[Culture & Travel]
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in beautiful Louisiana.
Culture and Traveler's Guide
located less than one hour from New Orleans at the intersection
of I-55 and I-12, offers a 1000-ft. swamp walk, an alligator farm and 900-acre exotic animal
safari...antiques, collectibles, arts & crafts, museums and historic districts...bed & breakfasts,
first class hotels and tree-shaded RV parks. The annual Strawberry, Oyster and Dairy festivals
highlight the area's agriculture, while Old Farmer's Day, Oktoberfest, Italian and
Black Heritage festivals celebrate the local culture, making us known as the "Festival Capital
Camp Moore Confederate Museum keeps history alive with artifacts and documents relating
to Louisiana Civil War history, although the original camp was completely destroyed
before the Civil War was over. Hundreds of graves in
Camp Moore Cemetary
reflect the memories
of the Confederate soldiers who lost their lives there.
For more information, contact:
Tangipahoa Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisiana Office of Tourism.
Area Culture and Traveler's Guide, with a Tour
Listings for Travelers: Attractions, Dining, Lodging and More
Geography and Statistics
- Our population is 85709 people in 33640 households.
- The land area is 790.3 square miles (505798 acres);
the water area is 32.9 square miles (21041 acres).
- Tangipahoa Parish is located at latitude 30.63 degrees North, longitude 90.40 degrees West.
- More Census Information and Mapping
Community Links on the Web
Come visit, we'll make it worth your while.
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