We have four cabins each unit has air conditioning or heating, eight bunk beds, fire pit, grills, electricity, and picnic tables.
This 3 acre park was donated to the Harrison County Parks Department in 1975 by former governor of Louisiana and boyhood Harrison County resident, James A. Noe. The park was also home to the second largest burr oak tree in the U.S. until it crashed to the ground at 200 years old in 1984 from old age. Today, the park features a shelter house and is one of Harrison County’s beautiful parks. This park is open year round.
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