Chicot State Park Cabins

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Exploring Chicot State Park

Choose from a cabin or Chicot State Park hotels when you travel to one of Louisiana's most beautiful and popular outdoor destinations. From seemingly endless trails winding through verdant forests to educational facilities created in the middle of nature, the Chicot State Park is a diverse, enchanting and utterly unmissable vacation destination.

Best Hiking Trails in Chicot State Park

Hiking trails are the premier attraction in many parks and Chicot is no exception. With Chicot State Park cabins you can pick from a glorious selection of routes and head out for a quick potter or an epic adventure in this diverse and enchanting state park.

  • 1. Lake Chicot Route

    Though not necessarily traversing challenging terrain, the route is seventeen miles long, if you complete the entire loop, so moderate fitness is required. You will be rewarded with wild flowers and stunning lake views as you walk across the bridges and pathways beneath the towering trees overhead.

  • 2. Arboretum Loop

    At a pleasant three miles long, the Arboretum Loop is perfectly achievable for most people. The lake is the dominant feature of this route but keep your eyes open for the different species of plants and trees. This eco-friendly area is a foot-only pathway - no dogs or bikes are permitted.

  • 3. Chicot State Park Loop

    This route is one of the most popular in the park due to its accessibility and pet-friendly approach. At just under four miles long this charming ninety minute walk can be enjoyed by the whole family.

Best Family Activities in Chicot State Park

Book yourself Chicot State Park cabins for the whole family and take advantage of the picnic areas, boat trips and educational facilities as you reconnect with the great outdoors in this beautiful state park.

  • 1. Picnics at South Landing

    With its picnic areas, playground and a fishing pier, South Landing is one of the best spots in the park to enjoy lunch. After your picnic stay on in the vicinity and make use of the water playground and perhaps let the kids have a go at fishing?

  • 2. Louisiana State Arboretum

    This impressive area of natural beauty is now located within the park's boundaries and contains a beautiful mature beech-magnolia forest. In addition to this, there is an inspired outdoor classroom and many of the trees are labelled so that you can inform the family about the local ecosystem.

  • 3. Boat Ride

    Both the North and South Landing have a boat rental facility and launch spot where you can take to the water and enjoy the stunning surroundings from the lake. Rental by the hour, half-day or full-day is available.

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