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Crossroads Region, LA
The Crossroads region of Louisiana is located in the center of the state, and is also called Central Louisiana. The region borders Texas to the west and Mississippi to the east. The largest cities are Alexandria, Natchitoches and Pineville. The landscape is very diverse, with extensive prairies, piney hill areas, minor swamplands and deciduous forests. There are clear streams with sandy bottoms and large rivers to transport freight. Outdoor activities include boating, waterskiing, hiking and mountain biking in scenic areas such as the 600,000-acre Kisatchie National Forest. The region also features organized sports leagues and well-maintained parks, as well as unique destinations steeped in local history and culture, such as art galleries, performance theaters, museums and regional festivals. Central Louisiana maintains around 470,000 acres of preserved land, including 17 wildlife management areas and four national wildlife refuges. Louisiana College, Louisiana State University at Alexandria, Northwestern State University, and Central Louisiana Technical Community College are all located in the Crossroads region.

Rapides Parish is located in the southern part of the Louisiana Crossroads region. The name comes from the French word meaning "rapids," from an old trading post that was located at the rapids, a limestone ledge extending across the bed of the Red River, above the present-day Alexandria and Pineville. It is the second largest parish in the state by land area. The largest city is Alexandria, which is the parish seat. Pineville is another city in this parish, and there are also a number of smaller towns villages and unincorporated communities. Catahoula Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Louisiana, is located partially in Rapides Parish, as well as part of the Kisatchie National Forest. Other bodies of water in the parish include Lake Buhlow, Cotile Lake, Kincaid Lake, Rodemacher Lake, Indian Creek and Valentine Lake, Calcasieu River, Little River and Red River. There are several National Guard installations in the parish. University of Louisiana State University at Alexandria, Louisiana College and the main campus of Central Louisiana Technical and Community College are located in Rapides Parish.

Vernon Parish is also located in the southern part of Louisiana's Crossroads region, just west of Rapides Parish. It is named for Mt. Vernon, the home of U.S. President George Washington. It is the largest parish in the state by land area. The largest city is Leesville, which is also the county seat, and there are several more towns, villages and unincorporated communities, including the Fort Polk, one of the larger census-designated communities. Part of the Kisatchie National Forest is in Vernon Parish, as well as Vernon Lake, Anacoco Lake, and part of the Whiskey River. The National Guard has a maintenance facility in the parish in Fort Polk. Northwestern State University Leesville/Four Polk Campus, Louisiana Technical College and a branch of Louisiana State University are in this parish.

Beauregard Parish is located in the southwest corner of the Crossroads region of Louisiana. It is named after P.G.T. Beauregard, a Confederate General. DeRidder is the only city and is the parish seat, and there are a small number of towns and other communities. A National Guard battalion resides in the parish. Beauregard Parish has 12 places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Beauregard Parish Courthouse, Beauregard Parish Jail, Beauregard Parish Training School, DeRidder Commercial Historic District and Burks House. Other attractions include Bundick Lake, a vacation destination with fishing, canoeing, duck hunting, boating and more, Longville Lake Park, Sabine River, Toro Bayou, Kisatchie Bayou and Whiskey Chitto, which features a white sandy beach and is popular for kayaking. In 2015, the parish was named one of the 10 most beautiful places in Louisiana by theculturetrip.com.