Louisiana is best known for Blues and Bourbon Street. However, Louisiana is so well known for Mardi Gras that even mark Twain penned that a traveler ” … has not seen the United States until he has seen Mardi Gras in New Orleans.”
For the nature lovers, Louisiana boasts many State parks including Fontainebleau State Park and the famous Poverty Point Resevoir State Park. With boating and fishing opportunities, hiking and biking trails, there’s plenty to do without ever having to leave a park.
Those who want to enjoy the tastier side of Lousiana can fill their needs with the Lousiana Culinary Trails Map. From crawfish etouffe’ to to fresh Gulf Coast seafood to world famous beignets, everyone will find something they love.
After a day of culinary delights, hiking, and listening to jazz, zydeco, Cajun and swamp pop, there’s no better way to relax than with a soak in one of our spas or baths.