If you are looking for something to tickle your taste buds, there are many Cajun restaurants in Southwest Louisiana. Some have Cajun bands to get you dancing and working off extra calories from the delicious food! Cajun food features spicy dishes such as jambalaya, crawfish etouffée, and boudin, and while the dishes might be difficult to pronounce, they are easy to swallow.
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If you crave the calm and splendor of the great outdoors, then you will surely enjoy the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road. In Louisiana's Outback, one of America's "Last Great Wildernesses," you have the opportunity to experience world-famous wildlife habitats and estuaries. The Creole Nature Trail is a journey through a wild and rugged terrain unique to Louisiana, America and the world. Pack a picnic lunch, load up the car, and don't forget your binoculars.
If you want to take your outdoor excursion to the next level, come during our fall hunting season to bag some mallards or deer. Year round fishing is also a pastime in Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana where the mild climate allows wildlife to thrive no matter when you visit. We have experienced fishing guides to show you the hottest spots to lure in your catch of the day.
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