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Sportsman's Paradise Region, LA
The Sportsman's Paradise region of Louisiana covers the northern part of the state, bordered by Arkansas to the north Mississippi to the east and Texas to the west. The name comes from the large number of rolling, wooded hills and the plentiful lakes, rivers and bayous of Northern Louisiana, which provide excellent opportunities for hunting and fishing. It is a mix of natural areas, but also attractions of large cities, which include Shreveport, Bossier City, Minden, Ruston, Monroe, Bastrop, Lake Providence, Tallulah and Winnsboro.

This region has twice the number of state parks and historic sites of any of the state's other regions. The rolling hills, dense forests, clear lakes and flowing rivers offering outdoor activities including everything from bird-watching, to deer and quail hunting, to trout fishing. There is one state wildlife refuge, seven state parks, two national wildlife refuges and eight state wildlife management areas. Some highlights include Bodcau State Wildlife Management Area, Chemin-A-Haut State Park, Jimmie Davis State Park, Lake Bistineau State Park, Lake Bruin State Park, Lake Claiborne State Park, Lake D'Arbonne State Park, Poverty Point Reservoir State Park, Russell Sage State Wildlife Management Area and Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge. Driskill Mountain, the highest point in the state, is located in this region. Ruston is known as the Peach Capital of Louisiana, and also features one of the best mountain bike trails in the south. Other attractions include the Louisiana Military Museum, the Delta Music Museum, Gardens of the American Rose Center, Barnwell Garden and Art Center and Frogmore, the only historic and modern working cotton plantation in the South. Louisiana Tech University is located in this region.

Caddo Parish is located in the northwest corner of Louisiana's Sportsman's Paradise region, and borders Arkansas to the north and Texas to the west. The parish is named for the Caddo Native Americans, who were indigenous to this area. It is the fourth most populated parish in the state. The largest city is Shreveport, which is the parish seat; Vivian is also a large incorporated community in the parish, and there are several other large towns and villages. Part of the Red River National Wildlife Refuge, Betty Virginia Park, Caddo Lake, Cypress-Black Bayou Park and Recreation Area, Earl G. Williamson Park, Eddie D. Jones Park, Ford Park, Horace M. Downs Park, Lake Bistineau State Park and Red River National Wildlife Refuge. Some attractions of this parish include Barksdale Global Power Museum, located on the Barksdale Air Force Base, Vivian Railroad Station Museum and R.W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport's largest museum. There are several National Guard battalions in Caddo Parish.

Bossier Parish is located just east of Caddo Parish in the western part of Louisiana's Sportsman's Paradise region. It is named for Pierre Bossier, a Louisiana state senator and U.S. Representative in the 1800's It is bordered by Arkansas to the north. The largest city is Bossier City, which is located east of the Red River from Shreveport, and the parish seat is Benton. Parts of Lake Bistineau and Lake Bistineau State Park, part of the Red River National Wildlife Refuge, Bayou Bodcau Dam and Reservoir Recreational Area, Loggy Bayou Wildlife Management Area, Arthur Ray Teague Parkway Trail and Cypress Black Bayou Park and Recreation Area are all located in Bossier Parish.

Ouachita is located toward the middle of the Sportsman's Paradise region of Louisiana. It is named for the Ouachita Native Americans who held the area when it as first discovered. Munroe is the largest city and the parish seat, and West Monroe is another city in the parish. There are six other towns and census- designated places. The parish is divided by the Ouachita River. Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge, part of the D'Arbonne National Wildlife Refuge, Ouachita Wildlife Management Area and the Russell Sage Wildlife Management Area, known for excellent hunting opportunities, are located in this parish. Cheniere Lake, in the southwest portion of the parish, offers great canoeing, fishing and bird watching opportunities. Ouachita River is nationally recognized for its fishing, and in general the parish has abundant wildlife. The National Guard has two engineer battalions located in the parish, one in West Monroe and one in Monroe. Pine timber production is a large part of the economy in this area, and to from Monroe to the east is the Mississippi River alluvial flood plain, an almost entirely used for agricultural production, mainly cotton, soybeans, rice and sweet potatoes.