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Beautiful trail! Much plants and wildlife to admire.
The many wild irises will be blooming soon.
If you are there and they are blooming, please post a review. I want to go back when they're in bloom!

Parking lot locks at 5. Park outside the gates if you wanna stay past 5pm.

Excellent place to walk! Beautiful natural swampscape and wildlife; birds, lizards, frogs, snakes, and Alligators. Trail is mostly shady and moderately busy.

best Louisiana swamp trail I've been on ! saw 3 gators but heard like 4 baby gators. definitely pack bugs spray. skinny walkway and bees everywhere but absolutely beautiful.

Enjoyable walk! Saw 2 gators and one small snake. Note that parking lot closes at 5 p.m. We had to rush through our walk.

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5 months ago

Absolutely must see.

Lots of wildlife... Easy walking, will come back. Bring bug spray

Great trail. Well kept. They aren't kidding about the bugs!!! Wowzers! Bug spray did little to help. We saw two alligators (one in action as it caught and ate it's breakfast), a large frog, several birds, squirrels, etc. watch out for spiders... They are everywhere and if you go first thing when they open they aren't cleared off the trail yet. Got some great photos along the trail. Easy walk for beginning hikers but be sure to keep a close eye on little ones. The gators we saw were right off the trail and a mere foot away from us.

love the trails but they don't allow dogs. mine is my hiking buddy so I don't go often. they are beautiful though

Great day hike! We live an hour away and will be coming back. Tons of wildlife. Took over 300 pictures.

Beautiful walking trail with lots of wildlife. We saw armadillos, snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, birds, and alligators. It's an easy trail with lots of shade. Do not forget your bug spray!

Great hike, with beautiful swamp views. Saw a couple snakes, but gators due to the bayou being choked out with vegetation.