Indian Bayou is a 28,500 acre, public access area located in the heart of the Atchafalaya Basin. You can access part of this area in Krotz Springs, Louisiana. Experience Louisiana’s outdoors by boat, ATV, or on your own two feet. Find indigenous plants, trees, and wildlife along the area’s trails, or bring your binoculars and find several species of native birds. Fishing is also available in Indian Bayou, and you can launch your boat at the basin boat launch.

To get to the wildlife management area, take Highway 190 off of Interstate 49. Continue on Highway 190 traveling east toward Baton Rouge until you get to Highway 105. Travel south for 11.5 miles to the ranger station, the fifth parking area on the right. The area is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

  • West Atchafalaya Levee Road, Krotz Springs, Louisiana 70750

  • 337-585-0853