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Experience the Hauntingly Beautiful Land of the Cajun Coast

Experience Outdoor Beauty on the Cajun Coast Experience the Cajun Coast, an area National Geographic Traveler called “hauntingly beautiful land.” The Atchafalaya Basin is the nation’s largest river swamp, containing almost one million acres of the nation’s most significant bottomland hardwoods, swamps and bayous. Not only are there tours of this amazing swampland, but nature-watching
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Fall for Iberia Parish

From Shrimp to Sugar, gumbo to getaways, get ready to fall for Iberia Parish! Kick off your vacation with a stay at one of two Good Sam certified RV parks in the area, Isle of Iberia RV Resort or KOC Kampground. The Isle is the newest campground in Iberia Parish and includes a swim-up bar,
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Explore the Cajun Coast’s Water Heritage

The Atchafalaya Basin is the nation’s largest river swamp, containing almost one million acres of the nation’s most significant bottomland hardwoods, swamps and bayous. The Cajun Coast has many options to explore this vast wilderness, including nine sites recently named to The Atchafalaya Water Heritage Trail. These sites include some only available by boat, rich
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Unique Festivals on Louisiana’s Cajun Coast

Unusual Spring Louisiana Festivals – You’ve got to admit, an area that celebrates shrimp & petroleum in the same festival in the fall, has some work to do to top the distinctive festival list, but Louisiana’s Cajun Coast has some interesting festivals in the spring as well that you’ll want celebrate a little differently. See our
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