Visit the Tickfaw State Park main page that list all the prices from Canoe rentals to Camp site and Cabin rentals. The canoe prices are listed on the bottom half of the page. This is truly a great place to go canoeing and something the whole family will remember.
As of 11/26/2019 the prices are listed at the rates below.
Canoes — $25 per day — includes paddles, life jackets
Additional life jackets can be rented for $2 each where available
Price varies with concessionaire rentals – please VISIT HERE to check availability and rates on canoe rentals and other rental prices in the park.
You can have a great time canoeing around Tickfaw State Park. Many areas you’ll be canoeing in will only be about a foot of water. The bayous and waterways vary a lot from day to day. In the pictures above the water is at the deepest point only about 2 to 3 feet deep. This is basically lowlands and swamps. When it rains a dry creek bed can go from having no water in it to overflowing in less than an hour. You will have a good chance to see some snakes, alligators, egrets and many other birds and wildlife. From time to time the canoe trips can go out into one of the largest river in the area which is the Amite River. Again a lot depends on the amount of rain that has fallen. I have seen it rain for so hard for so long that water covered up the canoe launch, dock and part of the parking lot.
Canoeing here is well worth it. If you have never seen the swamps of the Delta Region of Louisiana then take the time and go for a canoe ride. It will probably be the most relaxing and enjoyable part of your visit to this State Park.