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Tickfaw State Park is located in Livingston Parish, Louisiana. The neighboring town is Springfield, LA. The park first opened in 1999 in an effort to preserve natural areas of significance. The park is built along a swamp that is very typical of southeastern Louisiana; it is also built around the Tickfaw River. Visitors who book an RV rental near Tickfaw State Park often do so they can spend as much time as possible in the park.

Tickfaw State Park is in a fairly undeveloped area of Louisiana; however, it’s a short drive from some larger cities. The park is about 45 minutes away from Baton Rouge and an hour from New Orleans. The Mississippi border is about an hour away, and Hattiesburg is approximately two hours away.

The climate at Tickfaw State Park is pretty typical of southeastern Louisiana. It’s a humid subtropical climate that is very low-lying. Due to its low elevation and the permanent wetlands, humidity is very high during the warmer months. The area is on a floodplain and thus subject to flooding from time to time.

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Getting Outdoors

Tickfaw State Park features a myriad of outdoors options. The weather in southeastern Louisiana is pretty nice for most of the year; so nothing should stand in the way of getting outdoors. Since the state park is partially swamp, the boardwalks are some of the biggest attractions. Visitors who search for an RV in Livingston Parish can walk right out onto the swamp. The park features over a mile of boardwalks. There are also several hiking trails throughout the park that will take visitors to different areas.

The park is unique because it features four distinct ecosystems. The park has a bottomland hardwood forest, a cypress-tupelo swamp, a pine and hardwood forest, and the Tickfaw River itself. Vacationers are able to experience these different ecosystems by walking through the boardwalks and hiking trails. They can also explore parts of the park by canoeing.

Canoeing is one of the most popular activities for those who rent an RV in Tickfaw near the park. Visitors can rent a canoe, or they can bring one of their own. The river is slow-moving, which makes it ideal for canoes.

The park also features a water playground that offers different types of watersports activities for visitors. For visitors who don’t want to brave the swamp or the boardwalks for the entire afternoon, the water playground offers fun as well.

Camping At Tickfaw State Park

Tickfaw State Park offers a wide range of different camping sites. There are sites where one can pitch a tent as well as sites where visitors can pull up an RV. The majority of the sites have water and electrical hookups. Some of the older, and less expensive, sites have hookups for water only.

The park allows pets as well. Some of the sites offer big rig access for larger RVs. Those that stay can find WiFi and cable television at the park. There are also showers, bathrooms, and laundry facilities on-site.

Exploring The Area

When travelers rent an RV near Tickfaw State Park, exploring the area around the park could be interesting. Livingston Parish has many interesting stops one could make. The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival draws many visitors to Ponchatoula every year. The festival is, as the name suggests, a festival celebrating the annual strawberry harvest. There are games, food stamps, events, and contests all centered around southeast Louisiana agriculture.

The Independence Italian Cultural Museum in Independence, LA celebrates the history of Italian immigrants to Louisiana. The museum has displays and artifacts chronicling the rich history of Italians in southeast Louisiana and Louisiana in general. They also offer different classes in Italian history as well as lessons in the Sicilian language.

The Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, LA features different animals from all over the world. The animals are rescued and sent to the wildlife center. The animals a visitor might see will differ depending on the time of year; tours are available for guests.

Southeast Louisiana is known for its food. Visitors who rent an RV near Tickfaw State Park can eat at the park. They can also eat at many of the different towns around the park. The closer one gets to a body of water, the fresher the seafood will be. Food in and around New Orleans will tend towards creole and cajun food. Food near Baton Rouge is a little more standard for a big city.

Situated between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Tickfaw State Park is at a critical juncture of the Gulf Coast. As such, there are plenty of truck stops and gas stations all around. Hop on up in an RV rental and get to exploring the swampy reaches of southeast Louisiana.

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