Rising 535 feet over Bienville Parish, Mt. Driskill is the highest point in a state not known for soaring ranges. But north Louisiana's famed small-town charm and profuse outdoor recreation resources are well represented here, along with opportunities to explore the unique local heritage. The Bienville Depot Museum in Arcadia features history exhibits and is home to a live bluegrass jam session open to all on the second Saturday of each month. America's most notorious outlaw couple, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, met their demise in 1934 at the hands of lawmen near Gibsland, where the annual Bonnie & Clyde Festival draws crowds to see a reenactment each May and where the Bonnie & Clyde Ambush Museum is open year-round. The infamous couple also lent their name to Arcadia's Bonnie & Clyde Trade Days, a monthly fair and flea market with130 acres of vendors, stocked fishing ponds and a concert stage.