Where To Stay
Indian Creek Recreation Area is Louisiana's premier outdoor recreation facility. Known throughout the nation as an example of outdoor fun at its best, Indian Creek boasts 100 acres of developed recreation facilities, 250 acres of primitive camping area and the 2,250-acre Indian Creek Lake. Indian Creek Recreation Area contains 101 campsites with water and electricity, three swimming beaches, a bathhouse, a boat launch ramp and some 75 picnic sites. A pavilion within the developed area accommodates groups of up to 100 people. The recreation area is open year round. Facilities are available on a first-come, first-serve basis only, except for the pavilion. Developed camping areas are $18 - $25 per night. Primitive Camping areas are $8 per night. Fees collected are returned to Indian Creek Recreation Area for operational expenses. From October 1 to February 1, special winter rates are available. Indian Creek Hiking Trail is a 2-1/2 mile long path through a mixed pine-hardwood forest.
Kincaid Lake Recreation Area campground is very attractive. The sites are extremely large and covered by southern yellow pines and a wide variety of other hardwoods. Then to top it off the thick ground cover provides very private sites, though some are more private than others, most of them are very private. Unfortunately very few of the sites have a view of the lake. The best time to visit is probably in the spring and fall as the summers are very hot in southern Louisiana. Kincaid Lake is a man made lake stocked with sun perch, bass, and catfish. The fishing is exceptional.
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. Bird watching, Sightseeing, Scenic Drives, Overlooks, Wilderness Areas and Scenic Rivers, and other areas of interest abound throughout the Forest
When the everyday meeting accommodations just won’t do, come visit us at Loyd Hall! Located just 16 miles south of Alexandria, Loyd Hall is convenient to city attractions yet far enough to feel a world away. Perfect for corporate retreats/functions, luncheons, family reunions, weddings, and other special events- Loyd Hall is a glance into the old Antebellum south. Listed on the National Historic Register, Loyd Hall (circa 1820) is the heart of a 640-acre working farm. Framed by stately oaks and surrounded by sugar cane and pasture land, Loyd Hall provides its visitors with a sense of inspiration and appreciation of the timeless charm that only the south can bring.
Set off Route 71, this pared-back motel surrounded by fast-food eateries is 2 miles from Alexandria Zoological Park and 6 miles from Alexandria International Airport.
The simple rooms come with free Wi-Fi, as well as cable TV, minifridges and microwaves. Upgraded rooms add pull-out sofas. Kids age 17 and under stay at no extra cost with an adult.
There's complimentary morning coffee. Other amenities include an outdoor pool and coin-operated laundry facilities. Parking is provided.
Recently renovated!!! Adjacent to OakWing Golf Course, a member of the Audubon Golf Trail and located between Hwy. 28 and I-49 in England Industrial Air Park and in the proximity of Alexandria International Airport/General Aviation makes Parc England very accessible - no matter where you are. All rooms offer garden tubs, hair dryer, coffee maker, imported bath products, cable, and H/S internet access. Guests can dine at on-site Bistro on the Bayou.