The Grand Isle State Park is a state park and recreation area in Grand Isle, Louisiana. It is well known for its beautiful beach located on the Louisiana gulf coast.
Located on the only inhabited and most popular barrier island off the coast of Louisiana, the Grand Isle State Park is touted as a natural haven being home to various wildlife and beautiful natural scenery. It has over 280 species of fish and is also quite a popular spot to watch birds like brown pelicans and seagulls. Crabs are also commonly found at the park.
Despite being hit and damaged significantly by several hurricanes in the past, the Grand Isle State Park continues to survive calamities. It has been renovated a couple of times in the past decade, fixing the damages it got from Hurricanes Katrina, Gustav, and Ike.