Saint Francisville Travel Guide

  • West Feliciana Parish Courthouse
    West Feliciana Parish Courthouse
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    Grace Episcopal Church
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Saint Francisville Things to Do

  • site seeing,wildlife watch,peaceful...

    My wife and I spent our 25th anniversary at Butler Greenwood.We stayed in Chases Cottage.It was real nice and peaceful to us.The feel of the past with the modern touches is good.You have choices,if you want to cook in the cottages,grill outside or just eat out in the fine resturants in town.The view of the pond with the wildlife is great.the whole...

  • Oakley House Plantation

    This is the smallest plantation house I visited, intimate and "lived in." Its main claim to fame is that naturalist John James Audubon was employed here as a tutor and painted 32 of his famous bird paintings before being fired for padding his hours. It is a very pleasant visit - not "processed" at all - with a beautiful nature trail.

  • Rosedown Plantation

    This plantation has everything you could ask for: an oak lined alley, a dysfunctional original family, and gorgeous grounds. Photography is allowed inside and out. An unusual detail is the doctor's office. The visit here is less tightly structured than in the plantations near New Orleans.


Saint Francisville Hotels

  • 3-V Tourist Court

    Saint Francisville, Louisiana, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Quality Inn St. Francis on the Lake

    7059 US Highway 61 North(Formerly Best Western), Saint Francisville, Louisiana, 70775, United States

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Solo

  • Myrtles Plantation

    7747 Highway 61, PO Box 1100, Saint Francisville, Louisiana, 70775-4526, United States

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Business

Saint Francisville Restaurants

  • Amazing White Chocolate Bread Pudding!

    We recently ate at the Carriage House Restaurant inside the Myrtles Plantation, it was wonderful. The decor was very nice and comfortable. The staff upheld its "Southern Hospitality" reputation!My husband swears his steak was the best he has ever had. This place gets 3 thumbs up!

  • Quaint little Mexican place

    This was a quaint little place with a large deck for dining. We drove by it an decided it looked like a good place to stop to eat.We were not disappointed.The staff was very friendly, the place was clean and lively. The chicken fajita salada was very good.

  • You've gotta try the award winning crab...

    The Upper Crust Bistro features fine dining in a casual atmosphere located in the historic district of downtown St. Francisville. The appetizers, sandwiches, salads, pastas are delicious. There is seating for 45 inside and a half dozen "bistro style" outdoor tables to dine at. The restaurant also displays local artist's paintings on the wall and...


Saint Francisville Transportation

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    by BluecatCanoe Written Oct 4, 2002

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    The best and only way I know is by car from the west take the Ferry from the South take Highway 61. I have driven from Highway 10 out of Pearl River, La. several times, a nice country road full of history.

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Saint Francisville Off The Beaten Path

  • Clark Creek Natural Area

    This forest is actually in Mississippi, not in Louisiana, but it is not far from St Francisville.This large natural reserve with seasonal waterfalls is a great hiking resource if you like steep terrain. Some trails are well maintained, others more primitive (and the difference is well marked on the maps). From Highway 61, take a left on Miss....

  • Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum

    The Angola penitentiary stands on the grounds of an old plantation and was notorious for brutality from the time of its foundation in 1880 (in former slave quarters) until the 1970s. Today, a small museum stands next to the penitentiary's entrance. Angola itself is a short drive away from St Francisville, in an isolated part of the State.

  • Mary Ann Brown Nature Preserve

    This site was donated to the Nature Conservancy by Mrs. L. Heidel Brown and the late Mr. Brown in memory of their daughter.A series of trails have been constructed for the public with special stops to view numerous habitats. The preserve also features a pavilion and pond house available for day outings as well as overnight primitive camping for...


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