Sleep Inn South
10332 Plaza Americana Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Phone: (225) 926-8488
Fax: (225) 926-7989
Don Carter Baton Rouge is a 64 lane bowling center with activities geared towards the entire family. They now offer corporate packages including a complete catering menu.
Circle Bowl offers quality, family orientated bowling services to the Greater Baton Rouge Area. There is a concession stand, arcade center and plenty of bowling lanes. The facility boasts a safe environment for youngsters to play and staff hosts for group functions.
An experiential new program that uses nature to inspire learning through adventure and discovery.
One of the South's premier outfitters for backpacking, camping, ski & snowboarding, climbing and adventurous travel.
Located on Perkins Road in Baton Rouge, BREC Extreme Park offers a range of skating, rock climbing, cycling, fishing and biking facilities among others. This park is one of the oldest and among the most popular extreme sports park in Louisiana. Spanned across 52.2 acre (21.12 hectare), they also offer servicing facilities like rental space for parties, events or picnics. Also, cycling and biking equipment are available on rent. Check the website for more.
The Raceway features five classes of race cars challenge on a 1/4 mile clay oval. There is a gift shop, food service and restroom facilities.
The most popular of BREC's courses, Webb Memorial is an 18-hole course that measures 6,349 yards in length. Large oak trees line the fairways of this golf course. Webb Memorial also features a fitness center.
Howell Park Golf Course features a short, parkland-style, 18-hole course measuring 5,700 yards. Howell Park's layout is very walker-friendly and the pro shop offers pull carts and electric carts for rent.
The sand beach and handicapped-accessible pier offers a unique spot for leisure recreation for the entire family.
City Park Golf Course, opened in 1928 is Baton Rouge’s earliest golf course that allowed access to the public. In 2002, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Santa Maria has consistently received Golf Digest's highest ranking for a municipal course. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the course is built on 150 acres of rolling terrain, featuring 15 lakes and two natural waterways. Sand and grass bunkers, exquisite Bermuda fairways and ancient oaks provide the perfect setting for a memorable test of golf. The 18-hole course measures 6,969 yards in length from the championship tees. The Spanish-style clubhouse includes a pro shop, a full-service restaurant and a private conference/dining room and fitness center. Champions Grill overlooks the beautiful par-five finishing hole.
Metro Bowling offers visitors 40 lanes, bumpers for children, a Pro Shop, lounge and food service.