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Millennium Park
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
I highly recommend going to the Millennium Park to let the kids run, play, and have loads of fun while you sit back relaxing.
This park is an oasis in the city where it is easy to reflect on many things: veterans are honored, peaceful & enjoyable space.
Prien Lake Park
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
City of Lake Charles has done a great job on this park and maintain it very well, great for walks, parties, family gatherings, young kids have a small water park - great parking - it's a must park to go to
If you are in Lake Charles make sure you go to this beautiful park absolutely gorgeous and very well kept up really really beautiful.
Bord Du Lac Park
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
Beautiful vista, clean rest rooms, great walking path, awesome water park and play place for kids!
I enjoyed visiting this park right on the water for a quick walk and a relaxing view.
Sam Houston Jones State Park
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
Most definitely a quiet layed back place to camp with many walking trails, nature all around you, including deer that roam free and you will occasional see raccoons and squirrels begging for food.
Outside of Lake Charles proper, Sam Houston Jones has great hiking trails, rv sites and quiet nature among the trees.
Veteran's Memorial Park
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
Veteran's are honored by this park and everyone enjoys it since it simply blends into a magical stroll along the lake.
On the opposite end of the park is the memorial to 9/11.
North Beach
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Lake Charles
Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point Sulphur 9.3 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Sulphur
The workers were amazing!! It’s hands on for the kids, it’s free, informative if you want to go on the nature trail and tells the stories of Louisiana in a fun little exhibit.
We used to live just across the border in Texas, so we drove down the Creole Nature Trail just about every year and made a stop at the Sabine Wildlife Refuge.