Catfish Heaven Aqua Farm and Campground is a full service campground located in the heart of Cajun Country, St. Martinville, Louisiana. Enjoy traditional and hi-tech amenities such as free wi-fi anywhere within the campground. Campground also offers private cabins on the lake that can accommodate up to 6 sleepers.
Houseboat Adventures offers 5 houseboats to choose from, varying from sleeping 4 to sleeping 8 people. Cypress Cove Landing is the host of three recreational services intended to enhance your swampland vacation. We also offer small boat rentals for fishing or explorig the basin on your own, boat docking services and fishing with an experienced guide. The store offers snacks, soft drinks, beer, ice, live bait, articial lures and other fishing necessities.
Two blocks from downtown Breaux Bridge, Josephine’s House is a newly renovated 100 year old house with two bedrooms, one bath, one den and a full service kitchen and laundry room. One Queen Bed and 2 Twin Beds Bed. Wifi and cable are included.
Cajun Hospitality – La Petite Voie de St. Therese is a unique cajun country getaway in a fully restored Acadian built house. It is in a pastoral setting 3.5 miles from downtown Breaux Bridge, close to Lafayette and Saint Martinville. A perfect place to experience our wonderful Cajun cuisine, “joie de vivre” (joy of living), and our Christian faith. Ici on parle français Cadien! Email Emmalinethibodeaux@yahoo.comfor more information.
Lake Fausse Pointe State Park occupies a 6,000-acre site in the Atchafalaya Basin. The area surrounding the park was formerly the home site of the Chitimacha Indians. From the middle 1700s, the region was dominated by French and Acadian farmers and trappers, although the Spanish were in control of the land from 1763 until 1802.
It was during this period that a major influx of Spaniards emigrated to the New Iberia area, contributing to the cultural diversity of this section of Louisiana.
Fishing, boating and canoeing opportunities abound. A boat launch gives visitors easy access to the labyrinth of waterways that winds through the Basin. Overnight visitors can “rough it” in the campground or stay in lake-front cabins. A visitor center complex features a boat dock with rentals; and three hiking trails and a canoe trail offer a “up close” view of the area plant and wildlife, as well.