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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Louisiana’s Crossroads Region

The Crossroads Region of Louisiana is the center of the state, and while it was once known as “No Man’s Land” there is much to see and do in this beautiful place. The name “No Man’s Land” comes from the Louisiana Purchase, in which the Crossroads region was not part of the original deal. But that was long ago, and now this No Man’s Land is known for a rich and vibrant cultural scene, a beautiful and diverse natural habitat, and plenty for a camper to see and do.

The main camping draws of the Crossroads Region are the water sports, fishing, and hunting. The Kisatchie National Forest is 604,000 acres of woodlands dotted with campgrounds, lakes, ponds, and criss-crossed by rivers. Hunting is especially popular in these forests, and with the proper permit, Crossroads Region campers can hunt white-tailed deer, rabbit, squirrel, quail, various migratory game birds and waterfowl, feral hogs, coyotes, armadillos and beavers.

If you’re in the mood for culture and history, head to Natchitoches, the oldest city in Louisiana, settled in 1714 by the French. Visit the Dark Woods’ Lost Treasure Mining Company, the Cane River Brewing Company, the Briarwood Nature Preserve, and even take a ride on the Cane River Queen River Boat. Eat the fresh seafood, cajun and creole dishes at numerous award winning restaurants. And don’t miss Mama’s Oyster House for fresh oysters and live local music.

But whether you’re interested in fishing, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, running, canoeing, horseback riding, ATV riding--and especially camping--you can’t go wrong with the Crossroads Region of Louisiana.

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