Wildlife abounds on the 180-mile Creole Nature Trail, the first National Scenic Byway in the Gulf South. The trail runs south from Lake Charles (pop. 71,757) to the Gulf of Mexico and then north to Sulphur (pop. 20,512). More than 250 species of birds can be spotted and 39 species of mosquitoes swatted along the trail.
Creole Nature Trail
TriviaBy American Profile on July 17, 2005
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