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Morgan City's unforgettably named Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival on Labor Day weekend is a dual celebration of its prime industries. But throughout the year visitors can easily see the impact of the oil and seafood businesses on this city in the middle of the Atchafalaya River's massive delta. Even in the heart of Morgan City's 19-block historic center, recognized as part of the state's Main Street Program, one can climb the flood barrier known locally as the Great Wall for a bird's eye view of the industrial vessels and shrimp boats plying the busy river before sampling a Cajun-style treatment of the fresh shellfish at a local restaurant. Tour a historic drilling rig and learn about Louisiana's ties to the industry at the International Petroleum Museum or get a close encounter with the area's natural heritage at the Swamp Gardens & Wildlife Zoo, which features alligators and black bears.

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    7408 Hwy. 182 E. Morgan City, LA 70380
    Lounge, pool, restaurant, wireless internet, free health club access.
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    7310 Hwy. 182 E Morgan City, LA 70380
    Serving Cajun cuisine, seafood and more!
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    2300 Hwy. 70 Morgan City, LA 70380
    200 plus sites with full hookups, 2 bedroom/2bath lakehouse rental-sleeps 8,sand beach, picnic area, covered pavilion, boat launch, bathhouse, laundry room and marina. 20 tent sites. One mile...
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    7405 Hwy. 182 E Morgan City, LA 70380
    Wireless internet, pool, restaurant, washateria, micro-refrigerators in rooms, expanded cable (70+ channels)
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    1035 Hwy 70 Morgan City, LA 70380
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    Front Street Morgan City, LA 70380
    A live music series from 6:30 to 9:30 pm on Front Street between Everett & Freret Streets in historic downtown Morgan City held for nine weeks each Spring every Friday evening beginning after Easter. 
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    7100 Hwy 182 Morgan City, LA 70380
    Centrally located in Morgan City's business area. 40 RV sites including cable TV, electricity, water, sewerage and lawn care service. On-site managers, 30 & 50 amp available.
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    2018 Allison St. Morgan City, LA 70380
    Free hot and cold breakfast, wireless high speed Internet. Microwave, fridge, flat screen TV with full cable plus HBO. Two whirlpool suites, swimming pool and access to fitness center. 
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    520 Roderick St. Morgan City, LA 70380
    Holiday Inn Morgan City is located in the "Heart of Cajun Country".  Along with 221 guest rooms, Morgan's restaurant is a local favorite featuring Cajun Cuisine at its finest.  If Golf is your Game...
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Morgan City's unforgettably named Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival on Labor Day weekend is a dual celebration of its prime industries. But throughout the year visitors can easily see the impact of the oil and seafood businesses on this city in the middle of the Atchafalaya River's massive delta. Even in the heart of Morgan City's 19-block historic center, recognized as part of the state's Main Street Program, one can climb the flood barrier known locally as the Great Wall for a bird's eye view of the industrial vessels and shrimp boats plying the busy river before sampling a Cajun-style treatment of the fresh shellfish at a local restaurant. Tour a historic drilling rig and learn about Louisiana's ties to the industry at the International Petroleum Museum or get a close encounter with the area's natural heritage at the Swamp Gardens & Wildlife Zoo, which features alligators and black bears.

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