Historic Elizabeth Town Hall served as a hospital for the Industrial Lumber Company which was founded in 1907 by the Industrial Lumber Co. The hospital was built by the company in 1924, and still has the rope operated elevator. The building is listed in the National Historic Register for the State of Louisiana, according to Robert B. Blieux, State Historic Preservation officer.
For the past 20 years the
Grant Christmas Tree Farm has been hosting on the last weekend in
November and the first 2 weeks of December their Christmas Celebration
with homemade, big, cat-eye biscuits baked in an old fashion wood fired stove, these
biscuits are just like Grandma used to make, topped
with syrup fresh from the mule drawn cane press at the Grant Syrup Mill
is the order of the day! Including a petting zoo for the youngsters,
arts & crafts booths and to top it off you can hop on the old wagon
and enjoy an old time hayride. For more information please call 1- 800 - 987- NOEL (6635).
Oberlin Christmas Tree Farm is located three miles north of Oberlin, off Garcia Road. With Virginia Pines, Leland Cypress and Silver Smokes, there is a variety of Christmas trees to choose from to make your Christmas a very special one. When you drive into the driveway, you will feel as though you have taken a step back in history. You will see the 100 year old house, peacocks, turkeys and other animals. Come and enjoy a peaceful trip to the past. School tours are welcomed. For more information, please contact Doug Sonnier at 337-639-2817 on 126 Roy Sonnier Road.
The Allen Parish
Courthouse still resides on land that was bought on January 27, 1913,
for the sum of one dollar. The Courthouse was built in 1914 and still
has the original stained glass skylights in the court room.
you have an RV, you are more than welcome to visit Little Piney Park
located in Elizabeth, LA. A complete hookup is available. Showers
and bathrooms are also available. We have a real nice pavilion, stage,
and gazebo that you can rent. While enjoying the serene atmosphere of
Little Piney Park, grab a pole and try your hand at fishing because
Little Piney Park comes equipped with a very nice fishing hole. For
reservations, call (318) 634-5179.
West Bay Wildlife
Located right in the middle of the parish, this 60,000 acre game reserve is an ideal place for hunting deer, small game, fowl, and turkey. It is also a prime spot for bird watching and camping. The West Bay is also noted for the fruit orchards that abound in this fertile area. Lemons, peaches, may haws, blueberries, pecans, and muscadines are just a few delicacies this area is famous for.
(Click here to see map of location)
Methodist Retreat Center
Camp Pearl Bible Conference Center
Coushatta Casino Resort Louisiana’s premier casino resort land based casino.
Located 25 miles northeast of Lake Charles on US
165 (I-10 Exit 44 ) and five miles north of Kinder. Coushatta Casino
is Louisiana’s largest land based gaming resort with 3,200
slot machines and 80 table games, plus a 12-table live Poker room.
There are many restaurants to suit your taste located on the casino floor.
Kids Quest, the supervised children’s activity center, is
available for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age, and The Arcade at
Coushatta welcomes ages 12 and up.
More than 500 hotel rooms provide luxurious accommodations.
Red Shoes Park RV resort offers 108 pads plus 100 chalets.
Koasati Pines at Coushatta, the 18-hole par-72 championship golf
course, provides a challenging, yet relaxing, experience for novice and
experienced golfers alike. Coushatta
Resort is owned and operated by the Coushatta Tribe of
Phone 1-800-584-7263 for more information, or access the website at www.gccoushatta.com.
is known as the "Canoe Capital of Southwest Louisiana". The
Ouiska Chitto (Big Cane Creek) provides ideal water conditions for
canoeing. The area is very popular for fishing and boating as well. The
Calcasieu River (Screaming Eagle) runs just to the east; both waterways
have beautiful, sandy-white beaches. Mittie is also the home of the Old
Time Plow Days. Every year in September, you can see huge, Belgian
horses pulling old time plows demonstrating how plowing was done in days
past and at the end of the competition, a big supper and dance is held.
For more information call (337)
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A.B. Finke Park
Oberlin Baseball Complex
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5. Oak Ridge
14. Cherry Grove
15. Pine Chapel
22. Russell Manuel
24. Oaklin Springs
25. Lyle / Cole
27. St. John Baptist
38. Eternal Rest
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