Louisiana Park List

Pearl River Dams

The Pearl River is a river in the U.S. states of Mississippi and Louisiana. It forms in Winston County, Mississippi from the confluence of Nanawaya and Tallahaga Creeks. In total it is 790 kilometers (490 mi) long. The Yockanookany and Strong Rivers are tributaries. The river has a series ...

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Penn Street Park

Amenities: Open Play Area; Picnic ...

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Peters Street Playground

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Picard Park

Park is 24 acres and features: Tennis courts, soccer fields, ball parks, lighted fields, t-ball field, .5 mile jogging trail, covered picnic areas, restrooms, handicapped restrooms, and children's playground with baby ...

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Pierson and Mallet Children’s Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. tables; Half-court basketball court; Playground ...

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Plantation Park

Park is 11 acres and features: Lighted ball fields and ...

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Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site

As a distributary of the Mississippi River and a route to the heartland of Louisiana through the Atchafalaya Basin, Bayou Plaquemine was used as a navigable artery centuries before the age of European exploration. The Plaquemine Lock was designed by Colonel George W. Goethals (1858-1928), the assistant to ...

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Port Hudson State Historic Site

At this park you can step back in time by taking the wheelchair/stoller-accessible trail and elevated boardwalk over the breastworks in the Fort Desperate area, along six miles of trails through beautiful hardwood forests and over the ravines which formed defensive boundaries. Three observation towers link the battlefield visually. ...

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Poverty Point National Monument

Located in northeastern Louisiana, this park commemorates a culture that thrived during the first and second millennia B.C. This site, which contains some of the largest prehistoric earth works in North America, is managed by the state of Louisiana. These State Park facilities are open to the public. PLEASE ...

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Poverty Point Reservoir State Park

The 2,700-acre, man-made lake that is the center piece for Poverty Point Reservoir State Park offers visitors an outlet for a variety of watersport activities and a scenic backdrop for waterfowl migration each spring and fall. The fish and wildlife species inhabiting or migrating through the reservoir are numerous. ...

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Poverty Point State Historic Site

Poverty Point is a prehistoric archeological site dating between 1650 - 700 BCE in northeastern Louisiana, 15.5 miles (24.9 km) from the current Mississippi River on the edge of Maçon Ridge by the village of Epps. The site is named after the plantation on which was discovered in 1873, ...

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Pradat Playground

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Preston B Delcazel Memorial Playground

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Prien Lake Park

The park overlooks Indian Bay on the eastern shore of Prien lake, a waterway where 19th century schooners once sailed. With pavilions, picnic areas, playground, 'sprayground' and walking trail, Prien Lake Park offers recreationa dn relaxation to all ...

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Rebel State Historic Site

Rebel State Historic Site traces its origin back to the days of the American Civil War. According to a local legend, a young Confederate soldier became separated from his unit and shortly after he stopped at a spring for a drink of water the lad was spotted by three ...

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Red River Bicycle Trail

The Red River Bicycle Trail is over 8 miles of trail along the Red River. This trail provides beautiful views of the riverfront as you ride or walk. People of all ages enjoy this trail as a way to stay fit and have fun. The trail runs from the ...

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Red River Waterway Locks & Dams

Red River Waterway, LA, now known as the J. Bennett Johnston Waterway, contains five locks and dams on the Red River. The project is operated by the Corps of Engineers and the Red River Waterway Commission. There are fishing, boating, picnicking, and bird watching opportunities at the ...

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Reisor Playground

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Outdoor Basketball; Picnic Area; ...

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Richardson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Pavilion with picnic tables; Barbecue pits; Water fountain; Baseball field; ...

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RiverView Park

Located right on the riverfront RiverView Park is the perfect place to enjoy the view and have some fun. RiverView Park features the R.S. Barnwell Memorial Center and its beautiful display of flowers, plants, and natural beauty. The park also has a water playground and lighted roses erected ...

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Robert Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Two Recreational ...

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Robert Playground

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Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site

Rosedown Plantation is located in the West Feliciana Parish community of St. Francisville along one of the most historic corridors in South Louisiana. The historic presence of the River created deep soil deposits to form uplands that became, in the days of the cotton boom, extremely productive and valuable. ...

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Ross Williams Park

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Sabine National Wildlife Refuge

Sabine National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 to provide habitat for migratory waterfowl and other birds. The refuge consists of a basin of wetlands located between the Gulf's beach cheniers (oak ridges) and the coastal prairie, which is one of the most productive and fertile areas of ...

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Saint James Playground

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Saint Patrick Playground

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Sam Houston Jones State Park

Originally named for the Texas folk hero who traveled extensively in the western reaches of Louisiana, Sam Houston Jones was given its current name in honor of the state's 37th governor, who was instrumental in setting aside this tract of land for the public to enjoy. Because the caretakers ...

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Scott Park

Park is 17 acres and features: .5 mile jogging trail, backstop ball diamond, lighted fields, covered picnic areas with grills, restrooms, and children's ...

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