Audubon State Historic Site 75th Anniversary

March 19, 2022

Audubon State Historic Site is turning 75 and you're invited to the festivities. All are invited to visit one of the oldest sites in the Louisiana State Park system on Saturday, March 19, 2022 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Throughout the day activities highlight both the natural and historical events that created the site from the the original founding of Oakley Plantation in 1795 until it became a park in 1947. 

Step into the shoes of the artist naturalist John James Audubon through birding activities and nature based crafts for the kids. Go on special guided tours of our nature trail or out to the cabins of the enslaved people who lived here and helped Audubon find many of the specimens you see in his pictures. Talks in the theater will bring the world and life of Audubon alive. Many more activities are planned for this day long celebration of the park.