The Louisiana Coast is home to 13 biking trails. It's hard to imagine a better way to enjoy the beautiful and unusual landscapes of Louisiana than by touring the Coast up-close and personal. An array of routes, from lightly traveled, paved rural roads to challenging mountain-biking trails to easy, leisurely paths through Louisiana's state parks are ready for your adventure. Our mild climate allows for great biking at almost any time of the year. And once all that biking works up a hunger, set out on a culinary trail that will bring Louisiana into your soul.
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Ride begins at Lake Fausse Pointe State Park in St. Martinville.
Ride begins at Bouligny Plaza on Main Street in New Iberia.
Ride begins at Shadows-on-the-Teche in New Iberia.
Starting point is bridge over Bayou Teche at Highway 96.
There are two I-10 entry points in Lake Charles and Sulphur.
Ride begins at the intersection of Railroad Ave. and Mississippi Street.
Birding and nature enthusiasts who visit Grosse Savanne Eco-tours will experience why others have proclaimed Southwest Louisiana as one of the top 10 birding areas in the United States. Over 400 species of birds migrate to and through the area.