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5 stars to the visitors center and the helpful folks that work there. Super informative.
4 stars to the bayou at the end of the Loop Trail - always an alligator there. Don't waste your time on the 1/2 mile trail - very disappointing especially...More
We went here with our family from Massachusetts, and they loved it. We hiked around, then we went to a pond and saw an alligator. Our cousins had never seen one before, and it was definently a trip to remember!
We stayed at the camp ground of the Gulf Island National Seashore. Stuff was very nice and campsite was a great point scouting out Ocean Spring. The Sites are fairly close together. The sanitary enteties are kept in a good state. Starting from the camp...More
I love this park. I've been gong to this park since I was a kid (and I'm 54 now!) It's a great place to be outside and enjoy some nature, and maybe take your dog for walks or toss the football. It has a nice...More
I make it a purpose everywhere I travel to visit places that are part of our National Park System. I’ve been to over 250 of them from Guam, Alaska , Maine, Florida and everything in between. So I must say this was a disappointment. There...More
Every year my extended family meets here for a reunion. The restrooms have been recently upgraded. There is plenty of places to have picnics and parties. Campgrounds are also available. Hiking trails, seeing alligators in there natural habitat is exciting.
My sister and I were picnicking at the Davis Bayou area picnic grounds. She told me she saw one. So we ate, then we went to the visitor center. We watched the movie, looked at the exhibits, and talked to the ranger. We went back...More