Hodges Gardens State Park

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Hodges Gardens State Park


(318) 586-4020

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Over 700 acres of wild and cultivated beauty, Hodges Gardens State Park, located in Sabine Parish, is a unique member of the State Parks system. The Hodges recognized the potential of the abandoned quarry on the property and planned a scenic garden using the natural rock formations. Flowers were planted on one level above another, creating a terraced effect. Walkways and footbridges throughout the gardens allow the visitor to stroll through an abundance of flora. Water from a 225-acre lake, built in 1954, is pumped from the lake through the gardens to waterfalls, pools, a geyser, fountains and to the watering system before it is recycled back into the lake.

The park opens at 8 AM. Day visitors must leave the park by sunset. The gates remain open for overnight visitors until 9 PM Sunday through Thursday and 10 PM Friday and Saturday.

Map of Hodges Gardens (LA)

Latitude, Longitude: 31.365550, -93.424818



  • Fishing

    Fishing boats are available for rent.

  • Hiking

    The park offers three trails for the more active visitor. The longest trail being 2.7 miles.

  • Horseback Riding

    Equestrian campsites are available for overnight visitors.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking as allowed in this area.

  • Water Sports

    There are canoes and kayaks available for rent.



From I-20, take Hwy. 171 south. Hodges Gardens State Park is located approximately 14 miles south of Many. From I-10, take Hwy. 171 north. Hodges Gardens State Park is located approximately 20 miles north of Leesville.

Phone Numbers


(318) 586-4020