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“nature between Baton Rouge and New Orleans”
Review of Tickfaw State Park

Tickfaw State Park
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Reviewed August 10, 2012

a nice indoor exhibit explaining the natural habitat. Nothing too tremendous, but enough to occupy ones time. It does cost a dollar or two to enter Tickfaw State Park, but it's okay because you're helping support the park :)

2  Thank buoywin2010
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

We decided on Tickfaw State Park for our first tent camping experience with kids (age 8 and 4). We were not disappointed! Check in was quick and simple. Our campsite #49, was perfect - close to comfort station for bathroom breaks and showers at night. The site was clear of tall grass, but shaded by a few large trees. The tent pad was sand and clear of sticks/rocks. We set up camp in about 30 min and left to explore.
The park is full of paved roads and nature trails easily accessible by foot/bike. The park rangers were constantly slowing cars down on the roadways. Which is good if you have kids on bikes a few feet in front of you. It was rainy all day, so we didn't try the canoes. We will when we return.
After a day of exploring, we returned to the campsite for grilled burgers (cooked on the on-site charcoal grill and eaten on the picnic table also there). We then took the kids to the water park a short walk away. At 7 pm, it was completely empty. Our kids had a blast.
This park was a great place for our first attempt at camping. We can't wait to go back!

5  Thank Angela D
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Reviewed June 3, 2012

My hubby and I couldn't resist this convenient location (only 30 miles from home), and it turned out to be a wonderfully relaxing mini-vacation. We had a great time at Tickfaw State Park. We stayed in the tent area, and we had lots of space and shade. We also spent about 2 hours canoeing and loads of time fishing. We certainly plan to visit again!

3  Thank bettyboop1967
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Reviewed May 28, 2012

The park has nice camping facilities for both RV and tents. The bath house was very clean. There is also a nice boardwalk area and an educational museum. For those that are more interested in a wet adventure, there is a small spash park for kids.

2  Thank Mark H
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Reviewed April 25, 2012

The park is very quiet and serene. THey have a nature trail, waterpark ( which the kids love) Cabins, a lake. it is just a very relaxing place to be

2  Thank Charlene H
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