The Andouille Trail is a unique culinary byway to introduce visitors to Louisiana’s River Parishes’ contribution to Louisiana cuisine. You'll find producers with wooden smokehouses, recipes that have been handed down for generations, and restaurants serving up andouille in traditional and inventive new ways.
The 1811 Slave Revolt Trail follows closely the pathway the original participants took on their journey toward freedom. Follow in their footsteps on bicycle or foot along the current levee pathway or follow along on the Great River Road.
The ZipNola course is roughly one-half mile long, stretching over New Orleans Swamp Country. Riders begin the adventure from atop our 60-foot start platform, with complete views of the magnificent Maurepas Swamp, Lake Ponchartrain, the historic town of Frenier, and even the New Orleans skyline!
From its beginnings as a mere land claim on a map, Oak Alley has been many things in its over 200-year history. Today, Oak Alley is a historic site dedicated to preserving and interpreting its history. With an emphasis on its time as a sugar plantation, visitors can walk under its alley, experience the exhibits, interact with staff and leave with a better understanding of what a plantation is.
Poche Plantation stands out for its variety of accommodation options. Visitors can choose to camp out in an RV in their on-site motor coach RV park, relax with family, or have a getaway in their Bed & Breakfast cottages.