Louisiana’s Lake Charles and the Creole Nature Trail is a looping 180-mile byway that showcases the area’s scenery and wildlife. And there is no better way to see this beauty than by booking a Louisiana RV Vacation. Recovering well from the hurricane, this region of Louisiana is close to the Gulf of Mexico and Sam Houston Jones State Park, and provides opportunities for fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Sabine National Wildlife Refuge is also in close proximity. There is no shortage of activities and things to see in Louisiana. Plus, with Louisiana’s warmer weather, it just might be the perfect winter RV vacation.
Winter and Summer Activities:
Boating, Boat Excursions, Camping, Sightseeing, Hiking, Swimming, Picnicking, Biking, Fishing, Photography, Water Activities, Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Crabbing, Walking
Places to Stay in Louisiana’s Lake Charles Region
The status of visitor services along the Creole Nature Trail changes as clean up and rebuilding continues. Initial contact with the Lake Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visitlakecharles.org/; (800) 456-SWLA) can provide numerous resources for camping, state park information and other area attractions.
Article about a Louisiana RV Vacation: http://campinglife.com/output.cfm?id=1198405
Sabine National Wildlife Refuge Website: http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=43640
WIKI Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Charles,_Louisiana
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GPS Coordinates: 30.214722, -93.208611
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