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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
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
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
Delve into our Cajun mystique, the interesting expressions and unique cultural heritage that makes us the 'Most Cajun Place on Earth' as well as world-famous cooking! There's plenty of great restaurants to showcase it. Our proximity to the Gulf of Mexico means we have an abundance of fresh seafood, a variety of wildlife and adventures to explore it all. Come for a visit, your place at the table is ready!
1907 Veterans Memorial Drive
Abbeville, Louisiana 70510
Looking for an experience that differs from the usual? Visit an area where the spirit of the people is as much of an attraction as the art, food, music and nature. Deep in the heart of Cajun Country lies a special place, St. Martin Parish. St. Martin Parish holds the true essence of Cajun and Creole. It's where food is almost a religion, where people play just as hard as they work, and where history is alive and well.
314 East Bridge
Breaux Bridge, Louisiana 70517
Crowley is a peaceful community rich in history and culture which possesses one of the largest Register of Historic Places. It includes a thriving historic business district and a historic residential district which features streets lined with majestic oaks and turn-of-the-century Victorian homes. From small-town family fun to big-city glitter, Crowley offers easy access to it all. Call 337-783-0824 to schedule a tour.
Post Office Box 1463
425 N. Parkerson Avenue
Crowley, Louisiana 70526
The Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission is accredited by the Destination Marketing Accreditation Program of the Destination Marketing Association International, 2025 M Street, N.W., Suite 500, Washington, D.C., 20036, USA, Ph. 202-296-7888. The Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission was created in 1974 to serve as a tourism promotion marketing coordinator for all of Lafayette Parish. Our staff of tourism professionals can help you plan your next meeting, group tour or vacation.
1400 NW Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, Louisiana 70501
Tangipahoa Parish, located near the center of the Florida Parishes of Louisiana, is a physical composite of most of the habitats typical of the lower areas east of the Mississippi River. Prior to 1801, the region was sparsely populated as much of the area was densely forested with pine, oak, gun ash, birch, holly, magnolia, poplar and cypress. The name Tangipahoa, means "ear of corn" or "those who gather corn" which referred to the sub-tribe of the Acolapissa Native Americans.
13143 Wardline Road
Hammond, Louisiana 70401
Visit Orange, Texas - Small town charm, world class culture. We are home to a variety of world-class cultural experiences. From award-winning theater shows to community festivals, historical homes to premier museums, Orange has a lot to offer! The Shangri-La Botanical Gardens and Stark Museum of Art, The Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts, Piney Woods Winery, Professional Outboard Racing Tours, and Farmers Mercantile all bring a unique flavor to the incredible culture of this area. Visit!
803 West Green Avenue
Orange, Texas 77630