Monroe-Ruston Area

This region is a true Sportsman’s Paradise. In parks and woods around Farmerville and Bastrop, follow a birding trail, cast a line in a crooked creek, hike the forested hills and lowlands, launch a canoe on a sprawling lake or bike along a winding path. Step back in history at a military museum or catch a glimpse of the state’s agricultural past at the Louisiana State Cotton Museum in Lake Providence. In Monroe and West Monroe, enjoy the dining, shopping and antiques browsing, as well as the symphony, ballet and Broadway-style shows. In Ruston and Grambling, enjoy the university-town atmosphere, including exciting college sports, along with art galleries, studios and museums.

Monroe-Ruston Area Tourism Resources

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    City: Tallulah
    114 N. Cedar St. Tallulah, LA 71282
    A rural tourism promotion association.
    City: Monroe
    815 Park Ave. Monroe, LA 71201
    Relaxing candlelit dining and Tuscan ambiance. Superior pasta dishes, steaks, seafood and veal. Since 1967. Excellent wine selections.
    City: Pioneer
    6859 Hwy. 577 Pioneer, LA 71266
    Main trading & ceremonial center of 3,000 yr-old prehistoric Indian culture. Video, museum, earthworks, guided tours in season, hiking, picnicking.  Tram tours are given daily at 9:30 a.m....
    City: Bastrop
    918 N. Washington Bastrop, LA 71220
    Come in and browse 70,000 sq. feet of sporting goods. The South's best selection of everything you need for hunting and the outdoors. A true destination in this area. Come in and see our large...
    City: Columbia
    103 Main St. Columbia, LA 71418
    Contact by mail or phoneRenovated 1890s Victorian on banks of beautiful Ouachita River in Hist. Dist.. 2bd/pvt baths, 1 suite/Jacuzzi. Cont'l brkfst, cable TV, boat ramp & dock.
    City: Eunice
    Calcasieu Point, Lake Charles Eunice, LA 70535
    Guide service on Calcasieu Lake and Sabine Lake (trout, red fish, flounder). U.S. Coast Guard licensed and insured. 
    City: Ruston
    2825 S. Service Road West Ruston, LA 71270
    Marsh Market is a locally owned seafood market that is bringing Louisiana gulf coast seafood to North Louisiana. Come enjoy some of the freshest shrimp, crawfish, and oysters in Ruston!
    City: Chatham
    1209 State Park Rd. Chatham, LA 71226
    Woodlands surrounding 5,000-acre reservoir offer cabins, lodges, group camp, camping, picnicking, fishing w/ 2 boat launches & pier, beach & swimming.
    City: Ruston
    205 North Trenton Street Ruston, LA 71270
    A Little Bit Gypsy is a true women's store. For women of all shapes and sizes who want to look fashionable at any age without looking like their teenage daughter or their mamaw! Major brands carr...
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This region is a true Sportsman’s Paradise. In parks and woods around Farmerville and Bastrop, follow a birding trail, cast a line in a crooked creek, hike the forested hills and lowlands, launch a canoe on a sprawling lake or bike along a winding path. Step back in history at a military museum or catch a glimpse of the state’s agricultural past at the Louisiana State Cotton Museum in Lake Providence. In Monroe and West Monroe, enjoy the dining, shopping and antiques browsing, as well as the symphony, ballet and Broadway-style shows. In Ruston and Grambling, enjoy the university-town atmosphere, including exciting college sports, along with art galleries, studios and museums.

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