Bayou Black offers a very scenic ride for half the route. You will enjoy a stop at Wildlife Gardens, where you can get a close-up view of a cypress swamp filled with native wildlife, flora and fauna. At the 20-mile point, you will reach Gibson and Jean’s Cajun Country Store. This is a good place to stop for refreshments.
Bull Run is a nice country road with very little traffic. Near Houma, you might want to stop by the lovely Southdown Plantation House, a 19th-century, one-story Greek Revival sugar manor built in 1859 by planter William J. Minor. The building now houses the Terrebonne Museum of history and culture. Guided tours are available throughout the day, except Sunday and Monday.