Hotels in Sportsman’s Paradise, Louisiana
If you find yourself in northern Louisiana, take Interstate 20 to Delhi and treat yourself to a tour of the Downtown Delhi Historic District or a hike through Poverty Point State Park. Drive just minutes west to Monroe where golfers of all skill levels can indulge in the Chennault Park Golf Course, right next to Monroe Regional Airport.
Make time to go to Shreveport and play 18 holes at Querbes Park Golf Course. Just a quick drive south will take you to Northwestern Hills Golf Course. Explore 500 acres of beautiful trees at Chemin-A-Haut State Park at Bayou Bartholomew.
Bask in the waters and hiking trails of Lake D’Arbonne State Park. Have a bike ride or a boat ride and some fishing at Jimmie Davis State Park in Chatham.
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Hit the Road and Tour Sportsman’s Paradise, Louisiana
Experience the magic of Festival Plaza, on the banks of the Red River. Enjoy a live performance at the Strand Theater or the Century Link Center in Bossier City. If you love art, you have to make time to see the RW Norton Art Gallery. See why they call Louisiana “Hollywood South” and how it now has the third largest film industry in the country behind New York and California.
Visit Historic Sites in Sportsman’s Paradise, Louisiana
Go to one of the best tributes to the heritage and traditions of the United States Air Force at the Barksdale Global Power Museum. Gaze at a snapshot of Louisiana life in the 1940’s like Native American artifacts, original artistic works, and natural history exhibits at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum. Celebrate the ethnic and cultural diversity that Louisiana is known for at The Multicultural Center of the South.