Louisiana October 24, 2017
7 Things To Do In Louisiana When You Thought You’ve Done Everything
Think you’ve done all their is to do in Louisiana? Think again! Louisiana is full of exciting adventures, you just need to know where to look. Take a look at the list we’ve compiled of some of the lesser known attractions in the Pelican State, and be sure to click the links to our previous articles for more information.
1. Take the kids to T.R.E.E House.
This is a hands-on educational children’s museum that the kids will love. Their approach to learning makes it fun for the kids and they won’t want to leave! It's located at 1403 3rd St, Alexandria, Louisiana 71301
Read about T.R.E.E. House in our previous article
2. Explore the forest.
The Kisatchie National Forest has more than 600,000 acres to explore, and hundreds of trails spanning seven parishes. Grab your tent and make a weekend out of it, making s’mores by the fire and sleeping under the stars. Check out our previous article
to learn more about some of our favorite trails in the Kisatchie Forest.
3. Take an epic fall foliage road trip.
Louisiana may not have the brilliant colors that New England is known for, but we do still have some beautiful fall foliage in the northern part of the state. Early November is the best time to take the drive, and you can learn more about it in our previous article
4. Get off the grid for a weekend.
Unplug for a bit and venture somewhere that’ll take you away from it all. We have so many places that fit the bill, it’s hard to choose a favorite. Check out our previous article
to find a remote location close to you.
5. Tea Time
Get all dressed up and enjoy scones, crumpets and tea with your friends for a unique afternoon. There are several places around Louisiana you can make reservations at. Find the closest one to you in our previous article
6. Experience the spookier things.
Louisiana has a number of ghost stores and alleged hauntings. You can see for yourself in a ghost tour, or if you’re really brave, some of the locations allow you to spend the night… if you dare.
Learn more about it in our previous article
7. Explore a paddle trail.
The Bayou Vermilion Trail is close to 10 miles long and will lead you through some of the most beautiful areas of the Vermilion River. Kayaking or canoeing through this area is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon, and there’s an even an app you can download so you can track yourself on the map. Learn more about the paddle trail
How many have you done? Let us know in the comments below!