Seeing Colors Boarding Stables

Seeing Colors is a boarding stable just off Alligator Lake Rd, near North Fort Polk. They offer riding classes as well as both short and long-term boarding.

469 Burns Cooley Rd.
Leesville LA 71446

Simpson Church of God

The Simpson Church of God has a walking path known to locals as the Pathway to God. It is open to the public and has meditation areas along the way where walkers can stop and rest. There is a pavilion with playground equipment nearby.

4560 Hwy.8
Simpson LA 71474

South Toledo Bend State Park Riding Trails

Approx. 12 miles of OHV trails thru 540 acres. The trail spine stretches from near the park's entrance on Hwy. 191 through the woods to Hwy. 392. Nine separate trails, offering varying degrees of challenging topography, branch off the spine, and then loop around to connect again. All of the trails except the spine are one-way.

120 Bald Eagle Rd.
Anacoco LA 71403
337-286-9075 or 888-398-4770

Swany Creek Ranch

Swany Creek Ranch Riding School & Stables offers English and Western lessons for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced rider. The lessons include horse care, confidence building, safety, and riding fundamentals. Lessons are by reservation only. They have party plans with pony rides that include use of their grills and tables with chairs. Temporary and long-term boarding is available.

193 Reeks Rd.
Leesville LA 71446

Tack-A-Paw Expeditions

Birding, Canoe Rental, Tubing, Fishing

2340 Toro Rd.
Anacoco LA 71403

Thaxton's Landing

Boat Launch and Slips, Fishing

Thaxton Landing Rd.
Anacoco LA 71403

Vernon Lake Spillway Park

Birding, Dock, Free Boat Launch, Fishing, Picnics, Swimming

Spillway Rd.
Leesville LA 71446

Wagon Wheel Riding Club

Slagle LA

Warrior Hills Golf Course

Fort Polk's Warrior Hills Golf Course features an 18 Hole Championship Design, with a driving range and fully stocked Pro Shop.

BLDG 323, 1321 Corps Rd.
Fort Polk LA 71459

Wolf Rock - Kisatchie National Forest - Vernon Unit

Wolf Rock is located in the Vernon Unit of the Calcasieu Ranger District of the Kisatchie National Forest. Archaeological evidence shows that primitive peoples once used the cave as a habitation. Access to the area is very primitive, so visitors should dress appropriately for walking in the forest.

9912 Highway 28 West
Boyce LA 71409
318 793-9427