These Are the 7 Best Beaches in Louisiana

The only inhabited barrier island in Louisiana is Grand Isle. Visitors flock here to swim in the warm Gulf seas, eat delicious seafood, and ride bikes around the slender seven-mile sliver of paradise

Grand Isle Beach in Grand Isle

Although Louisiana may not have as many beaches on the coast as its neighboring states, it does have some amazing lakes, such as Lake Claiborne State Park, an oasis in the northern part of the state

Lake Claiborne State Park

With sandy beaches along Lake Pontchartrain, Fontainebleau State Park is an excellent place for campers and glampers to spend the night. Though they were destroyed during Hurricane Ida in 2021

Fontainebleau State Park

The main selling feature of North Beach is that it's the only inland beach with white sand from Texas to Florida.  The Lake Charles beach is a well-liked location for kids (and the young at heart) to build sand castles and for volleyball players

North Beach

Cypremort State Park is a well-liked fishing destination for visitors because of the boat launch located directly outside the park, which allows anglers to venture into the Gulf or Vermilion Bay to catch flounder and redfish.

Cypremort State Park

Go to Holly Beach in the Bayou State if you're searching for a quiet beach. Holly Beach, which is 30 miles of Gulf Coast shoreline along the "Cajun Riviera," is a little-known among visitors.

Holly Beach

Mae's Beach is situated near the Texas Louisiana state line on the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road. Along the 180-mile journey, you'll pass through marshes, wetlands, and prairies.

Mae s Beach