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Give Resorts International North American a try! We have 35 years experience in the business of marketing campgrounds and RV parks. We film properties and put them on DVD's, then we overnight mail them accross the world. Our system excels at bringing buyers and sellers together across wide geographic locations. We represent campgrounds for sale accross the United States and in Canada. We may be able to help you locate Louisiana properties currently on the market. For confidentiality reasons we do not give out park names on our website, we will however freely give that information over the phone. Louisiana may be one of the states we are currently representing properties in. We constantly seek new listings and will locate specific parks for our clients. Please Contact us to narrow your Louisiana campground search.

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State of Louisiana Public sites:

State of Louisiana: Official site of the state, good source of online services and information. http://www.louisiana.gov

Department of Wildlife and Fisheries: The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is the state agency responsible for management of the state's renewable natural resources including all wildlife and all aquatic life. The control and supervision of these resources are assigned to the department in the Constitution of the State of Louisiana of 1974, Article IX, Section 7 and in revised statutes under Title36 and Title 56. Responsibilities related to enforcement of boating safety laws are also assigned to LDWF in Title 34, Chapter 4, Part IV. Prudent stewardship of the state's renewable natural resources contributes significantly to the quality of life of the state's citizens and to the economic well-being of the state. We serve almost two million direct users and countless others who benefit indirectly. http://www.wlf.state.la.us

Tourism: Pet a baby alligator on a swamp tour. Feel the spray of a paddlewheel on your face. Learn how to two-step, second-line and boogie. Search our family section for family-friendly activities, games and even pictures to color.From moderate motels to luxury hotels, from historic bed & breakfasts to picturesque campsites, there are many, many ways to experience Louisiana--and all of them are fun. http://www.louisianatravel.com

Welcome to Louisiana and the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of service and programs through the preservation, promotion and development of Louisiana's historical, cultural, educational, natural and recreational resources, thereby enhancing the quality of life for Louisiana's citizens and encourging economic growth while re-imaging Louisiana as a great place to live, work and play. http://crt.g2digital.com

State Parks: This is the official Louisiana State Parks Web site. You will find helpful information for planning your family vacation, camping weekend or RV park getaway. Everything from resorts, camping, boating, cabin rentals, hiking trails, fishing, golf and more. If you want to plan your trip to one of Louisiana’s state parks in advance, reservations may be made through State Park's Reservation Call Center at 1-877-CAMP-N-LA (877-226-7652). The Call Center operates from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is closed on state holidays including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Reservations may be made for cabins, lodges, group camps, campsites, meeting rooms, and rental picnic pavilions; reservations must be made at least 2 days prior to date(s) desired and can be made up to 11 months in advance. Specific cabin, campsite and picnic pavilion locations may be reserved in advance. Facilities not reserved in advance are available to visitors who come directly to the park. Walk-in and drive-up users are welcome without a reservation. http://www.lastateparks.com/

State of Louisiana Commercial sites and Organizations:

Louisiana Campground Owners Assoc.: http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/thelcoa/lcoahome.html
Excerpt from website: Directory for the traveling public. Above is a clickable color-coded map illustrating the different regions of Louisiana. Our directory is organized in this fashion and color-coded for your convenience. Campgrounds and RV dealers are listed separately in each region with information and links. We encourage you to use the services of participants listed in this directory as they have made a commitment to excellence and indicated by participating that they want to serve you.

Historical information about Louisiana
Motto: Union, Justice, and Confidence

Excerpt from the Louisiana Department of Archives & History: http://www.crt.state.la.us/crt/profiles/history.htm
"No other state has a more varied or colorful past than Louisiana. The state has been governed under 10 different flags beginning in 1541 with Hernando de Soto's claim of the region for Spain. La Salle later claimed it for Bourbon France and over the years Louisiana was at one time or another subject to the Union Jack of Great Britain, the Tricolor of Napoleon, the Lone Star flag of the Republic of West Florida and the fifteen stars and stripes of the United States. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Louisiana became an independent republic for six weeks before joining the Confederacy. Earlier, in 1803, Louisiana had become a part of the United States because of the region's importance to the trade and security of the American mid-west. New Orleans and the surrounding territory controlled the mouth of the Mississippi River down which much of the produce of the mid-west travelled to reach market. To get the vital region in American hands, President Thomas Jefferson negotiated the Louisiana Purchase with Napoleon...." (click link for full text)



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