Lake Rosemound
Bird Sanctuary

Lake Rosemound in the Tuncia Hills Area

Nestled in the Tunica Hills just south of the Mississippi State line, is a quiet beautiful residential community of Lake Rosemound, Louisiana. Homes and camps are built on some 2250 acres of hilly woodlands rich in Louisiana hardwoods.
Lake Rosemound in the Spring

These homes are built along the steep inclined shores of two connected lakes, with depths up to 33 feet. The lakes are spring fed and are man-made by a huge levee which also serves as a road bed. The lakes are excellent in fishing for bass, catfish, bream, and sac-a-lait. Water sports such as knee-boarding, wake-boarding and skiing are designated for one lake. The other lake prohibits any type of skiing. To use the lake you must be a member of the Lake Rosemound Association which presently has approximately 235 members. The lakes are strictly patrolled.
Dusk at Lake Rosemound

Visitors can best view the birds in this sanctuary from the parish roads and accesses. With the showy abundance of magnolias, gardenias, tulip trees, dogwood, and large variety of azaleas; birdwatching is hard to be upstaged in this nature area. Typical birds entering this serene community are the blue herons, Eastern bluebirds, cardinals, hummingbirds, white egrets, masked cockadee, bluejay and many more.
One of many paddlers on Lake Rosemound

Directions from St. Francisville, Louisiana: Take US Hwy 61 north for approximately 15 miles. Turn left onto Lake Rosemound Loop (follow signs for Lake Rosemound Inn B & B), upon reaching a small convenience store on left - turn left onto Silgo Road, continue on Silgo to the second Lake Rosemound entrance sign (Lake Rosemound Inn B & B sign also) turn right onto Lake Rosemound Road, continue to lake, approximately 1 mile.

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