Money-Saving Golf and Fishing Packages Now Available at Cypress Bend Resort on Toledo Bend Lake

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Choose Fishing On Toledo Bend Lake or Golf On Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail

Cypress Bend Resort, the only full-service hotel on the shores of Louisiana’s Toledo Bend Lake, has created two ways to save on summer experiences, whether you enjoy fishing for that prized bass or putting for that elusive birdie.

Cypress Bend’s golf package, priced at $139 per person, includes overnight accommodations, breakfast and a full day of unlimited play on the resort’s championship golf course. For an additional $20 per person per night, guests can upgrade to a guestroom with a large patio or balcony overlooking the 18th fairway. Guests can also upgrade to a spacious golf suite for an additional $60 per person per night.

The crown jewel of Louisiana’s Audubon Golf Trail, Cypress Bend presents a challenging layout with elevated tee boxes and breathtaking views of Toledo Bend Lake including ten holes along the shoreline. Surrounding hardwood forests and undulating greens add to Cypress Bend’s challenge and beauty.

If you’d rather be fishing on the largest man-made lake in the southern United States, then book the resort’s Toledo Bend fishing package priced at $99 per person (single or double occupancy). The package includes overnight accommodations, free admission to the Cypress Bend Park and Marina, free cooler bag with snack, free bagged ice to pack fish and on-property boat parking with electrical hook ups. The Toledo Bend fishing package is subject to availability and not available for groups.    

Cypress Bend Resort is located on the Texas-Louisiana border, about 70 miles south of Shreveport, 200 miles northeast of Houston and 250 miles southeast of Dallas. The resort offers spacious guestrooms, suites and golf villas, all recently enhanced with added furniture pieces and LCD flat-screen televisions.                

The resort also offers the Lago Vista Spa, heated indoor/outdoor pools and winding hike-and-bike trails, perfect for bird watching or getting up close to nature. Guests also enjoy an outdoor herb garden dining experience and breakfast, lunch and dinner in The Cypress Dining Room.

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Bernard Kaplan