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Lousiana Gulf Coast

Plaquemines Parish is Louisiana’s most southern parish and is located where the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico meet. With this prime location, one can only imagine how stunning Plaquemines is, with all of its waterways, bayous, fishing spots and hunting grounds. In fact, Plaquemines Parish produces millions of pounds of shrimp, oyster and crab each year, contributing greatly to Louisiana’s seafood industry.

For nature lovers who are interested in an outdoor activity, embracing the natural beauty, habitat and resources of Louisiana, the Creole Nature Trail is the perfect place to visit. Locals and visitors alike will feel at-one with nature when coming to the Creole Nature Trail, which is also known as the All-American Road.

With more than 3,000 miles of Louisiana shoreline waiting for you - there is something for everyone along Louisiana's coast. Watch this video for ideas on fun things to do and find out where to request your FREE Louisiana Getaway Guide.

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