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Louisiana Wild: #VisitLakeCharles Photo of the Year

6/14/2017 by Elizabeth Eustis
Posted In:  Arts
Hopefully, you all are following our Photo of the Month blog. Or even better, using our #VisitLakeCharles hashtag in hopes of winning! If you’re not familiar, once a month – I review all of our submissions and select a photo of the month. I love doing it – and feel it’s important to recognize the talented photographers (amateur and professional)
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Top 10 Questions About the Creole Nature Trail

4/15/2016 by Megan Hartman
Posted In:  Outdoors
Our Adventure Guides put together a list of the most frequently asked questions visitors ask about the free Creole Nature Trail All-American Road. Where does the Creole Nature Trail start? The trail loops through Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes along the coast. A great place to start your journey is at the Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point , 2740
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Weather in Southwest Louisiana

1/26/2016 by Colten Miller
Posted In:  Outdoors
In Southwest Louisiana, you never know what to expect when it comes to weather! You could be wearing sweaters and gloves in the morning and then be in your t-shirt and shorts just a few hours later. On average, the temperature in Lake Charles in the winter months ranges from the mid-40s to mid-60s and mid-70s to high 80s in the summer months. Rain
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My Springtime Adventure in Southwest Louisiana

4/14/2015 by Nate Skinner
Posted In:  Gaming, Outdoors
A hint of salt rode on the gentle breeze as the wings of terns, cormorants, herrings, and egrets whistled in the southern wind. The air temperature was perfect, a cool, yet comfortable seventy-two degrees as the sun met the horizon, setting on a dream day in the life of an outdoor writer. From the balcony of our room at the Golden Nugget in Lake
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Fur & Wildlife Festival

12/23/2014 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Photo by www.parkerbrandcreative.com By Angie Kay Dilmore Calling all sportsmen (and women and children, too)! On January 9-10, 2015, the coastal town of Cameron will host its annual Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival . This popular event has been entertaining festival-goers since 1955 and highlights duck and goose calling, retrieval
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