Learn why Native Americans named this city Dark Water, which is the literal translation of bogue lusa. Board a charter bus in Bogalusa, Louisiana and see the Bogue Lusa Creek, the body of water that flows through Pearl River.
Take a trip through a charter bus in Bogalusa, Louisiana and enjoy a few of its entertainment places. One popular destination is the Sun Village Bingo Halls where most retirees pass the time with a few games (or maybe a lot) of bingo!
The younger generation always has Cinemaland for the latest movies.
While only a few years old, the Bogalusa Blues and Heritage Festival sums up the musical culture and heritage of Bogalusa. The festival includes a lineup of diverse blues musicians from around the world. But the festival is not just about the music, it's also about the food and the camaraderie among fellow Louisianans.
The Believe Performing Arts Center is also home to some of the best performing arts performers in Bogalusa and perhaps the rest of the state.
With a creek leading to a major body of water right in the heart of the city, it is no surprise that Bogalusa is home to great seafood restaurants. Take Bino's Seafood Restaurant, which not only boasts off great food but also a friendly staff. Don't miss the crab paws from 437 or drown in seafood at the Ole South Buffet and Seafood. Of course, international cuisines are also available in Bogalusa. Go Chinese in Dragon Place Restaurant and China Star or get a Mexican feast from Yoyo's and Maria's. But for some American grub, get on to Zesto of Bogalusa.
While not exactly a major stadium or arena, the Sun Senior Citizen Center is a decent sports venue for some basketball and volleyball. But for a game of golf, the Bogalusa Country Club is the place to go.
The Bogalusa City Hall has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places as early as 1979. Get that charter bus in Bogalusa, Louisiana to the City Hall for some dose of history. Then go to the Bogalusa Railroad Station to get another glimpse of Bogalusa history. Another government architectural gem is the US Post Office in Bogalusa.
Another important piece of landmark in the city is the Robert "Rob" Ricks House, the home of a prominent 1960s Civil Rights leader. Sullivan House is another preserved structure in Bogalusa because of its significance in the city's culture and heritage.
The city is home to two parks and a Young Men's Christian Association center, which homes a few courts and fields for sports. For those just passing through, Bogalusa also has the Willa-Villa Mobile Home and RV Park.
Bogalusa is full of history, which can only be fully experienced by going around the city in a charter bus in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Get an online quote from BusRental.com now, free of charge!