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Lake Charles—The festival city
Located on a breathtaking inland beach, Lake Charles is a city rooted in art, education and economic growth.
Lake Charles is a hub for educational progress and is home to two higher educational institutions, Sowela Technical Community College and McNeese State University, a four-year public university offering 80 majors. Its colleges include colleges of Business, Education, Engineering and Engineering Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Science, Honors College, and Doré School of Graduate Studies.
You'll fall in love with the history and Cajun charm of Lake Charles. Enjoy life at a slower pace without compromising the amenities of a large metro area. The city's historical Downtown district boasts an array of local restaurants, shops, fine and local art sales, and a farmers’ market. You’ll definitely enjoy bayou living in Lake Charles.
With over 31 parks, many built by local volunteers, the city's scenic outdoors are the perfect backdrop for fishing, kayaking, hiking, biking, camping and nature watching. Sam Houston Jones State Park has over 1000 acres of lakes and rivers.
Referred to as the Festival capital of Louisiana, Lake Charles hosts CultureFest, Live at the Lakefront Musical Festival, Downtown at Sundown Concert series, and the city's most coveted event, Contraband Days Festival, which celebrates the city's long standing legend of buried treasure. The 12 day festival draws crowds close to 200,000 annually.
City & State Statistics
- Lake Charles is one of the largest cities in Louisiana.
- Lake Charles is often referred to as the "Lake Area" because of an abundance of lakes and waterways throughout the city.
- The city is home to a rapidly growing medical community.
- Lake Charles has an emerging art scene. Art sold in the downtown area is sales-tax free in order to encourage local artists to create and sell their original work.
For more information:www.cityoflakecharles.com