Three flood damaged Louisiana State Parks will soon be back in business. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser announced the official reopening of cabins at Lake Bistineau, Lake Fausse Point, and Tickfaw State Parks. Assistant Secretary and Director of Louisiana State Parks Gene Reynolds say the cabins received substantial damage from the Floods of 2016.

“Some of the cabins had as much as eight or nine feet of water go through there. We had to go in and basically do what everyone else had to do in this area and gut the cabins then go back in and try to get them back together. So now they’re ready.”

Reynolds says these cabins provide guests the access of Louisiana’s most impressive views.

“It’s very pristine and clean. Anyone going to these cabins would have a wonderful time. Bring the kids out and get away from the cell phones and enjoy nature.”

Each cabin is fully equipped, and Reynolds says they can comfortably fit families of six to eight.

“When you walk through the door, you’re going to look at a nice cabin. Most of them have a fireplace, they have a living room, and screened in porches, a great view, and a place to go walking and fishing.”

You can now start making reservations for stays beginning Monday, October 22nd. For more information visit LaStateParks.com.