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197 ft.
Junction of W Stateline Rd W 3rd and E 3rd St
US highway 167 crosses over the Arkansas/Louisiana state line and continues heading south. The village of Junction City, LA. Limited services.
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0.2
180 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 9
South to Corney Lake, LA. Camping, fishing, water activities. The community of Summerfield, LA. Limited services. The Rebel Stop is the only general store that offers gas in Summerfield. Louisiana state highway 2. The community of Claiborne Parish, named for the first Louisiana governor, William C. C. Claiborne. Homer Municipal Airport. US highway 79 and Louisiana state highway 146. The community of Homer, LA. It was strongly Confederate during the American Civil War. The Herbert S. Ford Memorial Museum, along with the Homer Chamber of Commerce, operates across the street from the Claiborne Parish Courthouse in the former Claiborne Hotel, built in 1890.
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2.2
135 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Beaver Creek, LA
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12.9
151 ft.
Junction of Louisiana state highway 15
The village of Lillie, LA. Lillie was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana, according to a 2007 report. East to the village of Spearsville, LA. Limited services. Louisiana state highway 3121. Louisiana state highway 558.
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22.3
226 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 2
West to the community of Summerfield, LA. The Rebel Stop is the only general store that offers gas in Summerfield. Louisiana state highway 9. Louisiana state highway 161. US Highway 79 and Louisiana state highway 534. The town of Haynesville, LA. Located just south of the Arkansas border, Haynesville is known as the "Gateway to North Louisiana" or the "Butterfly Capital of Louisiana." Note: Louisiana state highway 2 joins US highway 167 at this point and heads south.
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24.0
213 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 2
The town of Bernice, LA. Among the oldest homes in Bernice are the R.T. Moore/Gresham/Stenzel House, known as the "Sweet Onion", and McCuller Log Cabin, both circa 1865. Although Bernice has changed from its rough and tumble early days, it still has a sawmill and a chip mill operating. It also has a nursing home, a volunteer fire department, several churches, and numerous small businesses. East to Louisiana state highway 550. Lake D'Arbonne State Park, LA. Wildlife is abundant in the mixed pine-hardwood forest at Lake D'Arbonne and deer sightings occur regularly. Camping, fishing, boating. The park also has cabins and lodges. Boat rental is also available. It is also the only State Park in Louisiana with tennis courts. Bayou D'Arbonne Lake, LA.
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24.6
223 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 2
West to Louisiana state highway 152. Louisiana state highway 518. Homer Municipal Airport. Lake Claiborne State Park, LA. The park offers two-bedroom cabins and RV camping. Fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, and hiking is also available. Phone: 318-927-2976 or 888-677-2524. Email: [email protected] Louisiana state highway 9.
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34.0
226 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 545
East to Louisiana state highway 151 and 823. West to Louisiana state highway 152. Louisiana state highway 146. Louisiana state highway 151.
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38.0
161 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 151
The town of Dubach, LA. The town is known as the "Dogtrot Capital of the World" as many dogtrot homes are nearby. West to Louisiana state highway 152. Louisiana state highway 563. Louisiana state highway 544. Louisiana state highway 545. Interstate 20. Note: Louisiana state highway joins US highway 167 at this point.
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38.2
151 ft.
Louisiana State Highway 151
East to Louisiana state highway 545 and Louisiana state highway 823. Louisiana state highway 33. The town of Downsville, LA. Note: Louisiana state highway 151 leaves US highway 63 at this point.
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41.8
223 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 822
East to Louisiana state highway 33. Note: Louisiana state highway 822 joins US highway 167 at this point.
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43.4
246 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 822
West to Louisiana state highway 146. Note: Louisiana state highway 822 leaves US highway 167 at this point and heads west.
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46.0
118 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Cypress Creek, LA.
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49.5
220 ft.
Junction of Par Rd 4582
The town of Vienna, LA. Here, during the American Civil War, Confederate troops drilled at a new camp established in 1862. Later in the war, a parolee camp was established at Vienna.
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51.1
266 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 146 and 3072
The community of Lincoln Parish, LA. It is named for former U.S. president Abraham Lincoln. West to Louisiana state highway 563, 151 and 545. Lake Claiborne State Park, LA. It provides access to scenic Lake Claiborne, a 6,400-acre man-made water body formed by damming Bayou D'Arbonne. The park offeres deluxe cabins, campsites, boat and canoes rental, nature trails, hiking trails and bike trails. Phone: 318-927-2976 or 1-888-677-2524. Louisiana state highway 3062, 9, and 540. US highway 79. The community of Homer, LA, named after the Greek poet Homer. The Herbert S. Ford Memorial Museum, along with the Homer Chamber of Commerce, operates across the street from the Claiborne Parish Courthouse in the former Claiborne Hotel, built in 1890. East to Louisiana state highway 33. Note: Louisiana state highway 146 joins US highway 167 at this point.
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56.9
299 ft.
Junction of Interstate 20
South to the city of Ruston, LA. Ruston in known throughout the northern portions of the state as the home for the annual Squire Creek Peach Festival. The GI Bill of Rights, which sent war veterans to college, helped fuel the local economy, causing tremendous growth at the local universities and brought many new families to Ruston. 527th Engineer Battalion is headquartered in Ruston. This battalion is part of the 225th Engineer Brigade of the Louisiana National Guard. Louisiana Tech University, also known as Louisiana or LA Tech. It is a coeducational public research university. As a designated space grant college, Louisiana Tech conducts research with ongoing projects funded by agencies such as NASA, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Department of Defense. West to Louisiana state highway 149. Louisiana state highways 653, 3074 and 507. Louisiana state highways 151 and 519. The town of Arcadia, LA. In 1934, the corpses of the young fugitives Bonnie and Clyde were brought for embalming to the former Conger Funeral Home in Arcadia. The ambush occurred southwest of Arcadia on Louisiana State Highway 154 between Gibsland and Sailes. East to Louisiana state highway 33. Louisiana state highway 145. The village of Choudrant, LA. Louisiana state highway 151.
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57.9
308 ft.
Junction of US Highway 80
East to Louisiana state highway 33. Louisiana state highway 145. The village of Choudrant, LA. Former US Representative Jerry Huckaby has retired here. The community of Calhoun, LA. Limited services. Louisiana state highway 151.
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58.0
308 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 150
The city of Ruston, LA. It is home to Louisiana Tech University. The city's economy caters to its college population. It is also known as the home for the annual Squire Creek Peach Festival. West to Louisiana Tech University, also known as Louisiana or LA Tech. It is a coeducational public research university. As a designated space grant college, Louisiana Tech conducts research with ongoing projects funded by agencies such as NASA, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Department of Defense. The Samuel M. Thomas Assembly Center. It is home to the Division I NCAA Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs (men) and Lady Techsters (women) basketball teams. NBA greats such as Karl Malone, P.J. Brown, Randy White and Paul Millsap have all called the Thomas Assembly Center home during their collegiate careers. Louisiana state highway 818. Louisiana state highway 149. Camp Ruston, one of the largest prisoner of war camps in the United States during WWII.
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318 ft.
Junction of US Highway 80 and 146
East to Louisiana state highway 146. West to Louisiana Tech Universtiy South Campus. Louisiana state highway 818. Louisiana state highway 149 and 3005. Gramling State University. A historically black, public, coeducational university. It is also home of the legendary football coach Eddie Robinson and is on the Lousiana African Amnerican Heritage Trail. In 1999, U.S. President Bill Clinton performed with the band for a halftime show in Grambling, Louisiana. In 2009, the band was included in the inaugural parade for U.S. President Barack Obama. Eddie Robinson Stadium, a 25-600-seat multi-purpose stadium. Home to the Grambling State University Tigers football team and Grambling High School Kittens football team. It is the largest "on campus" stadium in division I-AA. Ruston Regional Airport. The airport also serves the Louisiana Tech University's Department of Professional Aviation. Note: Louisiana state highway 146 leaves US highway 167 at this point.
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325 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3061
East to Louisiana state highway 146. West to Louisiana state highway 818.
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210 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Shepherd Creek, LA.
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207 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 148 and 818
South to Louisiana state highway 146. Jackson-Bienville State Wildlife Management Area. Hunting and camping. Phone: 318-371-3050. North to Louisiana state highway 3061. US Highway 80.
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194 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 155
The village of Quitman, LA. It is adjacent to the Jackson Bienville Wildlife Area. It is also part of the Ruston Micropolitan Statistical Area. North to Louisiana state highway 147. Louisiana state highway 706. Louisiana state highway 508. East to Louisiana state highway 146. Note: Louisiana state highway 155 joins US highway 167 at this point.
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161 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Cypress Bayou, LA.
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243 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 155
East to Louisiana state highway 542. Louisiana state highway 146. Note: Louisiana state highway 155 leaves US highway 167 at this point.
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262 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 811
East to Louisiana state highway 542. Louisiana state highway 4.
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177 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 147
The village of North Hodge, LA and the village of East Hodge, LA. Limited services. Louisiana state highway 155. Jackson-Bienville State Wildlife Management Area, LA. Hunting and camping. Phone: 318-371-3050. South to the village of Hodge, LA.
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187 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 813
East to Louisiana state highway 542.
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174 ft.
Junction of S Bank St/Par Rd 402
Access road to Black Pond, LA.
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144 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Little Dugdemona River, LA.
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194 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 542
East to Louisiana state highway 813. Louisiana state highway 811. Louisiana state highway 155. South to Jonesboro-Hodge High School. The school mascot is the Tiger, named after LSU. Jonesboro-Hodge High School has a wide array of sports, including football, baseball, softball, basketball, track, golf, and dance (Tiger Paw Dance Line). The school's football team won state championships in 1930, 1945, 1987, 1988, 1989.
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200 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 4
The town of Joneboro, LA. Notable natives and residents include: James Houston "Jimmie" Davis, who is buried there, was a Louisiana governor and writer of the song "You Are My Sunshine"; Rodney Alexander, Republican U.S. Representative, born in Jonesboro, resides in nearby Quitman. East to Louisiana state highway 811. Louisiana state highways 505 and 810. Caney Lake. Jimmie Davis State Park, LA. Formerly known as Caney Creek Lake State Park, it was renamed Jimmie Davis State Park in 2003 in honor of the former Lousiana governor. Jimmie Davis was a renowed country-western singer and movie star in the 1940's and 1950's. The park is set on a mixed pine-hardwood forested peninsula of Caney Creek Lake and provides water access with two boat launches and a fishing pier. Deluxe cabins, lodges and campsites are also available. The park is the home of abundant wildlife, including white-tailed deer, raccoon, opossum, squirrels, rabbits, and waterfowl. West to Louisiana state highway 155.
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240 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 147
East to Louisiana state highway 505. Louisiana state highway 34. Note: Louisiana state highway 147 leaves US highway 167.
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236 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Garrett Creek, LA.
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253 ft.
Junction of Industrial Dr, LA
Access road to Joneboro Airport.
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220 ft.
Junction of Par Rd 406, LA
East to Jonesboro Airport.
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187 ft.
The Junction of Louisiana State Highway 505
South to Louisiana state highway 809. Louisiana state highway 147. Louisiana state highway 810. Louisiana state highway 4. North to Louisiana state highway 1234. The community of Gansville, LA. Louisiana state highway 126.
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135 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Big Creek, LA.
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249 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 126
The village of Dodson, LA. It is the birthplace of Morgan W. Walker Sr, the founder of what became Continental Trailways and Walker-Roemer Dairy and a director of the former Guaranty Bank and Trust Company. Dodson has received a long standing reputation as a notorious speed trap in the state. It was cited in a state audit in 2007 for issuance excessive speeding violations. East to Louisiana state highway 34. The village of Sikes, LA. Louisiana state highway 499. The village of Grayson, LA. Hubert D. Humphreys, the Louisiana historian, was born and reared here. Louisiana state highway 3239. US highway 165, Louisiana state highways 845, 850. The community of Copenhagen, LA. Limited Services. Fort Necessity Recreation Area. Camping, picnic areas. Boeuf State Wildlife Management Area. The forest overstory is a relatively closed stand of mixed bottomland hardwoods. On higher elevations the predominant tree species are willow oak, water oak, Nuttall's oak, rock elm, sweetgum, and persimmon. Boeuf has a greentree reservoir and several moist soil impoundments available for waterfowl and other wetland species. West to Louisiana state highway 1233. Louisiana state highway 9. The community of Readhimer, LA. The community is part of the Natchitoches Micropolitan Statistical Area. It is located within the Chestnut-Readhimer Water System.
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210 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1236
East to Louisiana state highway 34.
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124.0
138 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 505
West to Louisiana state highway 126.
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108 ft.
David G Joyce Airport

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115 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 156
The community of Winn Parish, LA. It was established in 1852 from lands which had belonged to the parishes of Catahoula, Natchitoches, and Rapides. West to Louisiana state highway 1232. Louisiana state highway 501. The village of Calvin, LA. Louisiana state highway 1233. The village of Goldonna, LA. It is part of the Natchitoches Micropolitan Statistical Area. It is the birthplace of American romance author, Patricia Maxwell, also known as Jennifer Blake.
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112 ft.
Junction of Thomas Mill Rd, LA
East to the Community of Winn Parish, LA. Winn Parish was established in 1852 from lands which had belonged to the parishes of Catahoula, Natchitoches, and Rapides. Winn Parish is the traditional home of the former Long family Democratic political dynasty. It is the birthplace of three governors of Louisiana. Governor Earl Long is buried in a public square known as the Earl K. Long State Park in Winnfield. Louisiana state highway 1231.
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105 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 501
West to Spillway Lake. Fishing. Louisiana state highway 156. The village of Calvin, LA. US post office. Limited services.
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95 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Port de Luce Creek, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including panfish, channel catfish and sturgeon.
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161 ft.
Junction of US Highway 84
South to Spillway Lake. Fishing. Cheechee Bay. Louisiana state highway 1228. The village of Clarens, LA. It still owned by descendants of its founders, Grayson Barbeque, with a smokehouse, the best known business in Clarence. Louisiana state highway 1225 and Louisiana state 6. Note: US highway 84 joins US Highway 167 at this point and both heads east.
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131 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 34
The city of Winnfield, LA. Winnfield was the home of three Louisiana governors: Huey "Kingfish" Long, Oscar K. Allen and Earl K. Long. Portions of the 1989 film Blaze, starring Paul Newman, were filmed in Winnfield. Many Civil War bandits made the region their home. Among these were the West and Kimbrill Clans which at one time included the Frank & Jesse James. South to Louisiana state highway 1228. The village of Atlanta, LA. The Embden plantation was maintained by Louisiana industrialist and inventor, William Edeborn. Here, he grew peanuts, cotton and silkworms.
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108 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 34 and US Highway 84
North to Louisiana state highway 499. Louisiana state highway 124. Note: Louisiana state highway 34 joins US highway 167, while US highway 84 leaves US hihgway 167 at this point.
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135.9
92 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Creosote Branch, LA.
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82 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Cedar Creek, LA.
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164 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 472
South to Louisiana state highway 1230. Louisiana state highway 500. Kisatchie National Forest. It is the only National forest in Louisiana. It offers recreational activities such as all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use, backpacking, boating, camping, cycling, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, mountain biking, picnicing and swimming. The forest has more than 40 developed recreation sites and over 100 miles (160 km) of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
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157 ft.
Junciton of Louisiana State Highway 500
East to Louisiana state highway 472. US highway 165. Louisiana state highway 502. The village of Georgetown, LA. US highway 84.
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180 ft.
Junction of Forest Srv Rd, LA
Kisatchie National Forest. It is the only National forest in Louisiana. It offers recreational activities such as all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use, backpacking, boating, camping, cycling, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, mountain biking, picnicing and swimming. The forest has more than 40 developed recreation sites and over 100 miles (160 km) of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Catahoula National Wildlife Management Area. Established in 1958 as a wintering area for migratory waterfowl. White-tailed deer, small game mammals, songbirds, raptors, waterbirds, reptiles, and amphibians are commonly seen throughout the refuge. Waterfowl are abundant during the winter. East to Louisiana state highway 472.
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207 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 123
South to the village of Dry Prong, LA. According to the web-based Encyclopedia Louisiana, a family moved to the region in the 1870s to build a sawmill. To power the mill, they built a water wheel, only to discover that the creek over which they had built it went dry every summer: the creek was a "dry prong". Louisiana state highway 8. North to Louisiana state highway 524. US highway 165.
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176.5
164 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Big Creek, LA.
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217 ft.
Louisisana State Highway 8
East to US Highway 165. The town of Pollock, LA. Named for Oliver Pollock, one of the largest financial donors to the cause of the American Revolution. The community of Fishville, LA. It was a popular Summer spot for the surrounding area, in the late 60's and early 70's. People would come out to the country to enjoy the cold creeks, roller skating, or just relaxing at one of many camp houses located along the numerous lakes, creeks, and streams, throughout the surrounding woods of the Kisatchie National Forest. West to US highway 71 and Louisiana state highway 3169. The town of Colfax, LA. Prior to the American Civil War, it was known as "Calhoun's Landing," named for the cotton and sugar planter Meredith Calhoun, a native of South Carolina. Calhoun also published the former National Democrat newspaper in Colfax.
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184 ft.
Junction of Stuart Lk Rd, LA
East to Louisiana state highway 8.
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194 ft.
Junction of Airbase Rd, LA
The village of Creola, LA. East to Pollock Municipal Airport. Kisatchie Lake. US Highway 165.
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187 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1241
West to US Highway 71.
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184 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3225
West to US Highway 71. East to Louisiana state highway 1204. Alexandria Ester Regional Airport. Camp Beauregard Wildlife Management Area. a U.S. Army installation located northeast of Pineville, Louisiana, primarily in Rapides Parish, but also extending northward into Grant Parish.
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131 ft.
Junction of US Highway 71
West to Louisiana state highway 3225. Louisiana state 1241. Louisiana state highway 492. Louisiana state highway 8. Note: US Highway 71 joins US Highway 167 at this point and both heads north.
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151 ft.
Junction of Ates Rd, LA
North to Louisiana state highway 3225. South to Louisiana state highway 1203.
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144 ft.
Junction of Hickory Hill Rd, LA
East to Louisiana state highway 3225. The village of Tioga, LA. Tioga High School, Tioga Junior High School, and Tioga Elementary School are located in the village. The Dixie Belles (ages 13-15) won the 2001 Dixie Belles World Series. West to Louisiana state highway 1203.
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148 ft.
Louisiana State Highway 3225 and US Highway 71
South to Hickory Hill Rd, LA. Louisiana state highway 1204. South to Louisiana state highway 1203. Old LSU Site. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 14, 1973. US Highway 165. Pineville Municipal Airport. Central Louisiana State Hospital Diary Barn. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 15, 1986. Lake Buhlow. Note: US Highway 71 leaves US Highway 167 at this point.
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203.5
144 ft.
Junction of US Highway 165
North to Louisiana state highway 116. Louisana state highway 623. South to US Highway 71, Pineville Municipal Airport. Lake Buhlow. Pineville High School (PHS) is a coeducational public high school located in Pineville, LA. It is also the largest high school in Rapides Parish. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 15, 1986. Bailey's Dam. The dam was built in 1864 at Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Bailey's request to afford passage over the Alexandria rapids for part of Rear Admiral David Dixon Porter's Mississippi River Squadron during the Red River Campaign in the Civil War. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
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154 ft.
Junction of Louisiana state highway 3144
West to US Highway 165. East to Donahue Ferry Rd, LA. Louisiana state highway 28. West to US Highway 165.
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125 ft.
Junction of Donahue Ferry Rd, LA
The city of Pineville, LA. Home to severa large non-government employers including Baker Manufacturing INc,. Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Co., Crest Operations, LLC, and Dresser Industrial Valve, Inc. The Central Louisiana State Hospital, the Pinecrest Supports and Services Center, the Huey P. Long Memorial Hospital, and the Alexandria Veterans Administration Medical Center are located in Pineville. It also houses two museums: the Old Town Hall Museum and the Louisiana Maneuvers. North to Louisiana state highway 3144. Louisiana state highway 116. South to US Highway 165.
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92 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 28
East to Kees Park, LA. Louisiana state highway 3128. The community of Libuse, LA. It was founded by Czech immigrants in 1914. The tribal office of the Talimali Band of Apalachee is located in Libuse. Louisiana state highway 116. Alexandria Esler Regional Airport. Catahoula Lake. A large freshwater lake located in La Salle Parish and Rapides Parish of central Louisiana. It is the largest natural freshwater lake in the state. It is known as the largest moist soil unit in North America and supports a variety of waterfowl including geese, duck, and wading birds and is a recreational area for hunting, fishing, hiking, sight seeing, and bird watching. Dewey W. Wills Wildlife Management Area. Crooks Mound. A large Marksville culture mound site. It is a large, conical, burial mound that was part of at least six episods of burials. Note: Louisiana state highway 28 joins US highway 167 at this point.
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102 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 107
Alexandria Hall-Louisiana College. A Classical Revival structure built in 1920. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 15, 1986. East to Louisiana state highway 3263. Louisiana state highway 3128. Bayou Maria Basin. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including blue catfish, steelhead trout and white perch. Note: Louisiana state highway 107 joins US Highway 167 and Louisiana state highway 28 briefly at this point.
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102 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 107
West to US Highway 165. Note: Louisiana state highway 107 leaves US highway 167 and Louisiana state highway 28 at this point.
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210.0
66 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Red River, LA. The Red River is the second largest river basin in the southern Great Plains. The total length of the river is 1,360 miles (2,190 km).
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79 ft.
Junction of Main St., LA.
South to Louisiana state highway 1. North to James Wade Bolton House. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Rapides Bank and Trust Company Building. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The Alexandria Museum of Art. It was founded in 1977. It is best known for its extensive permanent collection of contemporary Louisiana art and houses the state's largest collection of North Louisiana Folk Art. Rapides Women's and Children's Hospital.
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75 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1
South to Louisiana state highway 457. North to Bland House. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Arna Wendell Bontemps House - added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. Rapides Opera House - added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. Commercial Building - added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. C.A Schnack Jewelry Company Store. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. Bentley Hotel. Built by the timer baron Joseph Bentley and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. It was was formerly owned by the Pineville real estate developer Buddy Tudor, who worked for its historic preservation. Emmanuel Baptist Church. A family life center was added to Emmanuel in the late 1970s under the leadership of then pastor Schuyler M. Batson (1923-1996). It was built by Buddy Tudor's family-owned construction company in Pineville. West to The Louisiana History Museum. It showcases of the social evolution of all of Louisiana but centers on the history of Central Louisiana.
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89 ft.
Junction of Interstate 49
North to US Highway 71. Bailey's Dam - used to be a timber dam on the Red River in Alexandria, LA. The dam was built in 1864. The dam successfully raised the level of the river and was then broken in order to allow the boats in its reservoir to pass downstream. Bailey's Dam Site was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Louisiana state highway 1 and Louisiana state highways 1200 and 8. The town of Boyce, LA. Originally called Cotile Landing, the name was changed to Boyce in 1880, when the Texas and Pacific Railroad made Boyce its terminal point. It was named for Judge Henry Boyce, who owned the land on which the town was located. South to Peabody Magnet High School, a secondary educational institution located in Alexandria, LA. Peabody was the only high school available for African American students in Alexandria during the long era before desegregation. West to Alexandria Garden District. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, 2001. Note: Interstate 49 joins US Highway 167 at this point.
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213.1
69 ft.
Bridge Crossing
Hynson Bayou, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including white perch, rainbow trout and redear sunfish.
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79 ft.
Junction of Broadway Ave, LA
North to Peabody Magnet High School, a secondary educational institution located in Alexandria, LA. Peabody was the only high school available for African American students in Alexandria during the long era before desegregation. West to Alexandria Garden District. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, 2001. Cheatham Park. South to Hunter Park.
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79 ft.
Junction of US Highway 71
North to US Highway 165. Bringhurst Field, a baseball stadium in Alexandria, LA. It is the home ground of the Alexandria Aces collegiate summer baseball team and also hosts local high school games. It is also the home field for a local high school, the Bolton High School Bears. Louisiana state highway 1208. The city of Alexandria, LA. It lies on the south bank of the Red River in almost the exact geographic center of the state. The annual Mardi Gras parade, occurring on the Sunday before Mardi Gras, on Texas Avenue is a major cultural festivity in the area. Boasted as a true family oriented event, parade goers can enjoy over 20 New Orleans style floats, high school and college marching bands, as well as appearances by local celebrities. In addition to the main Sunday parade, a children's parade takes place downtown on the Saturday before Mardi Gras and another parade known as the Krewe of Provine Parade occurs on Fat Tuesday itself down Coliseum Boulevard. Begun in the late 1980s, Cenlabration [17] was one of the largest festivals in Central Louisiana (Cenla). It reflects local culture and heritage, as well as serving as a means of celebrating Labor Day as the end of summer. Alexandria has two museums. The Alexandria Museum of Art, founded in 1977 occupies the historic Rapides Bank Building on the banks of the Red River. Also situated in the downtown Louisiana is the Louisiana History Museum. It highlights the history of the central portion of Louisiana, Rapides Parish, and Alexandria. Native American displays, as well as about health care, the impact of war, Louisiana geography, and farming are major exhibits in the museum. It is central Louisiana's oldest standing structure and is listed on the National Register of Hisotric Places. It describes plantation life between 1795 and 1855. South to Inglewwod Plantation Historic District. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Bennett Plantation House. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Rosalie Plantation Sugar Mill. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Note: Interstate 49 leaves US Highway 167 at this point. US Highway 71 joins US Highway 167 at this point.
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75 ft.
Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3170
East to Louisiana state highway 457. Elbow Slough Wildlife Management Area. You will find a wide variety of resident and migratory song birds here. Hunting is limited due to the size of the tract. Phone: 318-371-3050. Louisiana state highway 1.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 112
The town of Lecompte, LA. The town was named after a famous racehorse owned by the Wells family who lived on a plantation south of the town. The horse's name was LeComte. He won races at the Fairgrounds racetrack in New Orleans. When the railroad painted a sign on the side of the train depot years ago a "p" was added to the name and it has been LeCompte ever since. Louisiana state highway 456. Interstate 49. The village of Forest Hill, LA. Every year, during the third weekend of March, Forest Hill is home to the Louisiana Nursery Festival. It is the village's yearly attraction and brings in thousands of people each day to see the many floral, artistic, and amusement booths. The village is home to over 60 plant nurseries, and is one of Louisiana's oldest and largest nursery regions. Businesses routinely visit Forest Hill to purchase wholesale plants. US Highway 165. Camp Claiborne, a US Army military camp during World War II. The camp was deactivated in 1945 and returned to Kisatchie National Forest, as part of the National Forest System, administered by the U.S. Forest Service.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 457
East to Louisiana state highway 3170. Louisiana state highway 1. The Bolton High School is named for its benefactor, James W. Bolton (1869-1936), an Alexandria banker who was a prominent civic and political leader of central Louisiana during the first third of the 20th century. During the long era of segregation, Bolton was the only high school for white students in Alexandria and neighboring Pineville. The school has a tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence and performance. It is the only school in the parish that has received a gold, silver, or bronze medal by US News & World Report, and is one of only five silver medal rated schools in the state.
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Bridge Crossing
Calahan Bayou, LA.
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Junction of Sugarmill Rd, LA
Meeker Sugar Refinery. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 16, 1987. Louisiana state highway 456. Wade H. Jones, Sr. House. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Matthews Brake.
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Junction of Lloyds Bridge Rd, LA
East to Lloyd Hall Plantation. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 29, 1977. US Highway 71.
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Junction of Interstate 49
East to Louisiana state highway 181. The town of Cheneyville, LA. Sue Eakin, the Lousiana historian, is interred in Cheneyville. The town was named for settler William Cheney. Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge. It was established in 1989 as part of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. During the seventies, the area that would become Grand Cote Refuge was cleared and leveed for agricultural purposes. Habitat management objectives are centered around providing shallow flooded habitats for waterfowl, shorebirds, and wading birds during August through March. A special emphasis is placed on providing shallow flooded rive; native moist soil plant fields preferred by northern pintails. Louisiana state highway 115. Bunkie Municipal Airport. Acadiana Conservation Corridor Wildlife Management Area. It is approximately 26 miles in length and comprises approximately 2285 acres. Hunting is limited to deer by bowhunting only. No firearms are allowed on this area. Phone: 318-253-7068. West to Louisiana state highway 112. Pegram Plantation House. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Indian Creek Reservoir. Alexander Forest Wildlife Management Area and Indian Creek Reservoir. Hunting, boating, camping and swimming. Phone: 318-371-3050. The town of Woodworth, LA. According to a 2007 report, Woodworth was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
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Junction of Austin Rd, LA
Access road to Blue Lake and Neals Bay. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including channel catfish, blue catfish and bluegill.
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Junction of Onyx Rd, LA
West to Cocodrie Lake. Fishing. Britt Place. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The town of Glenmora, LA. It is part of the Alexandria, Louisiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. US Highway 165.
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Junction of Cemetery Rd/Glenmora Turkey Creek, LA
The village of Turkey Creek, LA. Limited services. West to Britt Place. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. US Highway 165. The town of Glenmora, LA. It is part of the Alexandria, Louisiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Palustris Experimental Forest Longleaf Tract. It is an area of the Kisatchie National Forest designated to conduct forestry research. It is named Palustris in recognition of the species longleaf pine.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 13
South to Louisiana state highway 3187. Louisiana state highway 106. The village of Pine Prairie, LA. The community of Evangeline Parish, LA. The parish was created out of lands formerly belonging to St. clements parish in 1901. It was originally settled by French, German, Spanish and English people.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 106
The community of Bayou Chicot, LA. It is home to Chicot State Park, which features the largest man-made lake in the state. Also in the community is Mountain Bayou Lake Boy Scout Camp, which was established in 1980, and is now a well known camp throughout the states of Louisiana and Texas. East to Louisiana state highway 115. Mountain Bayou Lake and Dossman Lake. West to Louisiana state highway 13. The village of Pine Prairie, LA. Louisiana state highway 10. The city of Oakdale, LA. The Leatherwood Museum, which contains the history of Allen Parish, reopened in a renovated facility on September 27, 2008. Oakdale is home to the Oakdale Federal Correctional Complex, a minimum security prison for male inmates, which include former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers who is serving a 25-year sentence. The town of Elizabeth, LA. West Bay Wildlife Management Area.
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Junction of Par Rd 530/Old Park Rd, LA
North to Louisiana state highway 3042. Chicot Louisiana State Park. This park features 6,400 acres of rolling hills surrounding a 2,000 acre man-made lake. The lake is home to a variety of fish including bass, crappie, bluegill, and red-ear sunfish. The park offers fishing, boat rentals, pavilions, barbecue pits, picnic areas, campsites, lodges and cabins.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 376
West to Millers Lake. Fishing. The community of Evangeline Parish, LA. The parish was named Evangeline in honor of the Acadian people who lived further south; their history had been commemorated in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's narrative poem, Evangeline.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 10
West to Louisiana state highway 376. Lahaye Lake. Fishing. Louisiana state highway 13. The community of Reddell, LA. Reddell has one of the largest rice drier elevators in the state. Louisiana state highway 106. East to The city of Ville Platte, LA. Its name is derived from the French ville plate, or "flat town." The area around Ville Platte appears to have been first settled during the last half of the eighteenth century, when Louisiana was under Spanish rule. The earliest record of settlement in the immediate area of Ville Platte was in the 1780s. Ville Platte also is the home of Chicot State Park which covers 6,400 acres (26 km) of rolling hills and water in South Central Louisiana. Chicot State Park has large amounts of deer, racoon, and other wildlife. Louisiana state highway 103.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 29
The Alexis LaTour House. The oldest portion of the house was built in 1835 by Alexis LaTour. The house is the best detailed and largest surviving early structure in Evangeline Parish. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 for architectural significance. North to Louisiana state highway 10. South to Louisiana state highway 1161. Louisiana state highway 104. Louisiana state highway 1164. Louisiana state highway 1165.
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Junction of Trojan Ln, LA
Sacred Heart High School is a private Roman Catholic high school in Ville Platte, LA. Its history began in 1913 when a Catholic school was opened and operated by the Sisters of Mount Carmel, an order of missionary nuns from Canada, under the direction of Father Louis J. Savy, pastor of Sacred Heart Church.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 29
North to Louisiana state highway 363. Interstate 49.
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Bridge Crossing
Coulee Manuel, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including flathead catfish, bowfin and smallmouth buffalo.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1168
South to Louisiana state highway 103.
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Bridge Crossing
Grand Louis Bayou, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including sunfish, rainbow trout and bowfin.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 103
North to Louisiana state highway 363.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 103
South to Louisiana state highway 104. US Highway 190.
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Bridge Crossing
Carron Bayou, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including bigmouth buffalo, white perch and steelhead trout.
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Junction of Bellridge Rd, LA
The community of Plaisance, LA. It is the location of the Plausance School, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 749
South to St. Landry Parish Airport, also known as Ahart Field. Louisiana state highway 182. US Highway 190 and Louisiana state highway 182. The city of Opelousas, LA. Founded in 1720, Opelousas is Louisiana's 3rd oldest city. The city served as a major trading post between New Orleans and Natchitoches in the 18th and 19th centuries. Opelousas is the center of zydeco music. It celebrates its heritage at the Creole Heritage Folklife Center, one of the destinations on the new Louisiana African American Heritage Trail. It is also the location of the Evangeline Downs Racetrack and Casino. The city is known as the spice capital of the world. The Yambilee Festival began in 1946 and is the oldest festival held each year in Opelousas. It starts on the Wednesday before the last full weekend of October and continues throughout the weekend with events including concerts, cooking competitions, a parade and beauty pageants.
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Louisiana State Highway 182
North to the town of Washington, LA. Washington holds the annual Festival du Courtableau, now renamed the Washington Catfish Festival. According to a 2007 report, Washington was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana. Louisiana state highway 103. Thistlethwaite State Wildlife Management Area. South to Ahart Field or St. Landry Parish Airport. St. Landry Catholic Church. The current church building, in Romanesque Revival style, was completed in 1909. To this date there have been 24 pastors, countless assistants, and 3 deacons who served the people of this parish. Opelousas Catholic School, a private Catholic school in Opelousas, LA. The city of Opelousas, LA. The city is known as the spice capital of the world. Opelousas takes its name from the Native American tribe Appalousa who had occupied the area before European contact. The Yambilee Festival began in 1946 and is the oldest festival held each year in Opelousas. It starts on the Wednesday before the last full weekend of October and continues throughout the weekend with events including concerts, cooking competitions, a parade and beauty pageants. Louisiana state highway 3233. Louisiana state highway 358.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 744
East to Louisiana state highway 743.
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Junction of Interstate 49
North to Louisiana state highway 103. Louisiana state highway 10 and 182. Thristlethwaite State Wildlife Management Area. South to US Highway 190. Louisiana state highway 31. Note: Interstate 49 joins US Highway 167 at this point.
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Junction of E Prudhomme Ln, LA
West to Opelousas Catholic School. A private, Catholic school in Opelousas, LA. The schoool offers education from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. St. Landry Catholic Church. The current church building, in Romanesque Revival style, was completed in 1909. Louisiana state highway 182 and 749. St. Landry Parish Airport. South to US Highway 190.
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Junction of US Highway 190
West to Louisiana state highway 182. The city of Opelousas, LA. Opelousas is the center of zydeco music. It celebrates its heritage at the Creole Heritage Folklife Center, one of the destinations on the new Louisiana African American Heritage Trail. It is also the location of the Evangeline Downs Racetrack and Casino. The city is known as the spice capital of the world. The Yambilee Festival began in 1946 and is the oldest festival held each year in Opelousas. It starts on the Wednesday before the last full weekend of October and continues throughout the weekend with events including concerts, cooking competitions, a parade and beauty pageants. Louisiana state highway 104. East to Louisiana state highway 743. Louisiana state highway 103. Louisiana state highway 741.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1244
East to Evangeline Downs, an American race track and casino. The facility provides close to 1,000 horse stalls for Thoroughbred flat racing and American Quarter Horse racing. The tracks 2008 program featured a total of ten events worth $100,000 or more, including the Evangeline Mile Handicap, the track's richest race with a purse of $200,000. In 2009, the Horseplayers Association of North America introduced a rating system for 65 thoroughbred racetracks in North America. Of the top ten, Evangeline Downs was ranked #6. Louisiana state highway 31.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 31/Cresswell Ln, LA
East to Louisiana state highway 1244. Louisiana state highway 742. West to Louisiana state highway 182. South Park.
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Bridge Crossing
Yarbor Bayou, LA. Fishing. a variety of fish including sturgeon, smelt and white perch.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3233
West to Louisiana state highway 182.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 93
East to the town of Grand Coteau, LA. The town is a center for local farming. The town retains examples of Victorian architecture from its mid-19th century boom. Academy of the Sacred Heart, an independent Catholic school for girls in pre-kindergarten 3 through grade 12, with residential accommodations for students in grades seven through 12. Louisiana state highway 760. West to Louisiana state highway 182. The town of Sunset, LA. It is part of the Opelousas-Eunice Micropolitan Statistical Area. Louisiana state highway 178. The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau. The engagement was between the forces of Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Green and Union Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge. Lieutenant William Marland of the 2nd Massachusetts Battery earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during this battle.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 182
East to Louisiana state highway 760. West to Louisiana state highway 93. The town of Sunset, LA. It is part of the Opelousas-Eunice Micropolitan Satistical Area. Louisiana state highway 754. The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau. The engagement was between the forces of Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Green and Union Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge. Lieutenant William Marland of the 2nd Massachusetts Battery earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during this battle. Louisiana state highway 178.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 182
North to US Highway 167 and Louisiana state highway 93. The town of Sunset, LA. It is part of the Opelousas-Eunice Micropolitan Statistical Area. The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau. The engagement was between the forces of Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Green and Union Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge. Lieutenant William Marland of the 2nd Massachusetts Battery earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during this battle. The city of Carencro, LA. It is a suburb of the nearby city of Lafayette. Its name comes from the Louisiana Creole word for buzzard: the spot was one where large flocks of buzzards roosted in the bald cypress trees. The name means "carrion crow."
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 1252
East to Louisiana state highway 31. South to Louisiana state highway 182.
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Junction of Bernard St/Hector Connoly Rd, LA
West to Louisiana state highway 182. East to the community of Stekey, LA. Limited services. Bayou Wilderness RV Resort. Amenities include: RV campsites, outdoor pool with slides, jacuzzi spa, tennis court, outdoor activities, etc. For more information, please call: 337-896-0598.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 98
West to Louisiana state highway 182. Louisiana state highway 93. The community of Vatican, LA. The town is named after Vatican City in Italy with street names such as Vatican Road and Pope Road. Louisiana state highway 343. East to Louisiana state highway 354.
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Junction of W Pont Des Mouton Rd/EPont Des Mouton Rd, LA
West to the community of Mouton, LA. It is named after Jean Mouton and Marin Mouton, two local land owners who settled the area during the 1770s. Louisiana state highway 182. Acadia Vermillon Hospital. East to the communityn of Pont Des Mouton, LA. The community, bridge, and access road are named after Jean Mouton and Marin Mouton, two local land owners who settled the area during the 1770s. Interstate 10.
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Bridge Crossing
Francois Coulee, LA.
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Junction of Interstate 10
West to Moore Park. Soccer, youth football, softball, picnic areas, hiking trails, go-kart track, playground. Louisiana state highway 182. Louisiana state highway 3184. The city of Scott, LA. Scott is a suburb of Lafayette and is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. Louisiana state highway 93. The community of Sadou, LA. Limited services. The town of Duson, LA. Originally known as "Duson Station" the town was laid out by J.G. Parkerson, general manager of the Louisiana Western Railroad. Cotton farming was the main agriculture for the area. Three cotton gins were in Duson until the mid 1960s. Fires destroyed two and the third was torn down. West to East to the communityn of Pont Des Mouton, LA. The community, bridge, and access road are named after Jean Mouton and Marin Mouton, two local land owners who settled the area during the 1770s. Louisiana state highwya 31. Louisiana state highway 328. The town of Henderson, LA. It is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bernard Apiaries Honey is located in Henderson. The Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. It is actually two parallel bridges in Louisiana. With a total length of 18.2 miles, it is the tenth longest bridge in the world by total length.
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Junction of W Willow St/E Willow St, LA
West to Dorsey Park. Louisiana state highway 182. Debaillon Park. Louisiana state highway 3184. The city of Scott, LA. Scott is a suburb of Lafayette and is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. East to the community of Larabee, LA. Limited services. Teurlings Catholic High School, a private Roman Catholic high school in Lafayette, LA.
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Junction of US Highway 90
West to Louisiana state highway 182. Louisiana state highway 3025. Louisiana state highway 3184. Louisiana state highway 93. The city of Scott, LA. Scott is a suburb of Lafayette and is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 94
West to Louisiana state highway 182. East to FE 'Pa' Davis Park. Louisiana state highway 353. Louisiana state highway 354. Louisiana state highway 31.
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Junction of E Simcoe St, LA
The Lafayette Amtrak station. It was originally built by the Texas and New Orleans Railroad either in 1911 or 1912. It was burned in a fire and abandoned on May 11, 2001 and was restored in 2002. East to Louisiana state highway 94.
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Junction of 6th St, LA
West to the Lafayette Amtrak station. Built by the Texas and New Orleans Railroad in either 1911 or 1912, but burned in a fire and abandoned on May 11, 2001. It was restored during the year 2002. East to US Highway 90.
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Junction of Louisiana Ave, LA
East to Louisiana state highway 94. West to Louisiana state highway 182.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 182
West to St John's Cathedral. Originally called l'Eglise St-Jean du Vermilion, is a historic Roman Catholic cathedral. It was the first church in the Lafayette Parish, built in 1821. The site was donated by Jean Mouton. US Highway 90. Interstate 10. South to Louisiana state highway 729. Cypress Lake, a 2 acre swamp-like lake in the heart of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette campus that started as a buffalo wallow. Cypress Lake is casually called The Swamp, which is also the nickname of the Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns stadium, named Cajun Field. The University of Louisiana at Lafayette, or UL Lafayette, is a coeducational, public research university. It is the largest campus within the eight-campus University of Louisiana System and is the second largest university in the state of Louisiana. UL Lafayette's campus consists of 137 acres. Its quadrangle is encircled by a 'Walk of Honor' path which contains more than 80,000 bricks bearing the names of every graduate, beginning with the first graduating class of 1903. The city of Lafayette, LA. It is the fourth largest city in the state of Louisiana. Lafayette is the center of the Cajun culture in Louisiana and the US. Lafayette has a strong tourism industry because of the Cajun and Creole cultures of the surrounding region. Cajun cuisine is one of the most renowned regional cuisines in the US.
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Junction of Cajundome Blvd
Blackham Coliseum, a multipurpose arena in Lafayette, LA. Home to the then-named USL Bulldogs, now called the Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns basketball teams. The venue serves as home to the Grammy-styled, annual Le Cajun Music Awards Festival held every August by the Cajun French Music Association, an association of Cajun music enthusiasts for the preservation of the Cajun music, language, heritage and culture. North to The Cajundome, a 12,068 seat multi-purpose arena. Home to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's Ragin' Cajuns basketball teams, Lafayette Wildcatters of the Southern Indoor Football League and the high school basketball state championship. The field also serves as venue for several special events and regional concerts like the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and the Cajun Heartland State Fair, an 11-day annual outdoor state fair that attracts over 175,000 visitors. US Highway 90.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3025
South to Louisiana State Highway 182. North to M.L. 'Tigue' Moore Field. It is a ballpark in Lafayette, LA. It is the home of the University of Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns baseball team. Also home to the Lafayette Bullfrogs of the Central Baseball League. The facility is named after M.L. Tigue Moore, University of Louisiana at Lafayette's benefactor. Cajun Field, nicknamed 'The Swamp,' is the home field of the Lousiana's Ragin' Cajun. The stadium has a bowl with seats on the sidelines and a second deck is on the east sideline. One of the biggest games at Cajun Field was when 38,783 fans on September 14, 1996, saw the Cajuns upset Texas A&M (ranked 25th). Louisiana State Highway 3184. US Highway 90.
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Bridge Crossing
Coulee Mine, LA. Fishing. Home to a variety of fish including steelhead trout, smallmouth bass and bluegill.
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Junction of Foreman Dr, LA
North to the community of Lafayette Parish, LA. Lafayette Parish is part of the Lafayette Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Lafayette-Acadiana Combined Statistical Area. Neyland Park. Tennis courts.
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Junction of Camellia Blvd, LA
South to Thomas Park Recreation Center. Jogging path, tennis clubhouse, lighted tennis courts, hitting wall, soccer fields, ball parks, basketball court, and children's playground. Louisiana state highway 339.
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Junction of Louisiana state highway 93
West to Louisiana state highway 3073. Louisiana state highway 342.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 3073
North to Louisiana state highway 93. Southwest Medical Center. Neyland Park. Tennis courts. Louisiana state highway 3184. South to Women's and Children's Hospital. Beaullieu Park. Saint Thomas More School (STM), a co-education Roman Catholic high school. It is named after the 16th century Saint, Thomas More. The STM mascot is the cougar. The school offers sports such as swimming, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, wrestling, lacrosse, golf, hockey, dancing, bowling, and soccer. It is most famous for its nationally ranked dance team - the Saint Thomas More Sparklers who have competed at the UDA National Championship in Orlando, Florida every year since 1989 and have won more championship titles than any other high school team in the nation. Louisiana state highway 339.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 724
West to Louisiana state highway 342.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 733
South to Louisiana state highway 92.
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Junction of Louisiana State Highway 92
The village of Maurice, LA. It was originally called "Mauriceville", derives its name from its founder Maurice Villien. It is part of the Abbeville Micropolitan Statistical Area. West to Louisiana state highway 343. Louisiana state highway 700.
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City of Abbeville, Louisiana
Junction of State highway 14 and 82. West access to White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area - Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge. - East access to Lake Fausse Point Louisiana State Park - Attakapas Island Wildlife Refuge.