|GET AWAY TO THE CENTER OF IT ALL.|
|One of the oldest areas of the state, the Crossroads region is the site of much history as well as some of the state's best fishing and outdoor recreation. From historic Natchitoches, founded in 1714 and considered the oldest European settlement in the Louisiana Purchase Territory, to the Toledo Bend Reservoir area, a favorite of serious anglers everywhere, Crossroads is the preferred destination of many outdoor enthusiasts.|
|Each one of the area's State Parks and Historic Sites was carefully chosen for its outstanding recreation potential. You can hike, fish, bike and enjoy birding and nature trails. Most State Parks feature a waterfront location, campsites and picnic areas. Several have air-conditioned cabins and/or group camps which, like other buildings in the parks, were designed to reflect each park's cultural environment and ambiance.|
Source: Louisiana Office of State Parks Brochures.
P.O. Box 44426, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4426