Louisiana Lodging in a Hunting and Fishing Paradise
Located in Northern Louisiana, Sportsman’s Paradise is well deserving of its famed name. As a haven for campers, birdwatchers, nature photographers and fishermen, this region is abundant with wildlife, lush vegetation, and sparkling lakes brimming with bass and trout. This lush land was also the region where confederate soldiers fought at the Battle of Mansfield, where Bonnie and Clyde took their last ride, and where careers such as Hank Williams Sr. and Elvis Presley were born. Come enjoy the adventure of Sportsman’s Paradise and experience a unique Louisiana bed and breakfast lodging experience.
Yet, as exciting as the wildlife here, the nightlife is equally alluring. Sportsman’s Paradise’s cities, Shreveport and Bossier, entice visitors with their gaming, fine dining and luxury hotels. Yet, even the more sedate traveler will find many pleasures such as the American Rose Center, the Ark-La-Tex Antique and Classic Vehicle Museum. Relaxation is still Louisiana’s top billing and the small towns and unique bed and breakfasts of Northern Louisiana won’t let you down. You’ll enjoy wide, sweeping front porches, bottomless sweet tea, and homemade cobbler – made with home grown Ruston peaches! Come explore Louisiana off the beaten path and the charm you’ll encounter here.
- The Mansion at Red Hill
- Situated on 85 acres, The Mansion at Red Hill has an executive suite, 3 bedrooms, an elevator, 2 living rooms, dining room, library, grand staircase foyer, courtyard and expansive front gallery.
- 2439 Fairfield “A Bed & Breakfast”
- 2439 Fairfield Avenue, Shreveport, LA 71104
- 2439 Fairfield "A Bed & Breakfast" (circa 1905) is located in Shreveport’s Fairfield Historic District, nestled along the oak-lined avenue with other mansions and homes built around the turn of the century.