National Historic Park

Cane River Creole Dog Policy

Cane River Creole National Historic Park is Not Dog Friendly

Cane River National Historic Park tells the story of Creole people, both enslaved and tenant, who lived in this area for over 200 years. The park has two of the best preserved Creole cotton plantations in the country.

Cane River National Historic Park is a great destination and includes guided tours, but it is not dog friendly.

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