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Central Louisiana long ago became a meeting place for the many cultures of Louisiana. Among these lush prairies and gently rolling hills, Native Americans have thrived for centuries.

The French and the Spanish each ruled this region, Englishmen sought their fortunes here, and American settlers flooded in after the Louisiana Purchase. Czech, Lebanese, Afro-Caribbean, Italian and Syrian cultures have all contributed to the melting pot-the rich gumbo-of the Crossroads region.

Whether you glide above cotton fields in a hot-air balloon or just sit on a plantation veranda and watch for ghosts, make some time to enjoy the natural beauty, rich history, small-town friendliness and cultural diversity of a Crossroads adventure.

*Image: Louisiana Purchase -
Heart of Spain Exhibit

Louisiana Office of Tourism/Alexandria Museum of Art

Alexandria, La
You can see Louisiana from here! Alexandria/Pineville's central location & its diverse culture allow you to experience the best of LA.

Bunkie, La
1920's Texas & Pacific Railroad Depot. LA Corn Festival every 2nd full weekend in June.

Deridder, La
Make your visit something special. Antiques, Dolls, WWII History, Fishing, Birding, Camping, Rodeos Museums & Historical Sites.

Leesville, La
Visit the Vernon Parish Courthouse in the center of Leesville's historic district.

Many, La
Toledo Bend Country offers an exciting time for the entire family w/ fishing, hunting, golf, gardens, historic sites, antiques, crafts, festivals & more.

Sabine River Authority
Offers 4 full-service and 3 primitive parks located off Hwy 191 along the shoreline of the 186,000 acre man-made Toledo Bend Reservoir.

Marksville, La
Offering historic, swamp & home trs, Indian museums, French/Acadian culture, fests/parades, casino, agricultural attractions, hunting & fishing.

Merryville, La
Tour buses welcome to Beauregard's new visitors center, log cabin, museum, cajun food, living history, Victorian christmas.

Natchitoches, La
Oldest settlement in the La. Purchase(1714). 40 B&Bs, Creole plantations, filming site of "Steel Magnolias", southern hospitality.

Vidalia, La
Vidalia-across the Miss. River from Natchez; Vidalia Riverfront, Comfort Suites, Lorraine's on the Riverfront now open! Home of the Jim Bowie Fest., 4th wknd in Sept