Get to know this adamant city through a bus charter in Central City, Louisiana. Central was the latest city to be incorporated in the state. The parish opposed its incorporation but in 2005, the citizens voted for its cityhood. Rightfully so because Central is the 13th largest city in the state and the second largest in the East Baton Rouge Parish.
Central residents pride itself of being a community that cares. So experience the people's caring nature by touring this cozy city on board a bus charter in Central City, Louisiana. The reason why the parish objected to Central's incorporation is because they fear the abuse of urbanization. But that didn't happen. The city maintained its small-village feel while having all the amenities of a city, but in smaller portions.
Once a year during spring, residents of Central City and some locals from neighboring cities and towns gather for the Pittmaster's or the annual barbecue / cooking event. Thousands of visitors drop by the city to sample Central cooking at its best. The festival also raises funds for deserving charities.
Residents love their own Central Oak Point Fresh Market for their grocery needs. Despite its incorporation, locals continue embracing their own products and stores rather than the major national retailers.
The fact that the city has an annual cooking festival is an indication how much Central residents love food. As a city fond of barbecue, Sammy's Grill is always packed with diners especially during lunch and dinner hours. It also has some amazing seafood. Me Pa's Diner has some great American meals like burgers and pancakes.
As a new city, some of the facilities in Central are quite new such as the Central Sports Park. Because it's new, the fields are still blanketed with fairly virgin grasses.
It is interesting to note that Central City advocates privatization. Its services have been privatized, mainly handled by its business chamber. Allow that bus charter in Central City, Louisiana to drive around the city to see what privatization looks like. Police and fire departments look modern, the same goes for services usually handled by the government.
Central is proud of its education system. The city claims to have the best education district in the entire state. So drop by the Central Intermediate School and Central High School because these are important landmarks in the city.
Wandering around the city is already like walking in the park. The entire city is peaceful, surrounded by trees and nicely built brick homes. But for a more profound stroll, take the Woodsy Walking Path. It leads to the Frenchtown Road Conservation Area, which is known in the city as the land between rivers.
The entire city is like a small community that truly cares. It's worth visiting through a bus charter in Central City, Louisiana. Book now through BusRental.com.