Lake D’Arbonne: Outdoor adventure in Louisiana

Lake D’Arbonne, at 15,250 acres, was formed in 1963 and has become a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, whether to paddle around the waters or to fish in them. The catch is plenty and includes bass, catfish, crappie, and beam. It’s a designated state park that also maintains a serviced camping area (including cabins) and runs several history and nature programs. Don’t forget your discs, as there’s a disc golf course as well!

This video is proudly produced in partnership with the Louisiana Office of Tourism.

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