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Travel a network of Indian footpaths and mission trails, western passages in sync with the Louisiana Purchase, historically know as the Crossroads.

As you journey the trails, routes and byways, allow the scenic views to evoke images of times gone by. The natives, the Spanish and French, all the pioneers and settlers who were such an important part of making this region what it is today. Visit the places, paths, rivers and landscapes of the diverse people who travelled, worked and lived here. From   pre-historic tribes to outlaws, missionaries and blues singers, there are fantastic discoveries awaiting you!


Parish Paths  of  Adventure and Discovery

Avoyelles / Cathoula


Corn Club & 4-H State Museum


Solomn Northup Trail 

"Twelve Years a Slave"


Troyville Indian Mound


Four Rivers Delta


Concordia / Grant / LaSalle


Delta Music Museum


Home Town of Jerry Lee Lewis


The mighty Mississippi


Historical Riots & Indian Treasures


Olla oil & White Sulphur Springs

Natchitoches / Rapides


Louisiana's Oldest Settlement


Poste des Rapides & Kent House


Kisatchie Refuge & Lost tribes of the "rapides"


1800's Plantation & Cathedrial


Sabine / Vernon / Winn


River of Cypress & Dogtrots


Rawhide Fight & Lost School


The Murrell Gang


West Clan & Jesse & Frank James &  


The Legends of Coochie Brake


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