Cocodrie Bayou is designated as a state scenic river. The Bayou Cocodrie National Wildlife Refuge is located 50 miles northeast of Alexandria, 3.5 miles south of Ferriday. There is a boating access at the southern end of the refuge.
Map Info: Bayou Cocodrie
Man-made impoundment located in the uplands approximately 15 miles west northwest of Alexandria.
Map Info: Cotile Lake
Part of the Alexander State Forest, Indian Creek Lake offers excellent fishing for freshwater species over flooded timberland. Fishing is permitted year round and in accordance with state fishing regulations.
Map Info: Indian Creek
Rapides Parish, Kisatchie National Forest, Calcasieu District, Evangeline Unit
Map Info: Kincaid Lake
Bass, crappie, catfish, bluegill and Sandbass. There is a large, multi-directional open and covered fishing pier.
Map Info: Kisatchie Bayou
Map Info: Lake Buhlow
Rapides, Grant, Catahoula and LaSalle Parishes – From the juncture of Dugdemona River and Castor Creek to its entrance into Catahoula Lake.
Map Info: Little River
Rapides and Grant Parishes, located along the Red River, offers off-road, ATV, and multi-use trails. Mudfest also features several special events each year including mud riding, live concerts and more!
Map Info: Louisiana Mudfest
Several boat launches and fishing areas along the Red River.
Map Info: Red River
Rapides Parish – From Otis to Cocodrie Lake in Rapides Parish.
Map Info: Spring Creek
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