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Birding · Fishing · River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Check Amite River level - 15-20ft+ could cause flooding and prevent trail access.
Need to Know
This area has no amenities and limited cell phone service. Please come properly prepared for your hike.
Frenchtown currently has over three miles of trails which wind around the north and central parts of the park including access to the Amite River's Beach, several Amite River overlooks and access to countless Cypress-Tupelo sloughs. More trails and amenities will be developed as the Park's Master Plan is created.
Frenchtown Road Conservation Area or "The Land Between The Rivers" is the largest park and the largest Conservation Area currently operated by BREC. It is 495 acres of Bottomland Hardwood Forest including Small Stream Forest and Spruce Pine Hardwood-Flatwood Forest habitat; both of which are locally and globally ranked as rare or imperiled habitats.
Flora & Fauna
The property is home to a diverse spread of flora and fauna including several species of state conservation concern and countless migratory birds.
Shared By: Ethan Bergeron