Park Visitor Online Reviews
12/31/2011 Great educational place to visit by Luana R, Ohio
I & my 12 yrold son were there in April 2010. We tagged along with a school tour group. The tour leaders were so friendly and informed that we learned bunches of stuff. The rangers/docents were helpful to show us other places in the area to visit including a home that might have been haunted. In the big house there is a rocking chair that sometimes will rock with no one or breeze to push it. It is a well maintained, well staffed park.
8/20/2011 A wonderful place to visit. by Judith, New Mexico
I had the tour completely to myself since I arrived early in the morning in Feb. Very leisurely and informative. I tend to prefer the tours of the raised Creole style houses like this one. Wonderful walk back to the parking lot. Staff very friendful and helpful, as are most people in Louisiana.
3/29/2011 Interesting for all ages by Dave H, St. Charles, IL
I found the original historic farming implements a valuable collection of unique artifacts and tools. Kids will like the hands on display of tools and toys in the video room and may enjoy dressing the part with clothes provided. The park is very well maintained and the staff are knowledgable, interesting and pleasurable to travel through history with.
Thanks for sharing your treasures.
8/24/2010 Wonderful Tour by Pat
We went through the park one day last week on the hottest day of the yr. Everyone so nice and excellent guides. So very informative and educational and enjoyable.
10/1/2009 Outstanding staff.
Thank you, for the tour, Everyone was so friendly and helpful in answering all of my questions. What a great place.
1/4/2009 A REAL TREAT by The Pearsons
My husbsnd,daughter and I visted the park and it was a rewarding experience.Our guide Miss Savoy was very informative and made the experience very enjoyable.She is an asset to the park.I really think a small gift shop would be nice.The entire experience was great and I would advise this tour to my friends.Thanks for sharing it with us.
8/9/2008 A Walk Back in Time by Dan Thibodeaux
Recently my wife discovered that she is a descendant of the Olivier family, so while passing through Louisiana on vacation we stopped by the Longfellow-Evangeline State Park. Wow! It was one of the most relaxing, educational and enjoyable events of our vacation. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the park and the customs of that by gone era. We highly recommend a visit to the Longfellow-Evangeline State Park.