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8 Ways to Get Around Lake Charles

7/27/2017 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Outdoors
While you’re visiting Southwest Louisiana, you’ll want to experience as many sights and sounds as possible. To maximize your enjoyment, take advantage of the many different ways to travel throughout the region. Each mode of transportation offers a uniquely different perspective. 1. Personal Vehicle – The most common way to experience Southwest
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Tour Offerings in Southwest Louisiana

6/21/2016 by Colten Miller
Posted In:  History, Outdoors, Culinary
Whether you’re visiting Southwest Louisiana for the first time or if you’re a local resident, there is always a new adventure to be had! The Lake area’s history and culture, the great outdoors, and the unique culinary offerings provide an array of things to see, do and taste. Here are a few of the dynamic tour offerings and experiences available in
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Louisiana Rice: Farm to Table

12/10/2015 by Megan Hartman
Posted In:  Outdoors, Culinary
Last summer, I took the guys in my family on an outdoor adventure. I took them to Grosse Savanne Eco-tours to experience the baby birds nesting in the rookeries, which is one of the most precious things in nature to me. When we pulled up to the field office in Bell City, Louisiana to meet our guide, he asked if we would like to start the tour in
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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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Spring Bird Migration in Lake Charles

2/27/2014 by John K. Flores
Posted In:  Outdoors
Roseate Spoonbills are abundant in Southwest Louisiana. This picture was taken during a Grosse Savanne Eco-tour . Photo by John K. Flores By the end of February, halfway into the six weeks of remaining winter the groundhog forecasts for northerners, the winds begin to shift from north to southerly along coastal Louisiana. And
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