(Don't worry - they'll get over it while watching the gorgeous sunsets and interesting boats pass by!)
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Maybe you feel like hanging out on the porch while your laundry cycle finishes... You are likely to enjoy people-watching, boats passing, and friendly conversations while you pass the time.
For a great time, BYO charcoal, chairs, and firewood to watch the sunset & have dinner on the river. BE SURE to douse the fire/grill and carry back with you what you brought down to the fire pit (camp chairs, tables, food/drink, trash, grill tools) at the end of the evening.
Enjoy use of the park gazebo. It's such a great vantage point to watch nearby activities and feel a breeze in the shade. Be sure to WEAR SHOES in case a stray fishing hook is hiding nearby from a prior park guest. (Gazebo is not a fish cleaning station.)
NOTE: No lifeguard on duty. Fish at your own risk. No swimming in the river. Please diligently supervise your precious children. Do not interact with wildlife (other than the fish you catch). Keep your distance from any alligators you may see in the river.
SHARKS IN THE RIVER?!?!?! Surprisingly, YES, there are sharks in the river, bayous, and swamp.
But there's also a LOT of other weird, wild, crazy, spooky stuff going on in South Louisiana.
Here's a sampling:
You may hear different folks call it different things: A Sportsman's Paradise, The Atchafalaya River Basin, The Cajun Coast, The Atchafalaya River, The Long River, Cajun Territory, The Atchafalaya Basin, The Atchafalaya Swamp, and The Atchafalaya National Heritage Area.
We call it HOME...
This part of the state is known as the Cajun Coast!
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