Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Moro Bay adventure.
Moro Bay State Park: A serene escape with cabins and outdoor fun.
You’re surrounded by water at Moro Bay State Park, where waterways meet, people gather, and nature thrives. The lower Ouachita River meets the beautiful Raymond Lake here, forming a diverse and rich ecosystem that is part of the wider Gulf Coastal Plain. Ready to plan your escape to this beautiful piece of land? First, choose from the full-service campground or the housekeeping cabins overlooking the bay. Next, pack your fishing gear, as there’s an abundance of bream, bass, crappie, and catfish just waiting to be dinner. Binoculars wouldn’t hurt either, a huge diversity of birds make Moro Bay home in every season. Lastly, grab your favorite person and make it a date. Every camping trip is better with a friend.
The best time to visit Moro Bay State Park is from March to November when the visitor center is open daily from 8am to 5pm, and the full range of activities and programs are available. Off-peak season offers a quieter visit but with limited hours and services.