Kisatchie National Forest

Description:

There are many recreational activities throughout the Kisatchie National Forest.  Click on the "Find an Area" tab to the right of the screen and select the District you are interested in to see what they have to offer. Fishing and Hunting on the Kisatchie National Forest is in a setting with some of Louisiana's most beautiful landscapes. The regulations for Louisiana Hunting and Fishing are applied on the Forest, although there are added regulations in some areas. See more information under the Hunting tab.There are numerous trails throughout the Forest that are marked as multi-use trails. Distances vary from 1/2 mile to nearly 30 miles. Most traverse across rolling hill terrain with many scenic areas scattered throughout. Check with the District website page for more detailed information and maps of all the available trails.The streams and tributaries are not drinkable so bring plenty of water. Know your surroundings and check the weather before your trip.The Calcasieu, Kisatchie, and Catahoula Districts have off-highway vehicle trails. The Kisatchie District's Sandstone Trail is seasonally closed from January 1 - April 30 of each year for repairs. All trails have the chance of closure due to excessive rain and will be posted as such on the OHV Status webpage as soon as possible. Check with the District Office before your trip.Bird watching, Sightseeing, Scenic Drives, Overlooks, Wilderness Areas and Scenic Rivers, and other areas of interest abound throughout the Forest. 

Directions:

Phone:

Email:

shantelleslaughter@fs.fed.us

Address:

, LA

Activities:

Auto Touring Biking Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Off Highway Vehicle Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Wildlife Viewing Swimming Horse Camping

Organization:

FS - USDA Forest Service

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