Cypremont Pointe State Park is right outside of Lydia and New Iberia, LA. Close enough for an easy drive out to the water, but far enough to feel like you are on a mini vacation. Nestled in deep behind the bayous and trees of Louisiana, down a long and winding road, we came upon this state park. As we drove up it appeared to be a fisherman’s paradise. We saw a large boat ramp and trucks lined up to let their boats into the water. We were a little (A LOT) jealous!
We drove down a rocky road, past all the boaters and pulled up to an entrance booth. The lady was so kind. It was $2 a head except children under 3 and seniors. She also informed up that we could get a family pass for $80 for the year. Since we still had not seen the beach, we passed on that offer.
After paying, we drove past some cabins. They call them cabins, but they are really more like beach houses. At only $150 a night, I was super impressed!