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    Welcome to Natchitoches (Nack-a-tish), Louisiana's oldest town, established in 1714.

    That quaint and perky town in the movie Steel Magnolias is real! Experience the charm of the original French colony in Louisiana, established 1714 and well known as the film site of "Steel Magnolias". Explore our Landmark Historic District with shopping, dining, and attractions plus historic fort sites, museums, and year around cultural events and festivals.

    Natchitoches is also recognized as the Bed & Breakfast Capital of Louisiana and home to the Cane River Creole National Historical Park at Oakland & Magnolia Plantations. The National Trust named our town one of the 2005 "Dozen Distinctive Destinations" for Historic Preservation.

2015 Natchitoches Relay for Life

Posted by on April 17th, 2015
Category Press Releases
RelayForLife_sq We are proud to announce that Relay For Life of Natchitoches Parish and the City of Natchitoches are joining forces in the fight against cancer! Join us on the riverbank in downtown historic Natchitoches April 24, 2015 at 6pm.

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Cane River Creole National Historical Park to host Junior Ranger Day at Oakland Plantation

Posted by on April 15th, 2015
Category Natchitoches Convention and Visitor's Bureau, Press Releases
Ed Huey On April 25, 2015, children and families are invited to visit Cane River Creole NHP’s Oakland Plantation for Junior Ranger Day. Junior Ranger Activity Stations will be set up throughout the park. The stations, which open at 10a.m. will allow children to learn about different aspects of plantation culture.

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Cane River Green Market Season Kicks Off April 25

Posted by on April 6th, 2015
Category Explore, Experience, and Enjoy Natchitoches Parish!, Press Releases
Green Market web veggies The Cane River Green Market will open its 2015 season on Saturday, April 25th. Natchitoches’ local farmer’s market will take place every Saturday until July 25th from 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon on the downtown riverbank in the Natchitoches Historic District.

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Dark Woods Scream Park Hearing on April 6th

Posted by on April 5th, 2015
Category Natchitoches.NET News
Dark Woods Scream Park Opening October 2015 Local production company set to open seasonal outdoor park with a scream! Dark Woods Scream Park needs your help! A Formal Letter of Opposition has been filed by a small, but vocal group of Natchitoches citizens, who are determined to block the park from zoning and opening Dark Woods Haunted House in Natchitoches this October.

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