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    City: Eunice
    3789 Highway 190 East Eunice, LA 70535
    22 rooms and 2 suites. Cable TV, fridge and microwave (every room). Washer/dryer availability, and complimentary WiFi. Gazebo with BBQ pit for guests to enjoy. Five minutes from downtown.
    City: Eunice
    1145 East Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    24 newly remodeled rooms, cable TV/HBO, microwave, fridge, and free local calls.
    City: Eunice
    29017 Crowley Eunice Hwy. Eunice, LA 70535
    As a fourth-generation rice-farming family, the Hundleys have been farming rice, soybeans, and crawfish in their hometown of Mowata for more than 30 years. Michael and Katherine Hundley, along with...
    City: Eunice
    150 Seale Ln. Eunice, LA 70535
    Experience the charm of a 1920s farmhouse with all the conveniences of the 21st Century. The home is a delight to behold, set in a beautiful Cypress Grove and with a sweeping wrap-around porch to...
    City: Eunice
    1251 East Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    37 rooms and 2 suites with inside access. Cable TV/HBO, WiFi, fridge and microwave in each room. Free continental breakfast daily. Washer/dryer services are available. Enjoy the new gazebo with BBQ...
    City: Eunice
    5552 Highway 190 East Eunice, LA 70535
    Shaded campground along Bayou Doza, open year round on 40 acres with 135 full hookups, seven cabins, five pavilions and complimentary WiFi. Swimming, fishing, game room, hiking, mini golf and...
    City: Eunice
    1400 W Laurel Ave Eunice, LA 70535
    It's all Her is a Bath and Beauty store. They carry lots of bath bombs, body wash, bubble bath and lotion sets. They also have candles, hair color and lingerie. Their brands are Greenwich Bay, Vita...
    City: Eunice
    121 Seale Lane Eunice, LA 70535
    Acquired by Eunice native, Felicia Hebert Wiggins and her husband, Dave Wiggins, the Le Village property will be an important destination on your Cajun journey. Formerly known as the Seale...
    City: Eunice
    220 South C.C. Duson Eunice, LA 70535
    The museum is housed in the old train depot (restored in 1984) from which C.C. Duson sold the first land sites in 1894 for the town named after his wife, Eunice. The building is now listed on the...

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When most people think of Cajuns, they think of pirogues on the bayou. But Eunice – named for the town founder’s beloved wife – is the “prairie” Cajun capital of Louisiana. The week here starts on Saturday mornings, with hot boudin sausage, coffee and the open Cajun jam session at Savoy’s Music Center. This 40-year-old tradition, where old hands play alongside up-and-comers, was started by a local accordion-maker and is still going strong. On Saturday evenings, the historic Liberty Theater broadcasts a live Cajun radio show. It makes sense that Eunice would also house the Cajun Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Here, greats like “Doc” Guidry and “Happy Fats” LeBlanc are commemorated, and the story of Cajun music is told. For the rest of the story, visit the Prairie Cajun Cultural Center, which is one of the few places you’ll find National Park Service rangers alongside Cajun chefs dishing up jambalaya.
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