Cypremort Point State Park

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Hurricane Delta 10/8/2020

Multiple Louisiana State Parks and Historic Sites were affected by Hurricanes Laura and Delta. Nearly all parks and historic sites have recovered and reopened except for:

CYPREMORT STATE PARK in Cypremort. TBD, a reopening date in Nov. 2020 

CENTENARY STATE HISTORIC SITE in Jackson. TBD, a reopening date in Nov. 2020 

REBEL STATE HISTORIC SITE in Marthaville. TBD, a reopening date in Nov. 2020

SAM HOUSTON JONES STATE PARK in Lake Charles. TBD, a reopening date in late 2021

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New Iberia - Morgan City Area

306 Beach Lane
Cypremort Point, LA 70538
United States

Hours of Operation

Site is open daily.

Gate Opening Times:
Sunday through Thursday

  • open at 7 a.m.
  • close at 9 p.m.

Friday, Saturday and days preceding holidays.

  • open at 7 a.m.
  • close at 10 p.m.

Entrance Station Hours:
Sunday through Thursday

  • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday, Saturday and days preceding holidays.

  • 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission/Entrance Fees

$3 per person

Free for seniors (62 & older)

Free for children (3 & under)

Between Grand Isle and Cameron, Cypremort Point is one of the very few locations near the Gulf of Mexico that can be reached by car. A half-mile stretch of a man-made beach provides a delightful area for relaxing, picnicking and enjoying the water. It also affords an opportunity for fishing, crabbing, water skiing, windsurfing and, of course, sailing.

A boat launch just outside the park's entrance is only a few miles from the Gulf of Mexico, and fishermen can venture out to fish in the Gulf or Vermilion Bay. Catches of flounder and redfish are not uncommon in the area. For those interested in fishing from the shore, a 100-foot fishing pier is situated on the Bay. Overnight visitors also have access to adjacent boat docks and a fish cleaning station.

In addition to excellent sailing and swimming facilities, the 185-acre park also holds a special attraction for nature enthusiasts. Located in the heart of a Louisiana marsh, the site contains an abundance of wildlife. The quiet observer may happen upon nutria, muskrat, alligator or a number of bird species native to the state. Deer, black bear, rabbits, opossum and red fox also make their home in this area, so stay aware of your surroundings and you may discover more of the natural charm of Cypremort Point.

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Cabins at Cypremort Point State Park
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Cabins at Cypremort Point State Park
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Use of the boat docks and a fishing cleaning station are included with the cabins
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Sunsets are always spectacular on Vermillion bay
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A Caribbean island? Or Cypremort Point State Park? You decide…

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Parks & Preserves
Boating
Boating
Canoeing/Kayaking
Paddling
Fishing
Fishing
Swimming/Water Playgrounds
Swimming/Water Playgrounds
Wildlife Viewing
Wildlife Viewing
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Camping

A $6 non-refundable fee will be assessed on each reservation transaction made online, via phone, or as a walk-in.

Facilities

A $6 non-refundable fee will be assessed on each reservation transaction made online, via phone, or as a walk-in.

Cabins: Basic cookware, cooking utensils, dinnerware, silverware, towels and linens are provided. Bring your own food and personal supplies. (Cabin Area map

Deluxe Cabins

$150/night plus tax, Sun-Thurs
$175/night plus tax, Fri-Sat

6 available; 2 are ADA compliant; sleeps up to 8 people with 1 queen bed, 2 bunk beds and 1 queen sofa sleeper
Pavilions

$50 per day
$70 per day

2 available; Maximum Occupancy of 40 people, each. 1 available; Maximum Occupancy of 60 people. *Units are equipped with electrical lighting and grills/fire rings.

Birding

A Birder's Guide to Louisiana gives directions to over 100 areas for birding throughout the state, includes maps, Louisiana specialties, and contains beautiful photography and checklists of Louisiana birds and other wildlife. The Guide was produced through a partnership between the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area and the American Birding Association.