Grab your camera, pack your fishing pole, and remember the sunscreen before heading out on Louisiana’s Creole Nature Trail. The trail consists of 180 miles of bayous, marshlands, and beaches that truly showcase the untamed natural beauty of Southwest Louisiana.
Creole Nature Trail: Where Natural Wonderlands Abound February 15, 2016 admin One place in Southwest Louisiana that never ceases to amaze is the Creole Nature Trail, a 180-miles-long scenic byway where natural wonderlands abound.
Creole Nature Trail All-American Road, Louisiana Starting Point: Sulphur, LA The Route: Roughly a 100-mile loop on LA 27 and LA 82. About 150 miles from Houston and 200 miles from New Orleans, the Creole Nature Trail is the definition of Louisiana outback The Wetland Walkway has a boardwalk over the saltwater marsh; Rutherford Beach for shell collecting.
This stunning 1963 ½ #Ford #Galaxie 500 (with a '68 429 engine under the hood) cruises the scenic Creole Nature Trail in Southwest Louisiana during the premiere episode of American Detours www.AmericanDetoursTV.com