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Why Visit Isle of Iberia RV Resort

Wondering where to stay in Iberia Parish this summer? Well, the parish has always had numerous islands, and now there’s another. The Isle of Iberia RV Resort recently celebrated its grand re-opening under the Iberia Parish Parks & Recreation department as the newest Louisiana camping site in Iberia.

The Isle of Iberia RV Resort is celebrating its grand opening weekend! See the activities and events and learn about the recent changes.

snowy egret during mating season at Rip's Rookery on Jefferson Island in New Iberia, Louisiana

Time to fly in and visit Rip's Rookery on Jefferson Island and see a few of the 260 species that have visited the island.

Dr. Shane Bernard Publishes History of Bayou Teche

Shane Bernard's newest novel tells the legend of the Teche in his enrapturing words and research.

Rip's Rookery bridge on Jefferson Island

New additions to Rip's Rookery added to make the birding experience even easier on Jefferson Island.

Wess Robison, Iberia On TAP president

Dragons will roam the earth again at the Acadiana Dragon Boat Races. Wess Robison guest blogs about the event and what it takes to tame these dragon riders.

Iberia Parish Azalea Trail

The New Iberia Azalea Trail is back as spring brings a sea of flowers with it. The red, pink, white, purple and salmon colored Azaleas are not to be missed and the best way to see them is on the easy self-guided driving tour through the city and at various attractions.

Leaning Oak Farm

The Iberia Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau would like to wish a warm welcome to its new tourism partner, Leaning Oak Farm!

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"Out Is In"

July is Park and Recreation Month across the United States and Iberia Parish is celebrating!

Birding in Iberia Parish

Every spring, more than 240 species of birds flock back to Iberia Parish. Waterfowl, roseate spoonbills and snowy egrets are just a few of the species of birds who call the Bayou Teche Corridor of the Atchafalaya Loop home, and there are numerous locations where they can be found.

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