Bayou D’Arbonne Lake

Great Egret at Lake D'Arbonne

Bayou D’Arbonne Lake covers 15,250 acres in northern Louisiana’s Sportsman’s Paradise tourism region, near the Arkansas and Mississippi borders. Fed mainly by Bayou D’Arbonne, the lake’s primary recreational activities are fishing, swimming, canoeing and kayaking. Roughly 80% of Bayou D’Arbonne…

Lake Kincaid

Water Reflections at Lake Kincaid

In the Crossroads region of Louisiana, the bayous, wetlands, pine-covered hills and farms meet. So too do the diversity of Cajun, Anglo, French, Creole, African, Native American, and Spanish influences melt together, making here a dynamic region. Kincaid Reservoir lies…

Lake Saint John

One of the hottest bass fishing lakes in Louisiana is Lake Saint John located in Concordia Parish. With stands of cypress trees lining its banks, this lake is as beautiful as it is fun. Classified as an oxbow lake, Lake…

Lac Des Allemands

Cold but still fishing!

Lac Des Allemands is a natural 12,000-acre lake located about 25 miles west of New Orleans. The lake name is French for Lake of the Germans, referring to the early settlers who inhabited this area of Louisiana’s Mississippi Delta region.…

Lake Pontchartrain

Sunset over Southern Shore of Lake Pontchartrain

Lake Pontchartrain technically isn’t a lake at all. In scientific circles, it’s referred to as an estuary. That’s really just a fancy way to say that it’s a coastal body of water that either has an open connection, or is…

Cross Lake LA

Cross Lake Summer

Cross Lake is a popular fishing and boating lake near Shreveport in Northwest Louisiana. The 8,575 acre freshwater reservoir supplies water to the city of Shreveport. Cross Lake is partially surrounded by forest land and wetlands, with the rest of…

Lake Claiborne

Lake Claiborne

Lake Claiborne is well known as the “Best Kept Secret in Louisiana.” Also referred to as Louisiana’s purest lake, the quality of the water makes Lake Claiborne the best that Northern Louisiana has to offer. Beautiful flowers and trees or…