Fontainebleau State Park

  The 2,800 acre Fontainebleau State Park is on the northern shores of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana.  Remnants of a sugar mill built in 1829 by Bernard de Marigny de Mandeville are visible in the park.  Nature has reclaimed much of the old plantation.  A walk along the nature trails offer glimpses to swamps, southern forests, birds, alligators and… Continue reading Fontainebleau State Park