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    City: Forest Hill
    1313 Upper Boy Scout Road Forest Hill, LA 71430
    Guided horseback trail rides in the Kisatchie National Forest. Hear the hoofbeats and birdsong as you ride the sandy trails under the forest canopy. We will guide you for a 1, 2, or 3 hour trail...
    City: Alexandria
    1200 Texas Ave Alexandria, LA 71301
    Since opening its doors in 1967, Spirits Food & Friends is the place where you can enjoy great food, great service, and great live music. The extensive menu features fresh gulf fish, steaks,...
    City: Alexandria
    2001 N. Bolton Ave. Alexandria, LA 71303
    Free hot breakfast served from 4:30-9:30 am, New rooms, WiFi, USA Today Newspaper, ESPN 1 & 2 and HBO.  Free Happy Hour Monday-Thursday 5:30-6:30 p.m.  All rooms feature 42" flat-screen tvs,...
    City: Alexandria
    1403 Third St. Alexandria, LA 71301
    Children & adults will love learning about science, math, arts & the world around them through hands-on exhibits and interactive programming. Explore at your own pace. Grounds offer a playground...
    City: Alexandria
    6015 Old Boyce Road Alexandria, LA 71303
    The all-new Comfort Suites of Alexandria is conveniently located directly outside the airport, minutes from area golf courses, convention facilities, and of course, in close proximity to some cajun...
    City: Alexandria
    933 Second St., (Main St.) Alexandria, LA 71301
    The mission of the AMoA is to foster a culturally rich community by engaging, enlightening and inspiring individuals through innovative art experiences. Programing includes: Healthy Living @AMoA,...
    City: Alexandria
    924 Third St Alexandria, LA 71301
    In 1931 it was a downtown jewelry store… now Alexandria’s Diamond Grill Restaurant, recipient of the 2006 Louisiana Preservation Honor Award, offers a wide range of superb menu items...
    City: Alexandria
    3801 Halsey St. Alexandria, LA 71301
    Breakfast avialable, swimming pool, HBO, new rooms, keyless entry, microfridge, phone & fax.
    City: Alexandria
    707 Second St. Alexandria, LA 71301
    Alexandria and Pineville sit on opposite banks of the Red River in the "Heart of Louisiana," and offer culture, history, art, recreation, food and fun.

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Located in “The Heart Of Louisiana”, Alexandria and the adjacent Pineville, just across the Red River, form a hub, combining elements of north and south Louisiana neighbors. Cajun bonhomie and an annual Mardi Gras celebration thrive among all the amenities of a modern Southern city. A robust sportsman's culture is nurtured by outdoor opportunities at Kisatchie National Forest, nearby bayous and manmade lakes. The Red River is the focal point of both cities, and the Alexandria Levee Park puts festival grounds and an amphitheater right on its banks. Boat tours highlight the river's role in shaping Louisiana history, while annual bass tournaments speak to its lure for fishermen. Lake Buhlow in Pineville features high-speed motorboat racing, and the Alexandria Riverfront Center hosts statewide conventions and galas. History endures in Pineville's stock of intact 19th century homes and 18th century cemeteries. In central Louisiana, residents and guests enjoy a treasured, peaceful lifestyle. Diversity is celebrated through food, fun, family, arts, and festivals.

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