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    City: DeRidder
    120 S. Washington Ave. DeRidder, LA 70634
    Displaying a collection of more than 3,000 dolls from around the world. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Open Tues. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    City: DeRidder
    200 W. First Street DeRidder, LA 70634
    Completed in 1915. Added to the National Historic Register in 1981. Celebrated in the song "The Hangman's Jail", the lockup was the location of a double execution in 1928. The jail and courthouse...
    City: Deridder
    505 E 1st St Deridder, LA 70634
    Stage Coach Inn offers comfortable rooms and convenient amenities to make your stay relaxing and easy. As a result, we are one of the best Deridder Louisiana hotels for families, business travelers...
    City: DeRidder
    120 South Washington Street DeRidder, LA 70634
    The Beauregard Museum is located in the old Kansas City Southern Depot in downtown DeRidder. It houses artifacts and photographs from Beauregard Parish's rich history, including the timber and...
    City: Deridder
    1715 N. Pine St. Deridder, LA 70634
    WiFi, cable, hairdryer, iron, complimentary breakfast
    City: DeRidder
    160 County Lane DeRidder, LA 70634
    Guide Service for Toledo Bend Lake. E-mail: [email protected]

Founded in the 1890s, DeRidder boasts a large collection of historic buildings. Key sites include the stately Beauregard Parish Courthouse and the Beauregard Museum, which documents DeRidder’s history. But the town’s trademark is the renowned Gothic revival building known as the “Hanging Jail.” There, at the top of a spiral staircase, in view of the other prisoners’ jail cells, the condemned would meet their demise in spectacular fashion. But fear not, the people of DeRidder pride themselves on welcoming strangers. With the Fort Polk army base—and its thousands of soldiers in the neighborhood—DeRidder has gotten used to seeing unfamiliar faces. Beyond the town limits, a paddler’s paradise awaits, with lush waterways available for canoeing. From the Whiskey Chitto River east of the city to the Sabine River at the Texas border, the seat of a pirogue offers nature lovers a placid, leafy atmosphere punctuated with abundant Louisiana birdlife.

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