Area Code 225 - Information about Louisiana


Louisiana

Acadiana, Lafourche, Lake Charles, Monroe, Livingston, Shreveport, and Lake George are all part of the state of Louisiana. Louisiana was among the first states to allow African Americans to vote in its elections. The Louisiana Purchase ended the slave trade but it also brought many more people to live in Louisiana, including Native Americans and French Canadians.

Though it has a large city, its location is quite difficult to get around in. Bicycles and scooters are using to get around. The roads are narrow and winding and many of the highways are in poor condition.

An Alameda motel is the closest major metro station to Orleans Parish and the Acadiana International Airport in Shreveport. Mardi Gras and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival are just across the Mississippi River in New Orleans.

Although the most southern point in Louisiana is New Orleans, the Mississippi River State Parkway, which cuts across northern Louisiana, is by far the largest of the state's highways. From New Orleans, it is a short drive to the heart of Acadiana and the beautiful Catfish Isle Lake that are home to one of the best lakes in the state. Driving the entire length of the Catfish Island Lake is an adventure for the traveler.

The state of Louisiana is in the public domain, but you are not allowed to copy, publish, or display the images without permission. There are a number of hotels and guest houses in the area. On the eastern side of Lake Pontchartrain, you can find Biscayne National Park and a series of parks that were once owned by the Department of the Army.

Many boat owners in Acadiana choose to have their boats in storage after they are retired. However, some prefer to take advantage of the Gulf of Mexico's warm weather and help out with boating. On the southwest side of the lake, there is the Alton RV Park where campers and recreational vehicles can park.

If you want to take your water skiing, fishing, or boating, you will need to visit Kranjska Golf Course, Kranjska Lake, and Krabbis Lodge. The most famous golf course in the state is called Kranjska Golf Course. The course covers 6,766 acres and it is one of the most scenic places in the country.

With the beautiful scenery of Acadiana, there is no wonder why so many vacationers come here every year to enjoy their vacation at Krabbis. A lot of visitors come from other areas of the country for the special opportunities that the state has to offer. So when you're planning your next trip to this state, don't forget to include a trip to the nearby lake and the state's unique culture and attractions.