With year-round hunting, fishing, golf and countless other opportunities for outdoor recreation, it is easy to see why Louisiana's nickname is "Sportsman's Paradise.” Sure, that’s a lot to live up to. But with thousands of hiking and biking trails, beautiful State Parks, and one of the largest game preserves in the United States, Louisiana is the ultimate playground for all outdoorsmen. Our vast expanse of coastal wetlands and countless birding trails make our state a habitat for many rare and endangered species and a natural paradise for bird watchers as well. Come step into the wild outdoors of Louisiana.
Cypremort Point State Park is a beach and boat launch 25 miles south of New Iberia. The park is located in the heart of Cajun Country (as evidenced by the name of its nearest airport, Acadiana Regional), and is a hidden treasure among Louisiana’s rare beachfront parks. Cypremort Point – Cajun French for “dead cypress” – is a half-mile long stretch of sand, surrounded by bays and barrier islands. With coastal marsh all around, it is also a destination for anglers. Short daytrippers should try out windsurfing or sailing at Cypremort; for overnighters, the state park staff can help book one of the six on-site cabins near the beach.