Wetlands and wildlife abound in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana, a hidden enclave of classic Cajun life. This quaint community is centrally located between Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana, making it easy for you to live country life without being far away from city amenities. Positioned right along Interstate 10, the classic hallmarks of Cajun life and culture are all here for you and your family to enjoy. Swamps and waterways surround the parish, making perfect places for you to spot alligators and hundreds of species of wild birds as you enjoy the outdoors. The splendor of the Parish’s natural beauty makes a great backdrop for canoeing, fishing, extreme biking and birdwatching. Stroll along the banks of Lake Arthur and through the streets of the small town, where you can see buildings that date back centuries and get authentic gumbo from the locals. Just a little south of the city limits, The Lascassine wildlife refuge dates back to the 1930s and acts as a home for many types of waterfowl. Spend a weekend watching birds, hunting animals and picking berries on the refuge, and you might feel like you’ve gone back to a simpler time.