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BREC operates public park and recreation facilities and programs throughout East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA. This award-winning agency is a member of NRPA (The National Recreation and Park Association) and has been nationally accredited and recognized as one of America's premier recreation and park departments. BREC maintains 184 parks that feature a wide variety of quality facilities with family-oriented leisure activities for all ages and population groups.
6201 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Avoyelles Parish, in central Louisiana, takes its name from Avoyels Indians, and we commemorate our Native American as well as Cajun heritage. The abundant wildlife and many waterways make this a hunting, fishing and birdwatching paradise, year-round. A thriving agriculture industry beacons foodie travelers for authentic Louisiana cuisine. Casino action boasts a different kind of wildlife, and a variety of accommodations make for a comfortable stay as you explore.
8592 Highway 1
Mansura, Louisiana 71350
Natchitoches, (Nack-a-tish) the original French colony in Louisiana, is the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Established in 1714, Natchitoches (Nack-a-tish) retains its European flavor through its architecture, heritage and lifestyle and a full calendar of events. The Natchitoches area, in Central Louisiana along I-49, is home to three state historic sites, Creole plantations, and museums all within the boundaries of the Cane River National Heritage Area.
780 Front Street
Natchitoches, Louisiana 71457
Check out all the exciting activities, adventures and culinary delights just waiting for you on the longest street in the world, Bayou Lafourche! Guide services available for exciting fishing trips. Swamp tours into marsh areas and exotic swamps. Visit historic museums and art galleries. Eat at great restaurants and enjoy local music at area festivals year round. Shop at unique boutiques and antique shops.
4484 LA Hwy. 1 (US 90 @ LA Hwy. 1)
Raceland, Louisiana 70394
Nestled in the piney woods of west central Louisiana, Vernon Parish offers a vast array of opportunities for nature lovers and sportsmen alike. Hunters, fishermen, campers, and hikers enjoy nature's bounty as they traverse the gently rolling hills through forests studded with freshwater lakes and streams. History buffs will love Leesville, its Historic Downtown District and museums.
201 South 3rd Street
Leesville, Louisiana 71446
A dash of history, a cup of natural beauty, seasoned generously with the spice of new things to see and do-you'll sample all this and more in St. Mary Parish. We're lucky enough to enjoy life on the Cajun Coast every day. That's why we love to welcome visitors to share in the fun. Whether you stay a week or a weekend, you'll find we're the perfect place to enjoy part of any trip to Louisiana.
900 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Morgan City, Louisiana 70380
Don't let that opportunity fly by! Over 300 species of birds come through and millions (yes, millions) of Monarch butterflies migrate in our bayou wonderland. Hundreds of fish species as well as many, many mammals, amphibians and reptile species thrive. We have multiple wildlife refuges and sanctuaries (four are National refuges). Take a scenic day along the 180 miles of the Creole Nature Trail through the parish.
PO Box 388
Cameron, Louisiana 70631
Bienvenue Eunice! Welcome to Eunice! The 'HEART' of Acadiana! Eunice is the place to find good friends, good food and good music Right smack dab in the middle of Cajun Country. Eunice has the unique combination of attractions people are looking for! We have a Sportsman's Paradise second to none, with an abundance of wildlife and fabulous camping facilities.
300 S. 2nd St.
Eunice, Louisiana 70535
LE VIEUX Village (The Old Village) is one of the attractions you must see while in Opelousas. This is a glimpse into the past. The village includes an 1890 doctors office, a steam locomotive, an old train depot used by the 'Orphan Trains' and a 1911 schoolhouse. Also located in the village is the Jim Bowie Display,
820 East Ladry Street
Opelousas, Louisiana 70570
Over 500 years define the history of the site of Ascension Parish; a site historically identified by the important junction of the Mississippi River and Bayou Lafourche. About the year 1200, these waterways were one, then the river changed course, leaving behind a small stream the Native Tribes called ‘bayuk’; today’s Bayou Lafourche.
6967 Highway 22
Sorrento, Louisiana 70778