Miss your extended family or friends after being in isolation for so long? Had a birthday that you, a friend, or a loved one didn’t get to celebrate? Plan your get together at the Lincoln Parish Park! Choose between 8 pavilions for the perfect post-quarantine get together!
We’ve all been locked up for so long! So experience all the freedom and summer air that the Lincoln Parish Park has to offer in the comfort of your RV, or in the quaint setting of a tent camping weekend!
Schoooools out for Summer… and most of the spring. Let the kids blow off some steam by playing on the massive playground, fly a kite in the open fields, have a picnic, swim in the beach area, fish the streams or ponds, bring a nature classification book and let mother nature be their teacher for a day. The options are as limitless as the space around them, so let the kids explore!
Whether you are biking one of the top-ranked biking trails in the nation or traversing 1, 5, or 10 of the nearly 20 miles of hiking trails available, there is top-notch outdoor entertainment for everyone hidden within the sprawling 270-acre park. Find the trails on the AllTrails App or ask for a map at the gate.
The lake, pond, and streams of the Lincoln Parish Park hold different types of fish. But the most common type to catch is bream, which is perfect for a beginner fisherman or lady. There are also bass and catfish as well. Bring a pole, hook, and bobber, and stop by the Chevron on HWY 33 about a mile and a half south of the Park for bait!
Want to learn more about the Lincoln Parish Park and its many amenities? Click here to get started planning your outdoor outing, or call (318) 251-5156!
This jack-of-all-trades has called Ruston home for 7 years now. Between getting his Masters in History at Louisiana Tech and growing his passion for woodworking, Michael has worked to promote the Ruston-Lincoln area, its heritage, and the amazing people in it in many ways, the latest of which in his position as the Visitors Center Coordinator. He loves highlighting all that our beautiful piece of Louisiana has to offer, and hopes you will get to experience why he is proud to live here.