The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries website can provide you with an instant fishing license during your trip to PAC Kayak Rental. It also gives a wealth of information regarding fishing in our area.
Bringing your family to visit? Give them a little history about our area.
While our bait shop carries a large variety of supplies, if you’re in need of anything else, there is a Dollar General store a few miles away that carries frozen and refrigerated food, canned goods, etc. We recommend using your map app to find the closest location.
Complete with an Adventure Guide that you can download, the Houma Terrebonne website provides more to do in the area during your visit.
Learn more about the Pointe Aux Chenes Indian tribe that has been living in lower Pointe Aux Chenes for centuries.
The essence of Pointe Aux Chenes captured by Julie Dermansky Photography.
The 2021 Hurricane Ida was devastating to our area and our kayak launch. While the locals continue to rebuild, we’re up and running 100%. The video link below shows some of the damage caused by Ida.
Ducks Unlimited is currently wrapping up a restoration project that will restore historic salinities on 3,075 of acres of Pointe Aux Chenes wildlife management area ensuring that the property continues to provide hi-quality wintering habitat for over a dozen species of waterfowl.
Located a few miles down the road, Sheri’s Snack Shack is available for dining if you don’t feel like cooking. They offer burgers, fried and grilled platters, poboys and more.
A free app that is a very useful tool to plan your fishing strategy, download the Salty Solutions app.
Monthly forecases are available at AccuWeather.
A great video about the wild horses that live off the marsh in Pointe Aux Chenes.
St. Charles Borromeo offers weekday and weekend masses.
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