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There are 151 places within 200 miles of zip code 70821 (Baton Rouge, LA) that match your search request.
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Walnut Hill WMA
Lake Charles, LA 70601 (124.426 miles)
Located in Vernon parish. Hunting
Official Website: Walnut Hill WMA
West Bay WMA
Lake Charles, LA 70601 (124.426 miles)
Located in Allen parish. Hunting, trapping and camping.
Official Website: West Bay WMA
Gulf Islands National Seashore
Ocean Springs, MS 39564 (135.997 miles)
Beautiful beaches, historic forts and recreational opportunities are plentiful. Open year-round, the Seashore is in Mississippi and Florida.
Official Website: Gulf Islands National Seashore
Mahannah Wildlife Management Area
Redwood, MS 39156 (136.968 miles)
Mahannah Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located in Warren and Issaquena counties, approximately 15 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. The WMA consists of approximately 12,695 acres of bottomland hardwoods, agriculture fields, hardwood reforestation, and waterfowl impoundments. Mahannah WMA is part of one of the most ecologically intact and biologically diverse bottomland hardwood ecosystems in the Mississippi Delta. The area is a unique balance of flooding timber, cypress swamps, and controlled flooded agricultural lands. This diverse land provides habitat for some of the largest concentrations of wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta.
Official Website: Mahannah Wildlife Management Area
Jackson, MS 39202 (139.721 miles)
LeFleur’s Bluff provides a lush green spot in the heart of urban Jackson. In addition to camping, fishing, picnic spots, and nature trails, the 305-acre park features a nine-hole golf course and a driving range. The park is named for Louis LeFleur, a French-Canadian explorer who established a trading post on the banks of the Pearl River in the late 1700s. The city of Jackson was originally known as "LeFleur’s Bluff." Today Mississippi’s vibrant capital city combines the warmth and charm of its rich cultural heritage with exciting activities and attractions and contemporary lifestyles.
Official Website: LeFleur's Bluff
Big Creek Water Park
Soso, MS 39480 (139.789 miles)
Visitors from many areas are attracted to the beautiful countryside and abundant fishing waters of Big Creek Water Park located between Laurel and Collins, Mississippi off Highway 84. Bass, bream, crappie and catfish abound in the 200-acre lake, making for good fishing, and the rolling green countryside is a treat for the eyes. One of Big Creek's claims to fame is that it is home to one of the oldest cedars in the state of Mississippi. History lovers will enjoy exploring the historic cemetery where the first homesteaders of the area are buried.
Official Website: Big Creek Water Park
Ward Bayou Wildlife Management Area
Vancleave, MS 39565 (142.157 miles)
Directions: From Moss Point travel north on Hwy 63 turn west on Wade-Vancleave Rd. and travel to 4-way stop. Turn left and follow signs to headquarters.
Official Website: Ward Bayou Wildlife Management Area
South Toledo Bend State Park
Anacoco, LA 71403 (144.207 miles)
Central Louisiana. Cabins, camping, boat rentals and launch, fishing, cycling, wildlife viewing and nature trails.
Official Website: South Toledo Bend State Park
Jimmie Davis State Park
Chatham, LA 71226 (145.415 miles)
Northwest Louisana. Camping, cabins, fishing, waterskiing, biking and nature trails
Official Website: Jimmie Davis State Park
Chickasawhay Ranger District (De Soto Natioal Forest)
Laurel, MS 39443 (145.689 miles)
Travel to the Chickasawhay Ranger District on any day and discover the hidden beauty that lies among the rustling pines. If you are lucky enough to venture out on a sunny day, the rays of sunshine peaking through the tall dark green pines will take your breath away. Even on a rainy day, you can drive through the forest and see tall stands of longleaf pine with the ground covered in beautiful bright kelly green bracken fern.
Official Website: Chickasawhay Ranger District (De Soto Natioal Forest)