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Established in 1930, Kisatchie National Forest, is the only National Forest in the state of Louisiana. The forest has more than 40 developed recreation sites and over 400 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and ATV's.  Kisatchie offers a diverse forest of trees, lakes, flowers, wild animals and birds.

Outdoor activities abound including: hunting, camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, bird watching, picnicing and so much more. Fun and adventure is waiting for you!

Established in 1930, Kisatchie National Forest, is the only National Forest in the state of Louisiana. The forest has more than 40 developed recreation sites and over 400 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and ATV's.  Kisatchie offers a diverse forest of trees, lakes, flowers, wild animals and birds.

Outdoor activities abound including: hunting, camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, bird watching, picnicing and so much more. Fun and adventure is waiting for you!

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Picture of Louisiana - Kisatchee National Forest
Louisiana - Kisatchee National Forest
Located in the piney hills and hardwood bottoms of central and northern Louisiana, the 600,000-acre Kisatchie National Forest is a treasure trove of natural resources. The Kisatchie has five ranger districts, each geographically separate, and spans seven parishes. Although Louisiana is generally regarded as being swampy and flat, this is only partly true of Kisatchie. The Caney, Kisatchie, and Winn Ranger Districts are located in rolling hill country. While the hills are steep and rocky in the Kisatchie District, the forest flattens out along floodplains near streams. The forest contains the headwaters of the Calcasieu, Ouachita, and tributaries of the Red Rivers and the watersheds many smaller streams.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Louisiana - Kisatchee National Forest - Caney Ranger District
Louisiana - Kisatchee National Forest - Caney Ranger District
Located in the piney hills and hardwood bottoms of central and northern Louisiana, the 600,000-acre Kisatchie National Forest is a treasure trove of natural resources. The Kisatchie has five ranger districts, each geographically separate, and spans seven parishes. Although Louisiana is generally regarded as being swampy and flat, this is only partly true of Kisatchie. The Caney, Kisatchie, and Winn Ranger Districts are located in rolling hill country. While the hills are steep and rocky in the Kisatchie District, the forest flattens out along floodplains near streams. The forest contains the headwaters of the Calcasieu, Ouachita, and tributaries of the Red Rivers and the watersheds many smaller streams.
$20.00 excl tax