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Family-friendly activities on the Cajun Coast

Heat Up Your Summer with Cajun Coast’s Cool and Family-Friendly Activities

Discover Cajun Coast, a breathtaking natural area with outdoor activities, scenic routes, and delicious Cajun cuisine. Enjoy family-friendly summer fun, learn about Chitimacha Native American history and experience the magic of the Cajun culture. Plan your visit at CajunCoast.com!

Check out these family-friendly activities on the Cajun Coast that are perfect for the summer:

STAY COOL:

Take a break from the heat and cool off at the various splash pads, spray parks, and beaches, including the Splash Pad and Spray Parks in Bayou Vista and Morgan City, Lake End Park, and Cypremort Point State Park.

INDOOR FUN:

Catch a movie at Lake Cinema, which has free children’s movies all summer long, or enjoy bowling at Steelwood Lanes.

OUTDOOR FUN:

Skateboarding enthusiasts can visit the Morgan City Skate Park, The Swamp, or Franklin Skate Park. Noah’s Mini Golf Adventures is perfect for families looking for a more low-key activity.

WILDLIFE:

Animal lovers can visit the Morgan City Petting Zoo. Nature lovers can explore the Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge Trails.

COOL TREATS:

Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in snowballs at Paw Paw’s Sno Cones, Lily Bea’s Snowballs, or Cajun Sneaux Snowballs.

EDUCATION AND EXPLORATION:

For a free or inexpensive experience, visit the International Petroleum Museum & Exposition, the Wedell-Williams Aviation & Cypress Sawmill Museum, the Chitimacha Museum, walk the “Great Wall,” or see the Southwest Reef Lighthouse in Berwick at the Everett S. Berry Memorial Lighthouse Park.

CHEAP AND FREE THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS ON THE CAJUN COAST

There are plenty of affordable and fun things to do on the Cajun Coast this summer!

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Heat Up Your Summer with Cajun Coast’s Cool and Family-Friendly Activities