Krotz Springs

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Krotz Springs is located in the St. Landry Parish in southwest Louisiana right on the banks of the Atchafalaya River. It's known for its artesian spring water that was discovered when settler C W Krotz bought 20,000 acres of woodland in the Atchafalaya Basin. Krotz thought he was drilling for oil, but instead, he discovered this bubbling fresh water source.

This area of Louisiana is in the Pairie Home Cooking region on the Louisiana culinary trail and is known for the French, Creole and Cajun culinary traditions including dishes like gumbos, bisques and fricasseés. Food is a “religion” in this part of the world – from the field to the table that is celebrated with every meal. 

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    City: Krotz Springs
    24467 Highway 190 Krotz Springs, LA 70750
    Short-order menu with burgers, salads and po-boys is available. Step in next door, where locals frequent, to order boudin balls and cracklins.
    City: Krotz Springs
    24386 Highway 190 Krotz Springs, LA 70750
    Cricket's has the goods that will not only lure fish, but shoppers too. Open since 2004, Cricket has a talent for acquiring eclectic and even folk-artsy items of all sorts. It's definitely worth...
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Krotz Springs is located in the St. Landry Parish in southwest Louisiana right on the banks of the Atchafalaya River. It's known for its artesian spring water that was discovered when settler C W Krotz bought 20,000 acres of woodland in the Atchafalaya Basin. Krotz thought he was drilling for oil, but instead, he discovered this bubbling fresh water source.

This area of Louisiana is in the Pairie Home Cooking region on the Louisiana culinary trail and is known for the French, Creole and Cajun culinary traditions including dishes like gumbos, bisques and fricasseés. Food is a “religion” in this part of the world – from the field to the table that is celebrated with every meal. 

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St. Landry Parish Tourist Commission
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