3211 Venture Park Drive, Lake Charles, LA, US, 70615

  • Phone: (337) 480-0898
  • Fax: (337) 480-1819
3.4 out of 5 (79 reviews)
65% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Attractions

    »Margaret Place and Shell Beach Drive

    Historic homes from the 1920's and 1940's along the shores of Lake Charles.

    Ryan Street and Clarence Street
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601

    »SW Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Library

    The Genealogical Library is housed in the historic Carnegie Memorial Library building, and is just one of the 14 branches within the Calcasieu Parish Public Library System. In an electronic format, the library provides Family Search, the Mormon Church's database, which includes the International Genealogy Index (IGI); the Ancestral File; and the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). All these resources are free and open to the public.

    411 Pujo Street
    Lake Charles, Louisiana

    »Putt Putt Miniature Golf

    The classic for all ages. Tee it up and putt it in. You can fine tune your swing or just have fun in their StrikeZone batting cages. Drop by the SnackZone for all your treats and eats.

    620 Petro Point Drive
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70607

    »Drew Park

    The park offers a playground and walking path.

    416 South Ryan Street
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601

    »Louisiana Peace Memorial

    The 120-foot-tall structure is a birdhouse said to be the largest in the world and constructed as a memorial to veterans who served in Vietnam.

    North Lakeshore Drive
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601

    »Calcasieu Parish Library

    The Calcasieu Parish Public Library serves all the people who live in the parish with materials, information, and services through a network of branches that are conveniently located and easy to use.

    301 West Claude Street
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70605

    »Bowtie Marina

    This is a full service marina with a ship store, boat slips, gasoline & diesel and mechanics available.

    1245 Giovanni Street
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601

    »Sam Houston Jones State Park

    Because the caretakers of this 1,087-acre park have worked to keep the land in its natural state, abundant wildlife inhabits the area. Tree-filled lagoons and a mixed pine and hardwood forest combine to create a unique natural environment. The bird watching is always excellent, but at certain times of year, nearly 200 species of birds can be seen at or within 30 miles of the site. The numerous waterways in this area make water sports a natural highlight at the park. Two boat launches are conveniently located on the West Fork of the Calcasieu River. The three hiking trails make strolling or serious hiking, pleasurable. Particularly interesting is the old stagecoach road, which hikers may travel to explore the park and the banks of the various tributaries to the Calcasieu River.

    107 Sutherland Road
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70611
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