Local attractions


Chemin-A-Haut State Park:

Chemin-A-Haut State Park is situated on a high bluff overlooking Bayou Bartholomew and is a natural paradise for lovers of unspoiled beauty. This 503-acre site takes its name from the French word meaning “high road,” which was the route used by Native Americans many years ago in their seasonal migrations.
Directions: The park is located about 10 miles north of Bastrop. From Monroe, take either US 165 or LA 139 north to Bastrop. From Bastrop, Take US 425 north to LA 1257 (Loop Park Road).


Snyder Museum:

A display of artifacts from our past offers visitors an educational, entertaining, , refreshing spot to visit! Tues- Fri 9-4


The Rose Theater

The Rose Theater was built in 1927. As a movie theater, the Rose Theater closed in the 1970’s. The theater was reopened in 1985 as a community theater and today it is home to the Cotton Country Players.


The MAC (Morehouse Activity Center)

The Morehouse Activity Center, better known as The MAC, is a state of the art, multi-purpose facility, conveniently located just off highway 165 east of Bastrop, Louisiana. Constructed adjacent to the Morehouse Parish Fair Grounds, the main arena measures 120’ x 210’, with seating for 1500. Perfect for rodeos, barrel racing, horse shows, team roping,
team penning, livestock exhibitions and more. The facility can also accommodate other type events such as arts & crafts exhibits, circuses, band concerts, tractor pulls, and other large scale events.