Creole Nature Trail  All-American Road

Many manmade structures along the Trail were destroyed by Hurricanes Laura and Delta in the Fall of 2020. Natural constructs, and wildlife, are still present and thriving. Plan to bring supplies (food, drink, mosquito spray, etc.) and get fuel for your vehicle before you head out on the All-American Road. The most up-to-date information is available on this website.  

Leave No Trace Proud Partner LogoAlligators, over 400 bird species, marshlands teeming with life, 26 miles of natural Gulf of Mexico beaches, fishing, crabbing, Cajun culture and more can be experienced as you travel the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road. One of only 57 so designated scenic byways in the USA, and affectionately known as Louisiana’s Outback, the Creole Nature Trail is a journey into one of America’s “Last Great Wildernesses.” Download the brochure and/or the free tour app to fully enjoy this unique terrain and the creatures which call it home.  Be sure to pack in what you need and pack out anything you brought with you (pack it in, pack it out) to preserve the flora, fauna and amazing viewing for future generations.  

An excellent way to begin your adventure is Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point. Fun (and free), this is a wonderful way to familiarize yourself with this scenic byway, and Southwest Louisiana, through hands-on displays before hitting the trail.  

Food & Fuel

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Things To Do

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Download the App

A FREE personal tour app is available in iTunes and Google Play (just search "Creole" or select from the links below). The app is available in English, Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Spanish and Japanese. Visiting from outside the USA? Click here for information. 

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