Louisiana Parks

Louisiana State Parks and Recreation

Louisiana has no national parks, but it does have 19 State Parks, 2 State Forests, 2 State Historic Sites, 22 State Wildlife Management Areas, 3 State Wildlife Refuges, 1 National Forest, 2 National Historic Parks, 2 National Wildlife Areas, 9 National Wildlife Refuges, and 3 Wilderness Areas.

State Parks

State Forests

State Historic Sites

State Wildlife Management Areas

State Wildlife Refuges

National Forest

National Historic Parks

National Wildlife Areas

National Wildlife Refuges

  • Bayou Cocodrie National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Breton National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Catahoula National Wildlife Refuge  
  • D’Arbonne National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Delta National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Handy Brake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Louisiana Wetland Management District  
  • Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Red River National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Sabine National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Shell Keys National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge

Louisiana Wilderness Areas

There are three wilderness areas in the state of Louisiana.

  • Breton Wilderness
  • Kisatchie Hills Wilderness
  • Lacassine Wilderness