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Crossroads of the South
V I S I T O R I N F O R M A T I O N
Location Tangipahoa Parish is located in Southeast Louisiana, 45 miles east of Baton Rouge and 58 miles north of New Orleans. Situated at the intersection of Interstates 55 and 12, Tangipahoa Parish is known as the Crossroads of the South. www.tangitourism.com www.tangitourism.com
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Driving Distances..............................................................4 Visitor Information.............................................................5 Welcome...................................................................6 Meet Tangipahoa Kentwood..............................................................9 Camp Moore....................................................................10 Amite.......................................................................13 Independence........................................................15 Hammond...............................................................17 Tangipahoa African American Museum.........................22 Ponchatoula...............................................................24 City-Wide Yard Sale.........................................................28 Ponchatoula Antique Trade Days....................................29 Ponchatoula Antique City Directory..........................30-31 Accommodations Hotels.............................................................42-46 Campgrounds................................................55-56 Bed & Breakfast..............................................................57
Every effort was made to ensure accuracy of the information in this guide as of press time. (1/14) However, some dates and times may change. Please visit www.tangitourism.com for complete and updated information.
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Tangipahoa Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau 13143 Wardline Rd. Hammond, LA 70401 (800)542-7520 or (985)542-7520 Fax: (985)542-7521 www.tangitourism.com State-Of-The-Art Visitor Information Center Exit 32 Off I-55 N. Information Kiosks Complimentary Wi-Fi & Coffee Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:00 Saturday & Sunday 9:00 – 3:00
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- To Tangipahoa Parish!
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Tangipahoa Parish is our home and just like good friends, we welcome you to our home. Conveniently located fifty minutes from New Orleans, forty minutes from Baton Rouge and sixty minutes from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Tangipahoa Parish offers big city excitement with a small town atmosphere. Our restaurants are considered some of the best in the state. Our hotels, campgrounds, and bed and breakfasts are second to none. Our attractions are first-class and our people are some of the friendliest you’ll find in the country. On behalf of the Parish Administration and the Tangipahoa Parish Council, I welcome you to Tangipahoa Parish, and I hope your stay here is one filled with many pleasant memories. Gordon Burgess Tangipahoa Parish President
Each year Tangipahoa Parish welcomes visitors from across the country to our area. As these visitors spend time in our great parish, they soon discover the variety of activities Tangipahoa Parish has to offer. Whether it is one of our many unique fairs and festivals, a cultural event at Southeastern Louisiana University, or exploring our local history on the back roads, Tangipahoa Parish has something for everyone. We’re glad you’re here! We thank you for visiting our parish and if there is anything we can do to make your stay better, please feel free to call one of the travel professionals at the Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau. Buddy Pugh Chairman, Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau
Welcome! - Northern Tangipahoa
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November 22-23, 2014 (Sat.-Sun.) Gates open 9am - Close 4pm Both Days open 9am-close 4pm State Hwy #51 Tangipahoa, LA Regular Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
985-229-2438 70640 Camp Moore Rd. Kentwood, LA 70444 Reenactor drills, demonstrations, skirmishes (battle,) food, soî‚? drinks hamburgers, etc. will be sold. Also souvenirs, books, etc.
, incorporated in 1891, and named a f te r s e tt l e r A m o s K e n t , i s a b ea u t i f u l a rea t h at e n c o m p a s s e s a c r e s o f d a i r y a n d g r a i n f a r m s . Kentwood celebrates their roots and their favorite daughter, Britney Spears, at the Kentwood Historical a n d C u l t u r a l A r t s Mu seu m. The memorabilia features a military exhibit to honor those who have served our country. Just south of Kentwood is the Camp Moore Civil War Museum. Originally a Confederate Training Facility, Camp Moore features a Civil War cemetery, a museum and Civil War reenactment the weekend before Thanksgiving.
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Kentwood Annual Event Calendar Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Parade January 2014
Sweet Home Museum Folklife Events
Black History Festival February 2014
Potluck Dinner February 2014
Great American Clean Up Day April 2014
Poetry Reading April 2014
Kentwood Recreation Football Camp July 2014
Memorial Day Observation May 30
Kentwood Christmas Parade December 2014
Annual Fochia V. Wilson Memorial Exhibit June 2014
Event: Fair Carnival Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 February 22, 2014 Time: To be Determined Place: Downtown Kentwood, LA Event: Mardi Gras Parade Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014 Time: To be Determined Placed: Downtown Kentwood, LA Event: Mardi Gras Ball Date: Saturday, March 1, 2014 Time: To be Determined Place: Kentwood Lions Club ă€€
Juneteenth June 19, 2014 Art Exhibit August 2014 Annual Folklife Festival October 2014 Christmas Singing December 2014
Camp Moore Confederate Museum
Camp Moore Confederate Museum
Today, Camp Moore is a museum and is home to hundreds of artifacts. It has a genealogy library where visitors can research names of ancestors or look up some little known fact in the library. Volunteers are eager to share their knowledge - help with a little research or recount the many stories of Camp Moore written and documented in letters and diaries. The weekend before Thanksgiving, every year, Camp Moore hosts a Civil War re-enactment. Lawn chairs and blankets are strongly recommended to provide comfort to the visitors watching the Union attacks on the camp - finally disabling it in 1864. All other times of the year, Camp Moore is open Wednesday - Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM . The last tour begins at 3PM.
Welcome! - Central Tangipahoa
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Learn through Touch! www.globalwildlife.com 26389 Highway 40 Folsom, La. 70437 985-796-3585
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Amite Little Theatre
, incorporated in 1861, is the parish seat. Located in the center of Tangipahoa Parish, it is easily accessible from any location within the area. Amite is well known for its oyster industry, dating back to 1949, and hosts the annual Oyster Festival each March. Downtown Amite is on the rebound with a number of quaint shops and unique stores. Just east of Amite is some of the prettiest rolling countryside you will ever see. Here you will find nurseries, horse and cattle pastures, the skeet club, Springview Country Club and the Sandy-hollow Wildlife Management area. Amite lies at the crossroads of Highway 51 North and South and Highway 16 East and West. Interstate 55 is to the west just outside city limits. The Illinois Central Railroad runs through the town with businesses and residences on either side. Everyone needs a break from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Amite offers an educational, entertaining, and relaxing environment. The Tangipahoa Parish Fair and the Chamber of Commerce Bon A ppet ite Festival, both held in October, are among the social functions which can be enjoyed by old and young alike. A Christmas parade is a great way to end the year.
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, “Little Italy” of Louisiana, was created as a result of the New Orleans to Jackson route of the Great Northern Railroad in the 1880’s. It was first called “Rabbit Town” and later called “Uncle Sam”. Feeling a lack of dignity in the name, a Welch immigrant named Christopher Evens gave the settlement the name of Independence. Italian families searching for a place to settle in the 1880’s were attracted by the thriving strawberry industry of the area. Independence slowly became a predominately Sicilian/Italian community. It is more diverse culturally today but is still characterized by its excellent Italian cuisine and its hard working and friendly people.
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Welcome! - Southern Tangipahoa
S O U T H E R N T A N G I P A H O A
by Katie Wainwright
Spend a delightful day in Downtown Hammond, Tan-
gipahoa Parish’s Cultural Center. Thomas Street is a lively, happening place. Southeastern Louisiana University’s Columbia Theatre, 220 East Thomas Street, starts the Cultural Season with October Fanfare, a month-long celebration featuring Broadway shows and musical entertainment. The stage productions continue all year long. One of the fastest growing universities in the nation, Southeastern is a constant source of creative, scholarly and
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recreational programs for our area.
Across the street, 217 East Thomas Street, the Hammond Regional Art Center brings the best in art to residents and visitors. Walk in and view exhibits by local artists or imports from major museums. Traveling with children? The Louisiana Children’s Discovery Center, 113 North Cypress Street, is an amazing place to learn and explore the culture of the area. The hands-on discovery center experience—passenger in a rising balloon, EMT worker riding an ambulance, helper in a pet hospital, fisherman in a shrimp boat, to name a few— will not soon be forgotten. Stop and have lunch
Italian, Mexican, French or Southern restaurants. Drop in
at a wine bar or a little café for refreshments. Browse in exceptional boutiques.
to paint at an art shop or discover an old-fashioned
market. The hours will fly by. Want to keep going? Visit the Downtown Development District, 2 West Thomas Street, and get a list of coming attractions. Or stop at the Chamber of Commerce Office, 400 Northwest Railroad Avenue, and help yourself to free brochures and useful information. You’ll want to come back! And we’re delighted to have you!
Harry McKneely and Son Funeral Homes and Crematory
“Srving Yu Fmil ith Dgnity, Sncerity n Resct” Ssan K. McKneely, Owne
Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Imagine the effect of viewing 23 eight by four foot murals which tell the story of African American plight from Africa, slavery, and life in America. This emotional journey is best experienced through a guided tour from TAAHM facility. While visiting, view the additional offerings: exhibits featuring inventions by African Americans, the Underground Railroad, the Buffalo Soldiers, the artists exchange room, the genealogy lab, a live recording studio, the dinner theater, the banquet hall, and of course the gift shop.
1600 Phoenix Square, Hammond, LA 70403 985-542-4259 www.taahm.org 22
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,the oldest incorporated city in the parish, is host of the popular Strawberry Festival every Spring. Ponchatoula is also known around t h e co u nt r y a s A m er i c a’s Antique City, with numerous art, antique and handcrafted items in the many restored old buildings in the downtown area. St ro l l l e i s u re l y down the historic main street of Ponchatoula and rediscover where the past meets the present and life is a little more laid back. From the moment you arrive, merchants greet you w i t h a h u g e g r i n a n d a f r i en d l y “ he y y ’a l l”. E n j o y a s t e a m i n g c u p o f coffee at one of the many cafes and restaurants. Find that ‘one of a kind’ item that would look perfect in your home at any of the antique shops. Play dress up at one of the upscale boutiques located in this four block area known as America’s Antique City. Warm smiles abound as you meander through this step back in time. www.ponchatoulachamber.com
APRIL 11-13, 2014 RIDES GAMES FOOD MUSIC PARADE OVER 70 FOOD BOOTHS OPERATED BY NON PROFITS www.lastrawberryfestival.com
I’ll never forget that day … early one Saturday morning in June … I’d just awakened and stepped out on my deck to enjoy a yawn and a stretch when suddenly both were interrupted by what I saw a few houses over across the park. Cars, pickups, SUV’s, and mini-vans were pulling off the side street at all angles with drivers and passengers jumping out and hurrying across a yard. Oh, no, I thought, something must have happened to my neighbor! Heart pounding, mouth agape but yawn forgotten, I heard more doors slamming down my own street. Same scene, different house. Surely couldn’t be two emergencies … That’s when it hit me – it was the day of the first Ponchatoula City Wide Yard Sale! And “first” is what it turned out to be… For with the quality of the items, the welcoming friendliness of our people and the bargain of the prices … It’s now the “Annual Ponchatoula City Wide Yard Sale” taking place the first Saturday of each June and stretching well beyond the city limits! Participating residents, churches, schools, organizations and businesses pay a small fee to have their locations highlighted on a map of our area and are given special yard sale signs to display. On the big day, Chamber of Commerce members stand on downtown corners handing out the free maps to happy shoppers. Some folks are so eager to get started they don’t even stop for the maps, choosing to scurry from street to street and road to road stopping at all the signs and sales. Lots of laughter and friendly chatting surround even the most serious bargain hunters Plan to get in on the fun but be sure to come early and with an empty vehicle as you’ll be leaving with a full one! For more information, visit www.ponchatoulachamber.com.
By Kathryn J. Martin Enjoy a festival-like atmosphere but without pressing crowds and parking a mile or more away? Ponchatoula offers just that each first full weekend in March and again in November! Along the tracks you’ll find tents galore set up displaying everything from buckles to birdhouses, buttons to bags, coins to candles, crockery to crocheting, ornaments to ornate barn woods, doll and dog clothes to dishes, kitchen needs to Coke bottles, political buttons to plants, jars to jams – and that’s not even the half of it! Metal sculptures, cypress lawn furniture, neon signs, paintings – not to mention all the foods available both in the tents and the restaurants nearby offering everything from comfort foods to fine dining. And the children aren’t left out with fun things like face painting, pony rides and a petting zoo to name a few. The stores downtown get in on the act as well with extra booths outside and special bargains inside and out. Each store is different and collectors and shoppers come year ‘round from distant states to load up on collectibles and antiques such as art, furniture, old advertising signs, toys, jewelry, turquoise, stones, rocks and shells and plenty more. As if that’s not enough, the Louisiana Chapter of the Train Collectors Association (an International Non-Profit organization of railroad enthusiasts) sets up layouts and vendor booths in the gym of a local downtown church. All this and more within short walking distance. And forget what your mama said about not talking to strangers. All the “ooohing” and “ahhhing” is meant to be shared with the smiling friendly folks you’ll meet. So charter a bus or come by yourself for some enjoyable ambling, admiring and eating on these unforgettable weekends!
Ponchatoula, LA. Antique City
Antique Shops Acquisitions of the Bygone Antique Mall 152 W. Pine St. (985)467-0680 Sun. 12PM-5PM / Wed.- Sat. 10:30AM-5PM CJ’s Antiques & Collectibles 160 SE Railroad Ave. (985)386-0026 Mon-Sun. 8AM-6PM Oldies And Goodies Antiques & Collectibles 138 W. Pine St. (985)386-0150 Wed.-Sun. 10AM-5PM Ponchatoula Antiques & Statuary 400 SW Railroad Ave. (985)386-7809 Wed. - Sun. 9AM - 4PM Roussel’s & Co. 177 W. Pine St. (985)386-9097 Tue. - Sat. 10AM - 5PM Trail’s End Antiques 157 E. Pine St. (985)386-5776 Sun. 12PM - 5PM / Mon. - Sat. 10AM-5PM
Gifts & Handmade Crafts Ponchatoula Country Market 10 E. Pine St. (985)386-9580 Sun. 12PM-5PM / Mon. - Sat. 10AM - 5PM See ad page 25
Restaurants / Caterers Bantaa’s LeFleur de Lis 111 N. 6th St. (985)386-0710 Mon. - Fri. 8AM - 3PM See ad page 26 Berrytown Corner Cafe 100 W. Pine St. (985)386-5575 Tues. - Fri. 7AM - 2PM Sat. - 7AM - 3PM / Sun.- 8AM - 2PM La Carreta Mexican Cuisine 147 NW Railroad Ave. (985)370-0930 Mon. - Sun. 11AM - 10PM See ad page 16 Middendorf’s Seafood Restaurant 30160 U.S. 51, South Akers, LA (985)386-6666 Wed. - Sun. 10:30AM - 9PM See ad page 32 Paul’s Cafe 100 E. Pine St. (985)386-9581 7 Days a Week 6AM - 2:30PM See ad page 26
Specialty Shops, Information Center & Museum Ponchatoula Chamber of Commerce 109 W. Pine St. (985)386-2356 Mon.-Fri. 10AM-3PM Collinswood Museum 100 E. Pine St. Fri. & Sat. 10AM - 4PM
“Home of the World Famous Origina Thin Fried Catfish”
“Celebrating 80 years of Thin Fried Catfish” Beautiful Sunsets across Lake Maurepas & Outdoor Waterfront Dining, Weather Permitting. 30160 Hwy 51 South, Akers (I-55, Exit 15 Manchac) Open Wednesday - Sunday 10:30 am - 9:00 pm (985) 386-6666 middendorfsrestaurant.com
110 Westin Oaks Drive , Hammond, LA, US, 70403 Phone: (985) 429-0120 Fax: (985) 429-0015 www.comfortinn.com/hotels/la130 Bus Parking Elevator Exercise Room F Free Coffee Free Hot Breakfast Free Newspaper Mon-Fri Government Travelers: FEM Approved FEMA Guest Use Copy Machine
Guest Use Fax Machine Guest Laundry Hi-Speed Web Access Indoor Heated Pool Interior Corridors Meeting Room No Pets Allowed Outdoo Outdoor Parking Phone for Hearing Impaired Truck Parking
2010 South Morrison Blvd Off Interstate 55 Hammond, LA 70403 Phone: 985-542-9425 Fax: 985-542-8011
Free Local Calls Free Morning Coffee Free Expanded Cable Kids Stay Free Pets Allowed Handicap Accessible Res Restaurant Nearby Airport Nearby Outdoor Swimming Pool www.motel6.com
200 Westin Oaks Dr. I-55 and Hwy. 190 Hammond, LA 70403-3436 US Phone: 985-429-8088
Alarm Clock Radio Children 17 and under FREE With Parent Expanded Cable Television featuring HBO, ESPN & Fox News Free High Speed Internet Free Local Telephone Calls Iron & Ironing Boards Free SuperStart Breakfast Hairdryer Micro-Fridge Outdoor Swimming Pool
Ponchatoula Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham 727 West Pine St. Ponchatoula, LA 70454 (985)386-8866 www.microtelinn.com exit 26 H O T E L S
Enjoy comfort and convenience at the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Ponchatoula. Located in downtown Ponchatoula, LA, just sixty miles from the New Orleans French Quarter, our hotel features an outdoor pool along with free Wi-Fi to ensure you have everything you need, whether you are passing through the area for business or enjoying a family vacation in Louisiana. See ad page 40.
Hammond Best Western Hammond Inn & Suites 107 Duo Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)419-2001 www.bestwesternlouisiana.com exit 40 Our location, with close proximity to the highway, is why many guests choose to stay with us. We make you feel right at home with a free breakfast. Best Western offers spacious accommodations and luxury bedding for a great nightâ€™s sleep. See ad page 33.
Colonial Inn 200 Seale Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)345-2953 exit 40 Colonial Inn in Hammond Louisiana has 45 remodeled rooms. We pride ourselves in offering clean and comfortable lodging and each room is complete with Microwave, Refrigerator, Cable TV with HBO, hair dryers, Iron & Ironing Board (upon request) and High Speed Internet access.Guests will enjoy all of these amenities plus Free Continental breakfast, Free parking and Free Local Calls. See ad page 33.
Comfort Inn 110 Westin Oaks Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)429-0120 www.comfortinn.com exit 31 Offering several great amenities. Free local calls, bus parking, high speed internet, and continental breakfast! Hotel includes indoor heated pool and exercise room. See ad page 34.
110 Westin Oak Drive , Hammond, LA, US, 70403
Days Inn 2150 S.W. Railroad Ave. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)419-1000 www.daysinn.com exit 40
Friendly Inn 43076 S. Airport Rd. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)542-9939 www.hammondfriendlyinn.com
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Youâ€™ll always find friendly service from friendly folks at Friendly Inn in Hammond. Located just off Exit 42 on I-12 in Hammond, the Friendly Inn offers clean rooms with the traditional Southern hospitality. This hotel also offers a free continental breakfast, free local calls, cable TV, plus much more. See ad page 34.
Hammond Motel 1909 W. Thomas St. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)345-5730 exit 28 Hampton Inn 401 Westin Oaks Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)419-2188 www.hamptoninn.com
This three-story interior corridor hotel with an elevator has 78 regular guest rooms and three suites. The hotel offers hot breakfast, business center with free high speed internet, wireless internet throughout the hotel, a fitness center, coin laundry services, free parking, and an outdoor pool. All rooms are very spacious and are equipped with microwaves, refrigerators, hair dryers, clocks, coffee makers, iron and ironing board and cable television. See ad page 35.
Holiday Inn 1819 S.W. Railroad Ave. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)662-3877 www.holidayinn.com exit 40 Guests will appreciate the complimentary high-speed Internet access, business center, and on-site restaurant. The Holiday Inn Hammond Northshore Hotel offers exceptional service, modern amenities, and a convenient location that puts the best of Louisiana at your fingertips. See ad page 36.
LaQuinta Inn & Suites 42126 Veterans Ave. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)345-4742 www.lq.com exit 40
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The brand new La Quinta Inn & Suites Hammond is located in the heart of the medical district. Weâ€™re also located very near numerous restaurants and great shopping. The antique shopping district of Ponchatoula, the boutique shopping of downtown Hammond, LA and a multi screen movie theatre, is within a 5 minute drive. See ad page 37.
Lexington Inn 46053 N. Puma Dr. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)345-0003 www.lexingtoninnhammond.com exit 32 We welcome you to the Lexington Inn Hammond where our property has been newly renovated for 2013. All our guest rooms include a 32â€? LCD flat screen TV with HBO and ESPN, complimentary Wi-Fi and secure hard-wired internet access. Additionally, each room has a microwave, mini refrigerator, coffee maker and free full hot breakfast every morning. See ad page 38.
Motel 6 2010 S. Morrison Blvd. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)542-9425 www.motel6.com exit 28 At Motel 6 we welcome our guests 24 hours a day with a comfortable, pet friendly environment at the lowest rates of any national chain. Relax and enjoy all that Motel 6 has to offer. Free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms, and a coin laundry facility available. See ad page 41.
Magnuson Grand Hotel & Conference Center 2000 S. Morrison Blvd. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)345-0556 www.magnusongrandhotelhammond.com exit 28 Magnuson hotel is located at exit 28 off of I-55. Magnuson hotel offers large and small conference rooms, indoor and outdoor pools and a restaurant. Indoor atrium rooms and bar can be found in our spacious lobby. See ad page 39.
Super 8 200 Westin Oaks Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)429-8088 www.super8.com
Offering several great amenities. Free local calls, parking, high speed internet, and breakfast! Rooms include hairdryer, microfridge, and HBO. See ad page 41. 200 Westin Oak Dr. I-55 and Hwy 190 Hammond, LA 70403-3436 US
Phone: 985-429-8088 Fax: 985-429-1889
- Alarm Clock Radio - Children 17 and under FREE With Parent
Supreme Inn - Expanded Cable Television featuring HBO, ESPN & Fox News - Free High Speed Internet 2001 S.W. Railroad Ave. - Free Local Telephone Calls Hammond, LA 70403 - Free Parking - Free SuperStart Breakfast F (985)345-1900 - Hairdryer - Micro-Fridge www.supremeinn.com exit 40
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- Outdoor Swimming Pool - RV or Truck Parking
The Western Inn 14175 Hwy. 190 W. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)542-8555
Value Place 408 Westin Oaks Dr. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)345-8585 www.valueplace.com
Villa Moderne Motel 230 N. Morrison Blvd. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)542-6093
190 Motel 3603 Hwy. 190 W. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)345-3582
Amite Colonial Inn 11255 Hwy. 16 Amite, LA 70422 (985)748-3202
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Comfort Inn 1117 W. Oaks St. Amite, LA 70422 (985)748-5550 www.comfortinn.com
Holiday Inn Express & Suites 60043 Westway Dr. Amite, LA 70422 (985)747-0400 www.hiexpress.com
KENTWOOD Kentwood Plaza 802 Ave. G Kentwood, LA 70444 (985)229-1910
Lodge Covey Rise 24009 Singing Waterfall Rd. Husser, LA 70442 (985)747-0310
Calloway RV & Campground 14154 Club Deluxe Rd. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)542-8094 See ad on page 47 exit 28
Hidden Oaks Campground 21544 Hwy. 190 E. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)345-9244 www.hiddenoaksfamilycampground.com See ad on page 48
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exit 42 or 47
Punkin Park Campground 43037 Billville Rd. Hammond, LA 70403 (225)567-3418 See ad on page 51 exit 35
Sweetwater Campground & Riding Stables 57056 N. Cooper Rd. Loranger, LA 70446 (985)878-6868 or (877)890-6868 www.sweetwater-campground.com See ad on page 52 exit 40
Tchefuncte Campground 54492 Campground Rd. Folsom, LA 70437 (985)796-3654 or (866)796-3654 www.tchefunctecampground.com See ad on page 53 exit 47 C A M P G R O U N D S
Indian Creek Campground & RV Park 53013 W. Fontana Rd. Independence, LA 70443 (985)878-6567 See ad on page 49 exit 40
Yogi Bearâ€™s Jellystone Park 46049 Hwy. 445 N. Robert, LA 70455 (985)542-1507 or (800)349-YOGI www.jellystonela.com See ad on page 54 exit 47
Natalbany Creek Campground Cabins & RV Park 30218 Hwy.16 W. (985)748-4311 www.natalbanycreekcampground.net See ad on page 50 exit 46
Bed & Breakfast Hammond Hemmerling Guest House 109 N. Magnolia St. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)542-5484 www.hemmerlingguesthouse.com EXIT 40
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Hughes House 300 N. Holly St. Hammond, LA 70401 (985)542-0148 www.hughesBB.com
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Michabelle Inn 1106 S. Holly St. Hammond, LA 70403 (985)419-0550 www.michabelle.com EXIT 40
Amite Blythewood Plantation 400 Daniel St. Amite, LA 70422 (985)748-5886 www.blythewood-plantation.com EXIT 46
Roseland Star C. Ranch 62058 Simpson Ln. Roseland, LA 70456 (985)748-9062 www.starcranch.net EXIT 46 www.tangitourism.com www.tangitourism.com www.tangitourism.com
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