Don't know how busy it is during the high season, but in early spring, you practically have the park to yourselves. Sandy beach on the Vermilion Bay, butting against federal wetlands on one end and a bayou on the other.
Lovely covered picnic table pavilions. Fishing. Sailing.
The cabins - on high posts - are inviting with wide decks above and below. Each cabin seems to have a dedicated bayou-edge deck with boat slip(s).
If you're looking for a quiet place with views of both open water and bayou, birds, and otters, this is a good place to be.
NOTE: Louisiana's state parks website is subpar - insufficient and difficult-to-find information, especially as it pertains to activities. Based on my experience with two other LA state parks, there also seems to be a systemic problem with effective communication among park staff. Cypremort Point SP was no exception: The website says there are daily tours, but when asked about it, the park employee at the entrance gate was clueless.
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