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Just a few years ago, the Audubon Golf Trail was born. And, like a pot of red beans simmering on the stove, it's only gotten better with time. The Trail was named for John James Audubon, who was enchanted with the natural beauty and nature of Louisiana. To preserve the natural beauty and heritage of the game, each of the courses are members of Audubon International's Cooperative Golf Sanctuary Program. Live oaks dripping with Spanish moss, cypress knees peeking from the swamp and graceful egrets taking wing are just a few of the sights you'll see while enjoying a great game of golf at these courses in the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area.


Atchafalaya National Heritage Area

• National Park Service affiliate
• "Passport to Your National Parks" Program
• Member of Alliance of National Heritage Areas
National Park Service Affiliate Louisiana Travel - Pick Your Passion Alliance of National Heritage Areas