Fed by three river systems—the Sabine, Calcasieu and Mermentau – 85 percent of Cameron Parish is coastal wetlands, open water or open range.
Over a million alligators populate Louisiana. Cattle graze on grasslands; rice and sugar cane fields still thrive. There are 26 miles of Gulf of Mexico beaches blissfully free of high-rise condos, hotels or even beach houses.
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Floating on Louisiana marshland in Cameron Parish
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