Tickfaw State Park

This State Park is off the beaten path. To get to it you traverse through some neighborhood and it is at the end of it.

The park has 2 camping loops which includes electricity & water. A dump station is provided for dumping of wastewater.

All sites are long but only narrow enough for one vehicle wide. All sites have a picnic table as well as a campfire ring. Most sites also have a wooden or concrete deck.

There is a lot of wildlife in this park. Some include, alligators, armadillos and many species of birds.

There is also a Nature Center here which shows the history of this area.

There are also Cabin rentals as well as glamping tent rentals.

There are many pavilions as well as a splash pad for the kids.

Hiking & Biking trails are located throughout the park as well and are easy.

The park was hit by Hurricane Ida in 2021 which fallen trees can be seen in most places throughout the park. Some trails are closed because of damage that makes them impassable or unsafe.

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