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Giving Thanks

We have had our first cold snap this season and are looking forward to another beautiful brisk autumn in the City of Natchitoches. Pumpkin pie, yams, dressing, turkey, ham, green bean casserole, and cranberry sauce can only mean one thing--Thanksgiving! At this time of year, we stop to count our blessings and enjoy food, football, family, and fun.

In the true spirit of the season, come experience the best Natchitoches has to offer and join us for the Turn on the Holidays Festival of Lights Opening Ceremony on Saturday, November 22. This all day event features live musical entertainment, children’s activities, a Natchitoches Tri-Centennial Closing Celebration and Fireworks!

Please make your reservations soon to ensure you have the spot of your choice. If you're not the planning type, we are also more than happy to accommodate drive-ins. We look forward to seeing you soon and giving thanks together for our many blessings. Come home to St. Luke RV Park.

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