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With less than 1,000 residents, Columbia is truly a small town. But since the 1950s, it has gotten a lot bigger each fall when it becomes home to the Louisiana Art and Folk Festival. Held in downtown Columbia, the festival showcases one of Louisiana’s Main Street communities. Visitors discover a beautifully preserved and aggressively maintained old town. A focal point is the Schepis Museum. With its trademark statues of Christopher Columbus and George Washington, the circa 1916 Schepis building highlights the town’s heritage as a settlement for entrepreneurial Italian immigrants. Situated on the Ouachita River in Louisiana’s cotton country, Columbia developed as a bustling riverboat town. Today, there are spectacular views from the Riverwalk. Nearby, the Boeuf Wildlife Management Area offers a wide array of game for hunters to pursue, including deer, rabbit, quail and turkey. Those who prefer wild hog, will find ample hunting opportunities in the area’s vicinity.

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    City: Columbia
    Columbia Main Street Columbia, LA 71418
    Attractions in the Columbia and Caldwell Parish area The Schepis Museum, Martin Homeplace, First United Methodist Church,"Cemetery on the Hill", Blanks-Adams House, Copenhagen Hills, Dr. Harry...
    City: Columbia
    540 Woolen Lake Rd. Columbia, LA 71418
    Woolen Lake Campground is ready to serve you. There are RV sites available with full hookups. There is a fishing pier and boat launch on site ready to use. We are conveniently located 35 miles from...
    City: Columbia
    203 Martin Place Rd Columbia, LA 71418
    Historical museum on National Register farm house c. 1878. Just off US Hwy 165, 1 mi. N of Columbia. Admission. Groups welcome any day by reservation.
    City: Columbia
    104 Main St. Columbia, LA 71418
    The history of Caldwell Parish is rich with logging industrial background and Native American heritage, as noted by the many earthworks, or Indian mounds, that lay in the...
    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: Columbia
    P.O. Box 304 Columbia, LA 71418
    Visit Martin Homeplace Museum, Historic Columbia, Schepis Museum, book a tour at Synope Plantation, Cemetry Tours, Riverboat Festival, LA Art and Folklife Festival, Sawmill Heritage Days and...
    City: Columbia
    106 Main St. Columbia, LA 71418
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Schepis Building has been renovated as a museum in tribute to the area and its history.

With less than 1,000 residents, Columbia is truly a small town. But since the 1950s, it has gotten a lot bigger each fall when it becomes home to the Louisiana Art and Folk Festival. Held in downtown Columbia, the festival showcases one of Louisiana’s Main Street communities. Visitors discover a beautifully preserved and aggressively maintained old town. A focal point is the Schepis Museum. With its trademark statues of Christopher Columbus and George Washington, the circa 1916 Schepis building highlights the town’s heritage as a settlement for entrepreneurial Italian immigrants. Situated on the Ouachita River in Louisiana’s cotton country, Columbia developed as a bustling riverboat town. Today, there are spectacular views from the Riverwalk. Nearby, the Boeuf Wildlife Management Area offers a wide array of game for hunters to pursue, including deer, rabbit, quail and turkey. Those who prefer wild hog, will find ample hunting opportunities in the area’s vicinity.

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