Six months ago, Breaux Bridge, Louisiana was named one of the 15 most charming southern small towns in the United States by the website TripsToDiscover.com. Hailed by the website as “the heart of Cajun country,” Breaux Bridge has become a mecca for people who want to experience the slow life of southerners, the world-famous food, and the crustacean the town is famous for (crawfish).
Typically, when fall begins in Breaux Bridge, LA, residents get small snippets of crisp, cool air that quickly succumb to suffocating heat and humidity by the end of the day or week. This year, however, it seems fall weather is here to stay, at least for a few more weeks. What does this mean for residents and visitors to Breaux Bridge, LA? Gumbo!
It’s that time of year again. Where the temperature cools off, the humidity drops, and people can spend time outside without becoming a sweaty, sticky mess. Whether that means you will finally venture outside to bird watch at Lake Martin or fish the bayous and basin, the smell of fall in the air is invigorating. Cooking outdoors is an activity many Cajuns and residents of Breaux Bridge, LA enjoy
In the summer, things tend to slow down. The heat drives people indoors, school is out, and most families are finding ways to occupy their kids’ time so they don’t get too bored and out of control. Summer vacation usually only takes up one week, but what to do about the other 8 or 9 weeks? There are many things in Breaux Bridge that residents and tourists can take advantage of.