The 58th Annual Fur and Wildlife Festival — Coming up January 9th
They sometimes call it the 'coldest festival in Louisiana' and quite often it's just that.
Learn more about the rich Cajun culture and meet some real life swamp folks at The Fur and Wildlife Festival
From the official press release:
The Annual Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival takes place in Cameron, LA across from the Cameron Parish School Board grounds. The festival will highlight all the local, natural resource industries in the area and caters to all ages and interests featuring parades, pageants, dances, Cajun music, exhibits and a carnival. Not to mention some unique contests like trap setting, nutria and muskrat skinning, oyster shucking and skeet shooting. Always a favorite among hunters are the dog trials. These contests and more make this a memorable experience for the whole family and a reason why people keep coming back to one of Southwest Louisiana's, "oldest and coldest" festivals.