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Attractions in Lake Charles

 

Would you like to experience the great outdoors? Try Louisiana’s Outback on the Creole Nature Trail, All-American Road.  You may like to play a relaxing round of golf at one of our many area courses, and while you’re hitting the links, why not take a bite out of one on the Southwest Louisiana Boudin Trail

Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana boasts a booming arts community that can be witnessed through touring one of the many quality galleries, with constantly updated exhibits and interesting art events.

Step back in time and experience the history of Southwest Louisiana at museums  like the DeQuincy Railroad Museum, the USS Orleck Naval Museum, the Mardi Gras Museum or the Imperial Calcasieu Museum. Take a tour through historic districts to see classic examples of early 1900s architecture.

After all of your running around, find a pampered experience at a spa.

Come during the right time of year and you might be able to attend one of Southwest Louisiana’s over 75 annual festivals, from individual cities’ Mardi Gras to Contraband Days: Louisiana Pirate Festival to Christmas celebrations, there is plenty to keep you busy.

We invite you to take a look at some of the many Southwest Louisiana entertainment options.

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Delbert McClinton is an American blues, rock, and electric blues singer-songwriter, guitarist, harmonica player, and pianist. Active as a sideman since 1962 and as a band leader since Read More →
Are you ready, Lake Charles? The Arts Council of SWLA, the City of Lake Charles, and Deep South Production will present the fifth season of Live @ the Lakefront , a free Read More →
The final concert of the season returns to the Rosa Hart Theatre on Saturday, April 1, 7:30 PM . A surprise special guest conductor will lead the orchestra in Trevor Jones’ Read More →
Michael McDonald has been thrilling listeners with his distinctively soulful style for four decades. From '70s-era Doobie Brothers classics such as "What A Fool Believes" and solo hits Read More →
Louisiana Railroad Days Festival is an alcohol-free, family friendly, three day festival. There is no admission fee or parking fee (there is a fee for carnival rides). The Louisiana Railroad Read More →
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