Parks and Recreational Facilities

Arnaudville Boat Launch – located on the banks of Bayou Fuselier behind St. Francis Regis Catholic Church.
Town Hall: 337.754.7993 

Eunice Recreation Baseball/Softball Complex
461 Sittig Road, Eunice, LA.
Baseball, softball and soccer events.

Additional ballparks located at Leon Ave., Charles St., South Natalie, 
South M. L. K. Jr. Dr., Juanita & Bruce Streets, Juanita St., 
Marjorie & Bruce Streets, Marjorie & Barron Streets, 
Maple & 12th. Streets, 12th. St. & Fairground Ave.,
 North Park / North 12th St.

Tennis courts: Leon Ave., Charles Street, Fair Ground Ave., 
South. 10th. St. Courts 1, 2 & 3/

Children's playgrounds:
North 10th St., South M. L. K. Jr. Dr., South 10th. St.,
Circle Court / West Park Ave. and North Park / North 12th. St.
Eunice City Lake – Hwy 190 West; Public boat launch 
Eunice City Walking Trail – Maple Ave., Paved walking trail open to the public 
Cajun Prairie Habitat Preservation Society Restoration Site
Corner of Magnolia & MLK
Eunice City Hall: 337.457.7389. 
Nall Park corner of Front St. and Eighth St. 
Covered activities pavilion with kitchen and vending area
Three covered picnic areas with view of playground
Covered performance stage
Baseball field and fenced practice area
Outdoor basketball court
Walking path and veterans memorial
Kids’ playground area
Residents can also reserve the main pavilion or picnic areas for family gatherings, birthday parties and holiday celebrations on a first-come, first-serve basis.  A $25.00 advance deposit is required to reserve a pavilion in Nall Park.  To reserve a pavilion, the performance stage, or any of our playing fields please contact Town Hall: 337.566.2322.
Hill Park: south of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks at the corner of Second St. and Todd Ave. 
Baseball field with bleachers, public restroom and vending facilities
Outdoor basketball court
Two tennis courts
Large open playing field suitable for football or soccer practice (no goalposts)
Paved walking path around entire park
Any of these playing fields can be reserved for sports, family gatherings, birthday parties and holiday celebrations on a first-come, first-serve basis.  For more information please call Town Hall: 337.566.2322
Sherburne Wildlife Management Area (WMA) 
Sherburne encompasses 40,000 acres within the Atchafalaya Basin and is located in Pointe Coupee, Iberville and St. Martin Parishes, as well as St. Landry. Many outdoor recreational opportunities, such as hunting, fishing, ATV trails, trapping, camping, hiking, bird watching, nature photography, along with many more activities exist on this WMA. Development and management have improved access, habitat, wildlife populations, and public use on the Sherburne WMA complex. Camping is permitted on two designated camping areas, one each on the northern and southern portions of the area. A shooting range complex consisting of rifle, handgun, archery and skeet shooting is available for year-round use. Boat launches are available on both Big & Little Alabama Bayous.
Access this WMA via Hwy 975, which connects with Hwy 190 near Krotz Springs on the North and i_10 at Whiskey Bay on the south.
337.948.0255; 337.566.2251.
Access to this area is via US Hwy. 190 exit at Krotz Springs and take LA Hwy. 105 south about 11.5 miles to the fifth parking area on the right. Managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Indian Bayou Area is a 28,000-acre public access area. It contains some of the country's most productive wildlife habitat. It's a paradise for hunters, fishermen, bird-watchers, boaters, nature photographers and outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking & ATV Trails are available. The area is located in the heart of the Atchafalaya Basin, the world's largest freshwater swamp wilderness, and offers some of the finest bottomland hardwood hunting in the South.
Access this area via US HWy 190, exit at Krotz Springs. 
Take LA Hwy 105 south 11.5 miles to the Ranger Station.
Lawtell Ball park
Patty St., Lawtell, LA
Leonville Boat Launch – on Bayou Teche across from Town Hall. 
North City Park
North Market Street, Opelousas, Louisiana 70571
Parks hours are from 6 a.m. - 11

South City Park
1524 South Market Street, Opelousas, Louisiana 70571
Parks hours are from 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
South City Park RV Campground – 1489 South Market. Sixty sites with full hookups.

Bayou Teche Recreational Vehicle Park – 100 Bayou Dr. Consists of forty-eight sites with full hookups.
Located on the banks of the Bayou Teche. 
Port Barre Public Boat Launch – on the banks of Bayou Courtableau off of Hwy 103 at Hwy 741
Washington Public Boat Launch – Bayou Courtableau behind Festival grounds. 337.826.3626
Town of Washington RV Park - 403 Front St., 337.826.3626 
Thistlethwaite Wildlife Management Area -  522 Plant Rd., Washington. 337.948.0266
Thistlethwaite WMA is a 17-square mile tract of 11,000 acres of mature hardwood forest, boasting the largest diversity of oak species anywhere in the state of Louisiana. Eleven miles of wood trails make hunting, as well as birding and nature walks, very popular. Year-round birding is best along the area's numerous roadsides and ATV trails. In addition to woodland songbirds, raptors such as Red-shouldered Hawk, Mississippi Kite and Broad-winged Hawk appear regularly along these woodland edges. During the winter months, the site's numerous agricultural fields hold waterfowl, shorebirds and sparrows. Thistlethwaite WMA is part of the Red River Birding Trail of American's Wetland Birding Trails.