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The Fontainebleau State Park Lodge: Review

Fontainebleau State Park has secret that I want to let you in on. There is a lodge there that was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. It’s epic, sleeps 10, and you can stay there. The Fontainebleau State ...

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Fontainebleau State Park – Mandeville, LA

Fontainebleau State Park contains the ruins of an old sugar mill that was built in 1829. Bernard de Marigny de Mandeville founded and named the town after himself, and became very wealthy in the process. The park still contains ruins ...

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