Have A Tropical Vacation In Louisiana At Sun Outdoors New Orleans North Shore
Feel like you’re in need of a tropical vacation? You’re not alone! We all daydream of escaping to the Bahamas, but unfortunately, that’s not always practical cost-wise or time-wise. Don’t fret, though – you don’t have to leave the Bayou State to feel like you’re in the tropics! This one attraction we’re featuring today from Tangipahoa Parish is so amazing that you’ll never want to leave. From mini-golf to tiki bars, Sun Outdoors New Orleans North Shore is quite the place for RV camping in Louisiana. Let’s take a closer look at this amazing RV campground in Louisiana:
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While the cottages are certainly a wonderful stay, we think that RV camping in Louisiana is the best way to enjoy this place. If you don’t have a camper of your own, consider renting one from RV Share!
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What are the most well-known parks in Louisiana?
Louisiana has countless parks peppered around the state, each one more beautiful than the next. While New Orleans’ City Park or Audubon Park may be two of the most well-known parks in Louisiana, there are plenty of state parks that are worthy of a visit including Chicot State Park in Ville Platte, Fontainebleau State Park in Mandeville, or Grand Isle State Park in Grand Isle, which is known for its world-class fishing opportunities and wildlife viewing. Louisiana truly is full of jaw-dropping beauty.
What are the most popular foods in Louisiana?
How much time do you have? When it comes to food, Louisiana is king. People travel from all over the world to get a taste of our unique Cajun and Creole cuisine, some of the best food in the nation. Seafood is the star of the show when it comes to popular foods in Louisiana, with dishes like gumbo and jambalaya finding its way to just about every menu in the Bayou State, but no trip to Louisiana is complete without feasting on an overstuffed po’boy, a freshly powdered beignet, and when in season, a huge platter of crawfish. If you're feeling ambitious, here are 14 iconic, must-try foods in Louisiana.
What are the most picturesque hiking trails in Louisiana?
Louisiana is just chock-full of scenic hiking trails that are perfect for the outdoor adventurer. For beautiful marsh views, visit Barataria Preserve in Marrero where you can journey through the preserve’s 23,000 acres of swamps, marshes, and forests. For a more challenging and primitive hike, head up to the Kisatchie National Forest, where you can explore one of the hundreds of primitive trails peppered throughout the 600,000 acre forest. And for one of the most unique hikes in Louisiana, visit Mount Driscoll. The mile-long trail to the summit will have you standing a staggering 525 feet above sea level, Louisiana’s highest natural summit.