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Best Hiking Trails in Lafayette

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Lafayette, Louisiana. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

ACADIANA PARK NATURE STATION

1205 East Alexander Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

Since 1978

Educational Activities, Night Hikes, Field Trips, Public Tours, Workshops, Nature Talks, Outdoor Activities & Walking

A 110-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette, Louisiana (south-central Louisiana), the nature station and its accompanying 3+mile trail system is owned and operated by the division of arts & culture ● It's such an amazing resource for recreational and educational needs

sscarce@lafayettela.gov

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Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat & Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

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LAKE FAUSSE POINTE STATE PARK

5400 Levee Road, St Martinville, Lafayette, LA 70582

Wheelchair Friendly, Boat Dock with Rentals, Lake, Campground, Birding, Wild Flowers, Nature Trips, Road Biking, Fishing, Trail Running, Walking, Beach & Wildlife

A 6,000-acre site in the Atchafalaya Basin ● A visitor center complex features a boat dock with rentals, and a nature center provides fun programs and activities as a way to learn about the surrounding environment ● Three hiking trails and a canoe trail offer an "up close" view of the area plant and wildlife as well ● 16.3 miles from downtown to Lafayette ● Pavilions 1-5 are available for rent daily

Price: Entrance Fee: $3 per person. Free for seniors 62+ and children 3 and under. Canoes $25/dy or $7/hr Kayaks $35/dy or $7/hr Fishing boat $20/dy

lakefaussept@crt.la.gov

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Mon - Sun 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

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CYPRESS ISLAND PRESERVE

1264 Prairie Highway, St Martinville, Lafayette, LA 70582

Boating, Fishing, Paddling, Family Friendly, Exhibits for Public Viewing, Nature Center, Birds Watching, Wildlife Viewing, Running & Walking

Parking is available ● The 2.5-mile walking levee trail is open from the fall to the spring and is suitable for children ● Visitors with incredible wildlife viewing opportunities, their Cypress Island Preserve receives thousands of visitors a year from all over the world ● 20,000-acres of natural cypress-tupelo swamp and bottomland hardwood forest, in order to support a diverse array of indigenous species of plants and wildlife ● 16.3 miles from downtown to Lafayette ● A 2.5-mile levee walking

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Sat & Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon - Fri Closed

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