Grand Ecore Visitor Center

Grand Ecore Visitor Center Natchitoches - No Man's Land

Free Admission. Open Daily, 12-4pm

The Visitor Center displays exhibits which educates and informs the public about the Water and the Corps of Engineers’ role in development, preservation, and enhancement of the water resources in the region, as well as the geology, paleontology, and Native American cultures of the region.

Grand Ecore is also known for the role it played during the Civil War as a Confederate outpost guarding the Red River from Union advancement. Exhibits and outdoor interpretive areas highlight these activities along the river and adjacent areas. An interactive video highlights prominent individuals who helped shape and develop Natchitoches and the Red River Basin.

Grand Ecore Visitor Center
106 Tauzin Island Road
Natchitoches, LA 71457