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See Louisiana's wilderness up close by hiking through it! Many of Louisiana's State Parks offer walking and hiking trails that are family-friendly and a perfect way to get outside and get some fresh air.
Hike the trails at Tunica Hills Wildlife Area just a short drive outside Baton Rouge.
Red River in Alexandria
Take a tour to meet the exotic animals at Global Wildlife Center in Louisiana.
Hike the Tunica Hills Wildlife Management Area outside Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Barataria Preserve ©LouisianaTravel.com
Bogue Chitto State Park is perfect for a paddle or a leisurely float trip.
Take a safari tour to see zebras and other exotic animals at Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, Louisiana
Go on safari at the Global Wildlife Center in Louisiana in Folsom.
Stroll the boardwalks at Louisiana State Arboretum State Preservation Area
Creole Nature Trail in Lake Charles, Louisiana
Take a guided tour of Lake Claiborne State Park.
Explore Bogue Chitto State Park.
Explore the waters that wind through Kisatchie National Park.
The amazing fields of sunflowers will brighten your day as you head into Gilliam for the Sunflower Trail and Festival in the spring.
Enjoy shore fishing at Fairview-Riverside State Park.