Not long ago, there was a scientific study that ranked Louisiana as the nation’s happiest state.
Many reasons likely led to this distinction, but we’re pretty sure our incredible Louisiana cuisine played a role.
Bite into a beignet and see if a smile doesn’t break out.
This lower Mississippi River water trail is a paddling guide that was put together by River Gator, a website started to give experienced paddlers information about paddling from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico. This trail starts near Vidalia and takes paddlers by the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area and the Red River National Wildlife Refuge.
This 12 day paddle trip down the lower Mississippi River is organized and led by Rivergator. The trip will take experienced paddlers from Baton Rouge to New Orleans to the Gulf of Mexico on the busiest and most dangerous stretch of the Mississippi River. The itinerary is subject to change depending on river level and prevailing wind and weather patterns.
Tour du Teche is hosting its sixth annual Tour du Teche, a 135-mile staged race from Port Barre to Berwick Oct. 2 - 4.
Race 1 is the Tour du Teche 135 Oct. 2 - 4 from Port Barre to Berwick.
Race 2 is the 30-mile Crawfish, Friday, Oct. 2, from Port Barre to Poche's in Breaux Bridge.
Race 3 is the 49-mile Acadian, Friday, Oct. 2, from Port Barre to St. Martinville.
Race 4 is the 24-mile Hot Sauce, Saturday, Oct. 3, from St. Martinville to New Iberia.
Race 5 is the 59-mile Sugar, Saturday, Oct. 3, from St. Martinville to Franklin.