Grand Isle is the attraction.
Nature's theme park, the bottom most tip of Louisiana, the is out only inhabited barrier island. A year plentiful of events, rodeos, bird sightings, and beach fun just to name a few,everyone will create forever memories in Grand isle.
Fishing is a year long season with over 280 species. Cast a line from the shores of the beach, the Old Fishing Bridge, and at Grand Isle State Park's fishing pier. No boat, no problem! With over a dozen charter companies to choose from, join an experienced charter captain for a day of surf & sun. Don't miss your chance to reel in the big one at one of over 20 rodeos & tournaments including the oldest rodeo in the United States, the International Tarpon Rodeo. Held each year since 1928, the last weekend of July.
Over 100 species of birds and butterflies call Grand Isle their home. Each April, the annual flight of birds of every color are photographed during the Migratoryt Bird Festival. April is also the kick off month for rodeos and tournaments. Along side the Grand Isle tourist information center, you'll find an unique Dome home to hundreds of butterflies.
Embark on an adventure of exploration of trails, enjoy the sand between your toes and live the excitement of Grand Isle.
With GeauxPass you can drive on Louisiana toll roads and enjoy non-stop driving without stopping to pay tolls. With GeauxPass, driving is worry-free on your way to Grand Isle or Port Fourchon.
In order to allow greater flexibility and enhanced convenience for LA 1 toll payments, a toll booth was installed at the expressway in Summer 2013. Our toll collector can accept various forms of payment - cash (exact change is not necessary), credit cards, and debit cards - giving customers the ability to pay the toll in a way that is most suitable to them. The toll booth can be accessed from the right-hand lane of LA1. The left lane will remain a dedicated lane for GeauxPass customers, so they may drive uninterrupted through the tolling area.
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