Grand Isle. At your own pace.
Coast at your own pace.
With miles of beaches, endless marsh and water, a birding trail and a state park, Grand Isle offers visitors plenty of space to coast at your own pace. Whether charter fishing, watching for migrating birds, kayaking through mangroves, or just sitting back to enjoy the sunset on the beach, Every day is an adventure on Grand Isle. You set the pace. When you are done exploring, relax and stop at one of our restaurants, shops or bars or stay the night at one of our motels or camps.
Seven miles of white sand beaches are open to the public.
With more than 280 species of fish and four seasons of fishing, Grand Isle invites anglers of all ages and skill levels to cast their line in the abundant, surrounding waters. There are also more than a dozen charter fishing services that offer inland and off- shore fishing trips.
The Grand Isle Birding/Nature Trail consists of five bird-watching loca- tions, including the best remaining tracts of oak-hackberry forests on the island. Locations are either owned and operated by the Nature Conservancy or owned by locals. A round trip of the birding trail is approximately two miles. Other prime birding areas include the state park, beach and marsh on the back side of the island.
Grand Isle State Park
At the east end of the island, Grand Isle State Park features pristine beaches, a 400-ft. fishing pier, nature trails and overnight camping.
We look forward to welcoming visitors to Grand Isle. Guests are advised to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines while visiting our area. Please adhere to safe practices including washing hands regularly with soap and water, minimizing close contact with others, and maintaining a minimum of six feet of social distance from others. We encourage visitors to stay informed of changing public health guidance throughout the state and to minimize risk to themselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in Grand Isle and making your visit special.
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