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American Resorts Association describes Baton Rouge as a southern get-a-way located in South Louisiana and just a short drive from New Orleans.

Baton Rouge is a mid-sized city and offers all the convenience, accommodations and dining possibilities of other cities with the added benefit of attracting some of the most diverse and entertaining events of the South. American Resorts Association knows that if there is something happening in Louisiana, chances are it is happening in Baton Rouge.

The Capital of Louisiana and home to Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge attracts a diverse population of young and old alike, bringing these two groups together resulting in a community of fun for all ages.

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Baton Rouge is also a plantation country and gives visitors a glimpse into the life and culture on a plantation. LSU is home to the Rural Life Museum where your adventure starts. This museum will provide guests with an overview of plantation life and history. After stopping here, continue to one of many real plantations. Just a few of the many choices include the Houmas Plantation and Gardens, the Nottoway Plantation and Magnolia Mound.

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Baton Rouge is home to the Miss America Pageant in 2014. The event will be held on June 8th and is the perfect time to plan a trip to also take advantage of the beautiful summer weather.
Diversity abounds in Baton Rouge and American Resorts Association knows that visitors in May will find fun and celebration at the Greek Fest. From Greek food to Greek wares, this festival promises immersion in the culture of Greece in a fun and family-friendly environment.

May is an exceptional month to visit Baton Rouge and has much to see and do. The Bayou Country Superfest is being held in the LSU Tiger Stadium in 2015 and guarantees to please your country soul with performances by Luke Bryan and George Strait.

If you miss coming to Baton Rouge in May, American Resorts Association does not want you to worry. Nearly every month of the year is filled with something neat, new and exciting to do. The Louisiana Hot Air Balloon Championship Festival is held in September, and a Renaissance Festival is held in November. Don’t forget LSU Football starting in the early fall.

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