Things to do along I-20 Badge
Take a spin and follow the fun wherever the road takes you.

Go wild this weekend at Gators & Friends, one of the largest adventure parks in Louisiana. Get up close with exotic animals like lemurs and Scottish cows. After your tour, visit the Gator Gift Shop for treats, or the snack shack for a plate of piping hot chicken wings. 

11441 US Hwy 80, Greenwood, LA  71033

Nestled ever so quaintly in historic downtown in what Southern Living calls “a shopaholic’s delight,” this is more than just a shopping excursion. With Antique Alley's curious arrangement of European and American antique and art, plus unique home decor, jewelry and apparel, it’s a departure from the ordinary.

Along Trenton St., West Monroe, LA 71291

Two-step and line dance the night away at this high-energy honky tonk. Feeling adventurous? Maybe you should try your luck with Big Country's mechanical bull!

1003 Gould Dr, Bossier City, LA 71111
I20 Moziac

At the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum, set your sights high for an aviation museum with a unique approach—relating history through the eyes and voice of legendary locals and exhibits about its namesake General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers, Delta Airlines, NASA and every branch of the US Armed Services.

701 Kansas Ln., Monroe, LA 71203

Established in 1944 and known since for their world-famous ice-box pies, all-day breakfast and decadently delicious menu of Southern staples! Stop by and eat with the locals because everyone is family at Strawn's.

Shreveport & Bossier, LA
For the Kids:

Coca-Cola Museum

And now for something refreshing. A world-famous beverage comes to life at the Coca-Cola Museum inside The Biedenharn Museum & Gardens with demonstrations of the original bottling process, Coca-Cola memorabilia, your very own bottle from a vintage five-cent vending machine!

2000 Riverside Dr., Monroe, LA 71201
Plan your Louisiana Trip, but be sure to confirm with local businesses before you hit the road!
Poverty Point World Heritage Site