Sabine National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana

#57 of 66 in Wildlife in Louisiana
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge of the United States located in Cameron Parish in southwestern Louisiana. It is on Louisiana State Route 27, 8 miles (13 km) south of Hackberry and 12 miles (19 km) north of Holly Beach. The western boundary of the Sabine Refuge is Sabine Lake, the inlet for Port Arthur, Texas, while the tip of the eastern end reaches Calcasieu Lake.

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  • This place is great for an alligator safari! (pictures😉) We drove all over and got lots of pics of gators, turtles and birds! We actually started making the alligators!  more »
  • We visited this refuge on a warm, sunny day in February 2018. It was a peaceful walk along the trail and boardwalks. This is a nice one-hour stop and break from people and urban life. We saw turtles.....  more »
  • Wonderful outdoors experience. Lots of gators to see this year, most of which are still young. Be prepared for the alternate state bird though... skeeters.
  • Great place to enjoy time with your family

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