I haven't been along the Louisiana beaches since I was a child, but I recall similar situations on the beaches closer to the Texas border, such as near Lake Charles.
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The sand is also generally not bright white but often a light brown.
As kids growing up in Beaumont (just across the border in Texas), we went to the beach every summer.
In Texas, at least, there are dozens or even hundreds of miles (it seems) of public beaches, where you can drive your car looking for an isolated spot and picnic, swim, and just hang out.
The lack of crowding goes a long way in making up the less than perfect conditions.
I am planning to visit the Baton Rouge area and I would like to go to the beach while I am in Louisiana. Thanks to anyone who can help me :)Megypt If you look at Louisiana's official tourist website ( louisianatravel.com/..
I am having a hard time locating information online about which cities have ocean beaches so I can figure out which are closest to Baton Rouge. What are the cities in LA that have ocean beaches on the gulf coast? ), you'll notice that the Gulf Coast beaches are hardly mentioned.That's probably because the Gulf Coast beaches of the upper Texas coast and Louisiana are not very attractive compared to many of the beaches in more famous places like Florida or even Padre Island.The Mississippi River drops so much silt into the Gulf that the water is brown and opaque, not clear as it is much farther away from the Mississippi Delta.Note that a lot of attention is focused on parks at lakes rather than on the Gulf.Cypremort Point State Park is south (more or less) of Avery Island, where the Tabasco company is located (worth a trip itself if you're at all interested - it's a beautiful area). Both Grand Isle State Park and Port Fourchon are more or less south of New Orleans proper out on the end of the delta. I am totally unfamiliar with the beaches to the east of New Orleans, so forgive me if I leave them out... I will check out these links and hopefully there will be some information.You can see more about them at the site above, or also at lafishmag.com/.. I wonder if I should just plan to swim in a lake instead but I just love the ocean.