Lake Charles features many opportunities to enjoy activities throughout the year in local parks, festivals and the arts around town!
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Who doesn’t like going to the movies? The Cinemark Movie Theater is located adjacent to The Prien Lake Mall
For a relaxing movie experience try Cinemark Movie Bistro is located at 3416 Derek Drive in Lake Charles. This theater features recliner seats!
GOLF: The National Golf Club of Louisiana is located in Westlake, LA this Dave Bennett designed course is ranked as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 Best New Courses. West Trace is the master planned community of homes that surround this new golf course in Westlake.
THE RACQUET CLUB
The Racquet Club offers members a pool and lovely clubhouse.
The large wrap around porch is a great place to watch tennis matches, enjoy a cool drink and socialize with friends.
Family oriented, Racquet Club members enjoy many amenities.
Drew Park is located on S. Ryan Street just across the Street from Christus St. Patrick Hospital. You will find playground equipment, swings and a walking/jogging path amidst shady oak trees in Drew Park.
Tuten Park, a 24 acre Woodland Park located at 3715 Nelson Road in Lake Charles. The Park is a sanctuary for birds and host to native flowers and trees. The Master Plan includes nature trails, picnic areas, exhibits, wetland ponds, preserved forest, children’s playground, lookout tower, and other unique urban features.
PRIEN LAKE PARK
Prien Lake Park offers recreation and relaxation for all ages. This jewel of a park is managed and maintained by the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury. The park overlooks Indian Bay on the Eastern shore of Prien Lake.
At a glance Prien Park features:
- Canoe and Boat Launch
- Sprayground waterpark for kids
- Walking paths with measurement markings
- Picnic Areas
- Wireless internet connection throughout the park
- Beautiful plaza fountains, streams and landscaping
Sam Houston Jones State Park is located in Moss Bluff and the backdrop of the park is the waterway of the Calcasieu River, typical Louisiana wetlands consisting of cypress trees, water and moss. Boating, camping, nature trails and cabins are available.
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