Saturday, March 31, 2018

Lake Claiborne, Louisiana

We have made our way out of Texas and into Louisiana.  We’re staying in Lake Claiborne State Park.  It’s a beautiful park with lots of things to do.

Our site backs up to Lake Claiborne.

The park is on 643 acres and was opened in 1974.  Lake Claiborne is 6,400 acres.  Besides the 6 miles of hiking trails, the main attraction of this park is two world class disc golf courses, ranked #1 and #2 in Louisiana.

Hole # 7.

Before the weather turned windy and rainy Mark was able to play both courses.  I went with him and felt like it was a real workout!  Both courses are 18 holes and very hilly.  He played one of the courses a second time.  By then I could barely walk up and down the hills anymore so I declined to go with him.

I had a little fun close-up practice with my camera.

Wisteria. An introduced species that is in full bloom right now.

Next time: We're heading into Arkansas.



  1. Don't feel bad Teri. I bet I couldn't keep up with Mark either.

  2. I'm not use to those "mountains!"