Indian Creek Campground

Address: 53013 West Fontana Road, Independence, Louisiana, 70443, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 53013 West Fontana Road, Independence.
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Independence, LA

A travel blog entry by 5thwheel13 on Apr 15, 2014

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Went grocery shopping
Walked around campground and had cookout-beautiful day

Meeting a master genealogist

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 16, 2014

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... tell about each lady and her life and family. It was a nice change from the typical beauty pageants that you see.

While there a lady told us about the "Genealogy Booth." We had missed it on our way in. We stopped by on the way out and seated at the table was E. Russ Williams. He is a noted genealogist on this area, and has published many books which are used by genealogists researching this area. One is "Kinsmen All." He ...

Franklinton Free Fair and St. Helena Parish

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 15, 2014

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... pioneering north of Lake Pontchartrain were mostly Scotch-Irish Protestants, so when the rebellion of 1810 ended Spanish control, they formed a small congregation, and in 1812 built the church. Daniel Morris was one of the early preachers, and it is likely that this building is where Jemima and her family attended church.

Other authentic cabins depicted the typical homes and lifestyles of pioneers of ...

Patriots before a storm

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 13, 2014

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... From there we traveled down the river to Fountainbleau State Park- the site of an abandoned sugar plantation built by Bernard de Marigny de Mandeville in 1829. We walked out the dock that overlooked the lake. The water was gray and full of white caps with an oncoming storm.

We drove north of the lake to my old home of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. It has always been one of my favorite places; since my children were babies there ...

Getting ready for New Orleans

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Feb 08, 2013

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... at the site very much so we'll be okay here. Once we were set up, we biked along the trails in the park. Some of the trails were flooded and one trail which had an extensive boardwalk was severely damaged during hurricane Katrina has still not been repaired. We rode until we saw the 'Do Not Feed The Alligators’ sign. We felt that was far enough.

Our friends Marie and David, who live near the park, visited us after we were set up. ...

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