The natural riches in Morehouse support and attract a great variety of birdlife, making it one of the top duck-hunting spots in the United States. North of the parish seat of Bastrop, Chemin-A-Haut State Park gives sweeping views over lovely Bayou Bartholomew—reputedly the longest bayou in the world. Campsites and cabins are available in a child-friendly setting, and the Handy Brake National Wildlife Refuge is also located in the vicinity. Near Collinston, the Kalorama Nature Preserve was built as a summer home for a New Orleans coffee magnate, and its extensive grounds delight bird-watchers and nature lovers. The parish’s water features, such as Bussey Brake, serve as thriving fisheries. The parish also offers historical treasures such as the Beaux Arts-style Morehouse Parish Courthouse, the antique-and-artifact-filled Snyder Museum and the Rose Theatre in the city of Bastrop. The Rose offers a full calendar of quality musical and theatrical entertainment.