Best Places To Kayak Near
New Orleans

Bayou St. John, LA

Bayou St. John is a peaceful way to get out on the water, enjoy some sunshine and fresh air–all without leaving the city’s parish.

Bayou Bienvenue, LA

Bayou Bienvenue lies just east of the city, at the intersection of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Borgne’s shores.

Bayou Segnette State Park, LA

On the south side of town, where the freshwater bayous meet the salt marshes, you’ll find Bayou Segnette.

Fort Proctor, LA

On the shores of Lake Borgne, about an hour out of town, you’ll find Fort Proctor.

Manchac Wildlife Management Area, LA

the Bayou Manchac and the Manchac Swamp. Unlike the areas closer to town, this area is a swamp in the classic sense.

Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge, LA

On the northeast side of town bordering Lake Pontchartrain is Bayou Sauvage.

Barataria Preserve, LA

The spot is home to a serene estuary and is home to wide-open spaces filled with egrets, blackbirds, herons, and eagles.

Bogue Chitto River, LA

The Bogue Chitto River parallels the Louisiana/Mississippi state line as it winds its way to the Gulf.

Fontainebleau State Park, Cane Bayou, LA

Head to the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain to the town of Mandeville, and you’ll find Fontainebleau State Park.

The Pearl River, Honey Island Swamp, LA

Pocomoke River Trail is the farthest and most remote kayaking location at around 2 hours from Baltimore, Maryland.

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