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Old 02-16-2009, 05:24 AM   #1
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Getting close to my last days in Ga and I'd
like to head back to Fl and then visit "Cajun
Country".Does anyone have recent information concerning the area?I'm not interested in New Orleans proper,but all information will be much
appreciated.Your itinerary?points of interest and mainly Food places recommendations as well as CG,Many thanks to all replies....araucano.

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Our resident Cajun, Don W5IT should be along here and offer his advice.


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Old 02-17-2009, 06:40 AM   #3
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Lots to see in Cajun country,I will past a few links. http://www.louisianatravel.com/eat/
May 1 to 3rd is the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival and always a winner. http://www.bbcrawfest.com/
Lots of good food in the Lafayette area but we always like to go by Prejeans
Avery Island is also a must see.
A real nice little RV park.
http://www.bettysrvpark.com/ and be sure to stop by Landrys seafood for the daily lunch buffet on hwy 90 W in New Ibera LA super Cajun Buffet.
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Here is a couple of the best Casino's for RV's


Lafayette is our favorite city or town in LA.

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Go to Lake Charles, LA. The L’Auberge du Lac Casino has THE best buffet that I have ever seen. So much delicious food. We stayed at the Cypress RV park in Iowa LA, just a short drive from St Charles.
Darn, I am getting hungry just thinking about that buffet.
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Old 03-01-2009, 07:17 AM   #5
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Well, New Orleans is not Cajun country for sure. But I second the recommendation for Lafayette. Spent two winters there and am still trying to take of the weight I gained. Truly "Gods Country".
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Old 03-01-2009, 07:54 AM   #6
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Hiya Bubba:
Thanks for your reply......
Did you stay in an RV park during your stay in
Lafayette?Any place you'd like to recommend?
Thank to each and everyone for your replies!
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Check out Cajun Palms RV Park which is 15 miles east of Lafayette on I-10. Take the Henderson exit (#115) and go north about 3/4 mile and its on the right. There web site is www.cajunpalms.com All cement, LARGE pool Large hot tub and it's gated. A site on the lake is about $35.00/night. Crawfish Town is right next stoor. Enjoy yourself where ever you stay.

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