Bogalusa is a city located in Washington Parish, Louisiana, United States. Bogalusa was founded in 1906 by the Goodyears of Buffalo, New York. It has a surface of 9,5 square miles and operates its own public school system. Bogalusa was also called The Green Empire or The Magic City and is one of the most interesting locations that you could choose for your vacation. Its name is derived from the Indian creek called Bogue Lusa, which flows through this area. Bogalusa is a place known for its paper, bags and boxes manufacturers.
Top Attractions within Bogalusa
Bogalusa Country Club represents the venue for all those who love swimming, golf or tennis as it offers facilities for each of these sports. It is located about sixty miles north of New Orleans and here you will relax a lot.
The Bogalusa Farmers Market can be found 400 Block Of Avenue B at Goodyear Park. It is a large area where you will find jellies, jams, fresh and natural vegetables and fruits, as well as decorative ornaments and a lot of other things. The market runs every Sunday from 7:30 to 11:30 am.
The Museums in Cassidy Park exhibit items relevant for the history and culture of Bogalusa. There are two museums called The Pioneer Museum and The Museum of Native American Culture. The entire area is surrounded by a creek and includes many walking trails, picnic facilities, and an area where you will be able to watch geese, peacocks or donkeys.
The Museum Gift Shop is located in the Indian Museum in Bogalusa. Here are sold writing pens made from pine cones, as well as toys, handmade jewelry, t-shirts, books and many other interesting items, both for children and adults. All these things can also be souvenirs for the beloved ones, so this attraction must be visited.