Cameron Parish is located in the southwest most corner of Louisiana, the heel of the boot. Cameron Parish is the largest geographic parish in Louisiana with 1,313 square miles of land and 619 square miles of water. Cameron parish is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Sabine Lake, Calcasieu Parish, Jefferson Davis Parish and Vermilion Parish. We have plenty to offer those with a love of nature! Whether you like to hunt, fish, or observe wildlife in their habitat, Cameron Parish is the place to visit! Home of the famous Creole Nature Trail, we invite you to stop in and stay a while!
Cameron Parish is a natural gem of the Gulf Coast, with peaceful marshlands, gorgeous beaches, and the chance to truly connect with nature. The landscape of waterways provides some of the greatest freshwater and saltwater fishing you can find!
Cameron Parish is home to the incredible Creole Nature Trail, it’s a perfect opportunity for spotting alligators, over 400 bird species, and other wildlife.