Spread across over 120,000 acres, the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is an outdoors person’s paradise, set in southern Louisiana, minutes from Sulphur and Lake Charles. The refuge the largest coastal marsh found along the Gulf Coast, and is also home to over 200 types of native birds.
Visitor activities include hiking, wildlife viewing, and photography while exploring the` the Blue Goose Trail. Be sure to check out the Wetland Walkway – a 1.5-mile path leading to the observation deck near the refuge’s center.
Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
3000 Holly Beach Hwy.
Hackberry, Louisiana 70645