4 Seasons Farm

The 4 Seasons Farm is a Produce Farm and Christmas tree Farm. Call for days and hours of operation. 2.5 miles east of Wal-Mart

Adai Indian Nation Cultural Center

The Cultural Museum, located on the Historic Site, allows visitors to experience a day in the life of the Adai Caddo Indians.

Also on the site is the historic St. Anne’s Catholic Church, the oldest in the Louisiana Purchase. The church played an important role in the converting of the Adai to Catholicism. Tours may be scheduled through the village.

Bayou Pierre Alligator Park

April to October Open Weekends Only
Park Hours 10AM - 5PM
380 Old Bayou Pierre Road 
Natchitoches, LA
Adults $8.95, Students $6.95

Explore the unique, mysterious, and exciting world of the American Alligator. This five-acre park is the largest of its kind in Louisiana, complete with Cajun music, Cajun cuisine, and LOTS of hungry alligators. From covered, protected walkways and platforms you’ll see hundreds of alligators in their natural environment.

Briarwood: Caroline Dormon Nature Preserve

During the Months of March, April, May, October & November
Open Saturday 9AM-5PM & Sunday 12PM-5PM

*Tours are available by appointment; call 318-576-3379

216 Caroline Dorman Rd.
Saline, LA 71070

A Foundation Is Established

Cane River Brewing Company

Our Story:
We say no wake zone because it represents everything that CRB is. From our founders to our philosophy, CRB believes in taking the time to slow down and enjoy the simple things in life. For us, that means great beer and even better company.

Our brewery is housed in a refurbished cotton gin building that is nearly a century old. The overlap between this historic space and the birth of a new business is a perfect representation of what Natchitoches is all about: rooted in history but constantly evolving.

Christmas in the Park (December)

Step into a magical winter wonderland as Dark Woods transforms for Christmas In The Park, Natchitoches’ newest holiday attraction. Gates open Thursday, December 3, 2015 to kick off the Christmas season. Experience over 4 acres of enchanting, lighted walkways and over 150,000 LED lights and displays that bring the woods to life! Stroll past the vast array of twinkling tree forms, through candy cane lane, all the while enjoying our lighted animal displays throughout the park.

City of Lights Christmas Tree Farm

City of Lights Tree Farm is a choose and cut Christmas tree farm offering several varieties of Leyland Cypress trees. We are family owned and operated.

Dark Woods Haunted House

Dark Woods Haunted House is located at 4343 University Parkway in Natchitoches, Louisiana between I-49 and Northwestern State University, just 1.5 miles from interstate. This fear-inducing, 17-acre outdoor adventure brings the horror, folk-tales, and legends of Louisiana and beyond together in a uniquely entertaining setting that plays on your worst fears. An immersive themed experience created by character actors, detailed costuming, realistic sets, and Hollywood-style special effects, produce an atmosphere of fright covering over one terrifying mile. You will, "Fear the Dark!"

Fort St. Jean Baptiste Historic Site

Begin your Natchitoches visit at Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site and gain a better understanding and appreciation of the customs and cultures of the early inhabitants of Natchitoches. Open Wednesday - Sunday 9AM-5PM

Birthplace Of French Natchitoches

Natchitoches was founded by a French Canadian, Louis Antoine Juchereau de St.Denis , in 1714 while he was en route to Mexico from Mobile, Alabama, on a trade mission.

Grand Ecore Visitors Center

106 Tauzin Island Road
Natchitoches, LA. 71457

Discovering The Red River