Tensas National Wildlife Refuge - (Off I-20 via US 65, Tallulah Exit; or off I-20 via LA 577, Waverly Exit) This 57,000-acre refuge of bottomland forest offers hunting, fishing, hiking, wildlife-viewing, canoeing, interpreted trails, a boardwalk and educational programs. A Visitor Center contains brochures, exhibits, species lists and regulations.
Buckhorn Wildlife Management Area - (Access by road off LA 4 and 128 in Tensas parish, 14 miles northwest of St. Joseph) With over 8,955 acres of bottomland hardwood forest, this wildlife area provides numerous outdoor opportunities including hunting, fishing and wildlife-viewing.
Town of St. Joseph - (off US 65 south of I-20 at Tallulah) Located in the heart of cotton country in an area rich in Civil War history, the town is surrounded by wildlife management areas, historic sites, antique stores and other cultural attractions.
Poverty Point Reservoir State Park – (3 miles north of Delhi/I-20 on LA 17) – A marina and beach area, along with a fully-stocked man-made lake, makes this an ideal spot for a variety of watersport activities. The site also offers 4 lodges for overnight visitors.
Poverty Point World Heritage Site - (East of Monroe and north of I-20 on LA 577 northeast of Epps)--The site is considered one of the most significant archaeological finds in the country. It has a complex of Native American ceremonial mounds built between 1700 and 700 B.C. A museum and guided tours interpret a culture that once flourished on the site.