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Celebrate Spring on the Cajun Coast

Celebrate Life on the Cajun Coast

The Cajun Coast is known for its many festivals each year, but it’s the celebrations of every day life that really tell the story of living (and visiting) on the Cajun Coast!

Spring is the hallmark of renewal, and nature takes her cues in earnest throughout the area! From the Iris blooms at the Visitor Center to the amazing explosions of color adding to the beauty of the Atchafalaya Basin, you’ll want to include outdoor excursions on your visit to the Cajun Coast! Our paddling trails or swamp tours can help you get up-close and personal exploring our vast waterways!

You’ll definitely want to take advantage of itineraries for just about every interest and plan your stay for a big adventure! From a golf trip on the beautiful Audubon Golf Trail Atchafalaya at Idlewild, to Off-the-Beaten Path stays, let us make the planning easy with an itinerary built for you.  Come celebrate for a week or a weekend away!

Celebrations of life on the Cajun Coast include weekends full of live music, dining on piles of crawfish and other fresh seafood fresh from the water and cooked up in a delicious symphony of flavor, along with finding local treasures while exploring and shopping in charming Main Street locales. Weekly celebrations like Live After 5 in Berwick (go check out the music line-up!), to celebrations of local fare with marketplaces in Franklin and Morgan City, showcase local talent from craft and kitchen, as well as plenty of other goodies and food trucks to round out the party!

Check out the Cajun Coast calendar for a spring full of fun events. Do not miss a moment of fun this spring on the Cajun Coast!

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