Cajun Country
Cajun Country's greatest Hits
Live music, good food, nice people—get out here and stay awhile.

Swamp meets lake to create an altogether one-of-a-kind setting in Lake Martin. Head out in a kayak or just stroll the boardwalks and take it all in.

Lafayette, LA

Shop Iron Shop Provisions for handmade denim, outerwear and leather goods that are built to last. Modern and timeless gifts for him and her.

625 Broad St., Lake Charles, LA 70601

Known locally as the Cajun Music Capital of the World, don’t even think about not dancing at this early morning dive, Fred's Lounge. Open Saturdays from 8am to 2pm. Popular on Mardi Gras.

420 6th St., Mamou, LA 70554
Cajun Country Musician and Event Mural

Step inside this home-turned-museum to explore the history and heritage of Cajun music. The Cajun Music Hall of Fame is quaint, approachable and authentically Cajun.

240 S. C. C. Duson St., Eunice, LA 70535

Find some of the best Cajun eats in the City of Lafayette. Go to Old Tyme Grocery for po-boys, Bon Temps Grill for gumbo and T-Coons for crawfish étouffée.

Lafayette, LA
For the Kids:

Gator Chateau

Oh, baby! Look at those baby gators. Nothing compares to holding a baby gator, learning about gator habitats, how they grow, and even what they eat, all at Gator Chateau.

100 Rue de l'Acadie, Jennings, LA 70546
Plan your Louisiana Trip, but be sure to confirm with local businesses before you hit the road!
Rip Van Winkle Gardens

Did you know there are salt mounds dating back to the Jurassic period near Louisiana's coast?