Wild Azalea Trail (KNF)

  • Wild Pink Azalea

Hiking

Mountain Biking

Dogs Yes

Waterfall

Fall Foliage

26 (miles)

 Difficult

Point to Point

Minimal (Elev. Δ - ft)

Louisiana

Wild Azalea Trail is Louisiana's longest trail and is located in the Kisatchie National Forest. Wild Azalea Trail is Louisiana's longest trail and is located in the Kisatchie National Forest. This trail is kid friendly, but the entire thing may be do long for hikers with young children. This hike is also dog and mountain bike friendly. The trail was constructed in the early 1970 by the U.S. Forest Service and has since been designated a National Recreation Trail. Along it’s 26 miles, hiker will pass through many different ecosystems, from soggy bog lands to rolling pine and hardwood covered hills. Hikers can expect to see plenty of bayou wildlife, wildflowers and lush thick forest. There is camping available in Kisatchie National Forest.

Red Tape

None
Contact: Kisatchie National Forest 2500 Shreveport Highway Pineville, Louisiana 71360

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