in and stay a while!