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Hooper Road Park

Baton Rouge, LA

Hooper Road Park is a 10 mile trail located near Baton Rouge, Louisiana at the intersection of Hooper Road and Mickens. It connects to Comite River trails which has an additional 5 miles of trails. Used for mountain biking but runners and hikers are welcome too.

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  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

Recent Reviews

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Wild Azalea Trail
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

Just finished a 32 mile hike on this trail.This is the first time I visited this trail and I was very impressed on how well the the trail is maintained. The trail was highly visible with well placed, yellow, diamond shaped markers that are also reflective for night hikes. The trail heads were equipped with a map center with plenty of maps and info for both experience and new hikers. Last but not least, the bathrooms were clean and had plenty of T.P. A big thanks to all that take a part in keeping this trail beautiful. great job, i will definitely be back.

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Hodges Gardens Loop
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

Beautiful gardens and man made paths. Geese, duck, bird, deer. Several trails were closed due to forestry burn. Long lief pine trail was overgrown. Wild azalea trail wasnt marked well either as we ended up on a closed path with dangerous bridge. will try again in the spring

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Toledo Bend Reservoir (TX / LA Border)
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

Red trail was cool. Lots of pine trees. Some pretty lookouts of the water. Birds and Squirrels. Very easy with moderate inclines as my 6 yr old niece was or "trail guide!" Very beautiful picnic overlooking water area and visitor/nature center. also several paved trails along water for easier access to nature.

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Creole Nature Trail
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

lots of beautiful birds. Insects bad during spring/summer; wear deet repellant!!!! alligators usually present

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Sam Houston Jones State Park Trail
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

love the blue trail! I've done it several times Dec/Jan and the insects aren't bad. Although not a good trail for dogs due to ticks. I found 5 or so on mine. Very peaceful. Lots of birds and squirrels.

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Wild Azalea Trail
by Christopher Billiot

20 Completed 19 Reviews

Good for mileage. Not difficult at all. Peaceful and good water sources. Did the in and out (48mi) in 2 days. Camping was great. Lots of firewood available.

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Backbone Trail
by Christopher Billiot

20 Completed 19 Reviews

Good trail. Enjoyed the second half better than the first. Started across the hwy from the Caroline Dormon trailhead. Had to walk another 3 miles on the hwy after the trailers to make it back to the car. Could always back track, but glad I didn't because I saw three deer off the road side.

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Comite Park Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

** KEYS **
I found a set of keys on the trail today for a Toyota. There's a saint charm on the keychain if you can tell me the saint I'll hand them over to you.

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Hooper Road Park
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

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Tunica Hills Wildlife Management North Area
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Great time beautiful sights. Fun terrain