Berry Creek Cabins

Address: 12101 George Jenkins Road, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 70427, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 12101 George Jenkins Road, Bogalusa.
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      Meeting a master genealogist

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 16, 2014

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      Returned to the Mile Branch Settlement at the fair. We were able to park at the local school and get a shuttle bus back and forth to the fair, saving a lot of walking. This town is packed with people for the fair- even on a weekday. We walked through the Mile Branch, and viewed the "Senior Ladies Promenade." Senior ladies in the community compete for authentic frontier dresses. They even bring in some ladies from the local nursing ...

      Patriots before a storm

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... I crave up north is a good po-boy! I had shrimp and Kerry had oyster. Delicious! We then drove over to Fairview-Riverside State Park on the Tchefuncte River, just a couple of miles above Lake Pontchartrain.

      General Andrew Jackson had stayed near here the night before sailing across the Lake, in November 1814, after he passing through the settlement where Jemima and her family lived. In December, the Louisiana Militia ...

      Down in the bayou

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 29, 2014

      5 photos

      ... everywhere, and the light was much darker. Looking further into the swamp it felt quite eerie. There were also very large Bald Cypress trees with the arial roots ( called knees) like mangrove roots. In our flat bottomed boat we pushed right into the swamp. We followed narrow waterways with purple irises ( the Louisiana state flower) looking for snakes hanging from trees, but did not find any. We were advised that it was likely because it was a cooler, wet day today, anyway I was ...

      Fontainebleau State Park

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 01, 2013

      13 photos

      ... are located within walking distance of each other with about 141 sites. Most backin but a good number of huge pull- throughs. Mandeville is a short drive away like 2 miles for shopping etc and the Tammany Trace bike trail (32 miles) is just outside the park ranger station. The bike trail goes from Covington to Slidell. Sites are not that private but the park is peaceful. Cost was varies but about $19 a ...

      WHEELS

      A travel blog entry by annettekulle on Sep 25, 2010

      5 comments, 3 photos

      ... with a Dixie Cup of vanilla ice cream. It was quite tasty.

      We went to the tour of the Plantation House at our campground. The "tour guide" was the owner, a 50-something guy who sold his newspaper publishing businesses and was traveling around with his wife when they came across an auction of the contents of this 1870 mansion. When they finished the contents they put the house on sale. As ...