Niblett's Bluff Park

Welcome to the Park!

Niblett's Bluff Park is a Calcasieu Parish Ward 7 park near Vinton, Louisiana, overlooking the scenic Sabine River. Funded by local taxes and run by local citizens, the park seeks to preserve the natural beauty and history of Southwest Louisiana in an environment that is fun for the whole family. The park is open 365 days a year. Caretakers reside on the premises.

The park has historical significance: Fort Nibletts, a Civil War fort, once stood where the current park exists.

The 2016 Spring Festival has been cancelled.

Niblett's Bluff Park is currently closed due to damage sustained in the March 2016 flood.  Although we are working to restore the park, it will remain closed until further notice.  No date has been set for a reopening.


Niblett's Bluff Park is located to the west of Vinton, Louisiana, at 3409 Nibletts Bluff Road.

The park can be reached from I-10 exit #4. Go north on LA 109. Go 2.5 miles. Turn left on Niblett's Bluff Road. Follow the road for 2.5 miles to the gates of the park.

Show Map

Sabine River


  • Mini-Cabins, with A/C and heat, for rent
  • RV sites with water and electric, but no sewer
  • Dump station for RV campers
  • Large indoor pavillion seating up to 400 people
  • Several outdoor pavillions
  • Children's playground area
  • Boat launch

Call (337) 589-7117 for rental rates.

Boat Launch

Park Information:

Niblett's Bluff Park
PO Box 920
Vinton, LA 70668-0920

Phone: (337) 589-7117



Town of Vinton | Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitor's Bureau 

Alt View Boat Launch

Site designed by Mark Hare
June 27, 2016