Located in downtown Pineville, along the banks of the Red River, and includes a visitor’s center with Civil War artifacts, an elevated boardwalk around both forts, and an overlook of Bailey’s Dam. Admission charged. Hours: 9 am-5 pm Wednesday-Sunday Cost: $4.00 Adults & Students, Seniors 62+ free, Ages 12 and under free
Four Seasons Bowling Center
Synthetic 40 lane bowling center. Smoke free building. League play available. Friday night 10 PM-2 AM Tunes & Ten Pins. Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 12 noon-10:30 PM, Friday 12 PM-2 AM, Saturday 12 PM-12 AM Cost: $4.50/game per person, $3.00 shoe rental
Experience an 1800-acre historical working cotton plantation and museum where modern computerized technology is used in ongoing ginning and farming operations. Furnished slave cabins; Smithsonian quality, antique steam gin; 19 historical buildings. To commemorate the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Frogmore Plantation is offering a special tour - a concise but complete history of the Civil War on plantations, including causes beginning with our constitution, conflicts between Confederates and Unionists, economics and politics that fueled the fires, and effects on slaves and owners. Make your reservations today! Hours: 9 am-3 pm Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm Saturday *Please arrive at least 1 ½ hrs. prior to closing Cost: $12.00 Adults, $5.00 Grades 1-12, Ages 5 and under free
Gone Wild Safari
It may not be Africa, but it's close! Experience a wild animal safari right here in Central Louisiana. With more than 150 wild animals roaming free outside your safari wagon, this adventure doesn't even require a passport! Animal favorites include the zorse, zebras and giraffe. Hours: 9 am-5 pm Sunday-Saturday Cost: $12.00 Adults, $10.00 Seniors, $8.00 Children 3-12, Ages 2 and under free
Come Ride with Us! We provide guided trail rides in Kisatchie National Forest. (Your horse or ours!) Visit us at our website.
Kent Plantation House
Completed in 1800, this French Creole Plantation house is the oldest standing structure in Central Louisiana. The Creole house and period outbuildings depict plantation life between 1795 and 1855. Open-hearth cooking and other special presentations are offered every Wednesday, October through April. Guided tours offered every hour. Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Saturday Cost: $8.00 Adults, $7.00 Seniors 65+/Military/AAA Members, $3.00 Children 6-12, Ages 6 and under free
An escape room is a new way to spend your weekend, having a work team-building outing, or a unique date night. In an escape room, players are locked into a themed room and challenged to get out within an hour. Explore the room for clues, hidden messages, and codes as you race the clock to try and get out before the clock runs out!
Do you have what it takes to escape in 60 minutes?
Kisatchie National Forest
The Kisatchie National Forest offers several opportunities for visitors to enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of Central Louisiana. Groups can view or stop at recreation areas, view endangered species or geologic sites, or participate in tree identification. The national forest includes Kincaid Recreation Area, Valentine Lake Recreation Area, and the Wild Azalea Trail. Hours: Recreation Areas Open Daily Cost: Fees vary depending on location
Lecompte High School
Built in 1924, this high school has been completely restored and is on the National Historic Register. It includes a farm museum, war memorial, library, a veteran's memorial room, more than 2,000 historic photographs, and Louisiana History Museum. Lecompte High School Hours: Open by appointment only Cost: Free Admission
Louisiana History Museum
Find out why Louisiana did not have dinosaurs. Learn about Jim Bowie and the Frontier, area men and the Civil War, the construction of Bailey's Dam, and more! Housed in a National Historic Register Building, this extensive genealogical resource includes colonial archives and French and Spanish records for the Louisiana territory. Forty large exhibits focusing on Central Louisiana can be seen in the Musum. Louisiana History Museum Hours: 10 am-4 pm Tuesday-Saturday Cost: Free Admission