Sportsmans Paradise

Address: 6830 Highway 56, Chauvin, Louisiana, 70344-2611, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 6830 Highway 56, Chauvin.
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        Travel Blogs from Chauvin

        Bayou Cane Cafe's Great Adventure

        A travel blog entry by bayoucanecafe on Jul 01, 2012

        July 1st was our opening day under new management. We had a full house... Shannon did a great job building up the customers of the old Big Eddie's Cafe. Now I just hope I can give the Cafe' the added touch and continue with the southern hospitality Louisiana is known for. If you and yours are ever in Bayou Country, stop by our little family style Coffee Shop and enjoy a great cup of hot coffee, beignets (french doughnuts) and meet some great ...

        Meet the Parents

        A travel blog entry by seeit on Jun 09, 2006

        I finally got to meet Matt's parents and youngest sister and see where he grew up. It was a great experience. His family is extremely nice and very welcoming. I loved learning more about my boyfriend and his life before me. It was also great to put faces with all the names. I met his immediate family, some of his cousins, one of his aunts, his grandparents, and some of his friends. Whew! What a weekend. Not to mention, I was his date to a friend's ...

        After the hurricane - a thoughtful visit

        A travel blog entry by lroff on Apr 26, 2006

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        A grey day with some rain threatening. Stopped at the Tourist place as I came into Louisiana. They made some recommendations about where to stay and what to do which I gratefully accepted. I was also guided by information in a friend's website as to places to go and things to see. Although New Orleans is only a couple of hours south of McComb (111 miles), it is a whole world away from it. As you come into town over the huge series of bridges between Lake Maurepas and ...

        New Orleans

        A travel blog entry by barefeet on Apr 01, 2006

        upon entering baton rouge, we stopped at the strangest gas station...ever. there was: a tiger. New Orleans was basically still a mess from Katrina...and the French Quarter smelled of puke and booze. We took a swamp tour of the bayou which was most excellent (after I obtained directions from ...

        Enjoying Alabama

        A travel blog entry by thesteeles on Mar 27, 2006

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        What a great time we have had in Alabama. The family I mentioned Mark and Denise Straul and their 6 kids were a real blessing.(see pictures) We had breakfast with them this morning. They are very nice and Keegan and Collin thoroughly enjoyed riding bikes with their boys and throwing the football. We did get some homeschooling in. Kelly wanted to take the boys to Belingrath Gardens.(see pictures) It was a good opportunity for Kelly ...