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Cajun Christmas in Southern Louisiana: Traditions and Events Cajun Christmas in Southern Louisiana: Traditions and Events
Cajun Country in Louisiana celebrates the holidays just like the rest of the nation however they like to throw in some Cajun holiday traditions that make for a merry ol’ time!
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History and holidays mix well throughout Louisiana, where you are invited to tour many beautiful, stately homes that date back a century or more.
Creole Nature Trail Creole Nature Trail
Designated an All-American Road in 2002, this 180-mile trail was one of the first National Scenic Byways in the Gulf South.
Festival Season Kicks Into High Gear in the Fall Festival Season Kicks Into High Gear in the Fall
There's no shortage of fall weekend fun in Louisiana, where autumn's arrival brings a variety of food, music and culture festivals.
Fishing, Birding in Southwest Louisiana Fishing, Birding in Southwest Louisiana
The area is a prime spot for catching bass and redfish, and sighting brown pelicans, egrets and migratory birds.
Splash Into Summer at a Water Park or Playground Splash Into Summer at a Water Park or Playground
When temperatures rise, Louisiana offers family-friendly opportunities to cool off at a variety of water parks, playgrounds, resorts and more.
Explore the Hidden Treasures of Louisiana’s Beaches Explore the Hidden Treasures of Louisiana’s Beaches
Come see what the beaches of Louisiana's Cajun Coast have to offer.
Trip Itinerary - 24 Hours in the Lake Charles Area Trip Itinerary - 24 Hours in the Lake Charles Area
Get to know the city, the cultures and the sites of the Lake Charles area.
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To the west of Lake Charles, Sulphur is a strong family-oriented community with a host of events occurring each year. If you happen to be driving through Sulphur near the beginning of December, you might see snowflakes during the Christmas Under the Oaks Festival located at the Brimstone Museum Complex including a holiday house, live music, Louisiana’s only balloon parade and carnival rides. The area is also home to one of the oldest fairs in the state, the Cal-Cam Fair, which celebrates the cultures of Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes each October. Sulphur is brimming with youth sports each summer, and you can literally hear cheering fans in the air while splashing in the outdoor water park. The city is known as the gateway to the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road with the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge just down the road a ways from the Henning Cultural Center, featuring rotating exhibits.

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