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Gothic Jail After Dark
313 W. 1st Street
This haunted attraction is held on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Friday and Saturday in October as well as on Halloween night. Come tour the Haunted Gothic Jail and get spooked by the residents that never left!
Four Winds Cherokee Tribe of La. Pow Wow
Held at the Beauregard Parish Fairgrounds on October 27 & 28th. Contact Lorretta Melder for more info at 318-335-8414
Held in even years on the first Saturday in April. Held at the DeRidder Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall. Hours are 10am-5pm and admission is $5 for 12 and older. Includes: viewer's choice judging, door prizes, vendors, guild made items for sale and more! For more information, contact Linda Moses at (337) 463-5907.
Hanging by a Thread Quilt Show
The CM Farms maze is a labyrinth of twists, turns — and some pesky dead ends! It’s all carved into a field of sorghum with stalks way taller than your head! Get lost … and have the time of your life exploring this 12 acre “field of fun”.
Watch us come to life in Beauregard Parish this holiday season!!!
Enjoy a dazzling Christmas Celebration with a downtown Christmas Festival. Held the first Saturday in December each year, with a lighted parade at the end of the festival.
Miracle on Washington Christmas Festival
Experience the magic and take a stroll back through time at the Ragley Heritage and Timber Festival with presentations on pioneers of the area, history of the information of the town and founding families. The Festival includes arts and crafts, food booths and live music by gospel and bluegrass bands. This festival is held in October.
Ragley Heritage & Timber Festival
Beauregard Parish Fair
The annual Beauregard Parish Fair will take place the first week in October at the Beauregard Parish Fairgrounds. One of the oldest agricultural fairs in the state, the fair includes a carnival, exhibits, food and live bands.
Held in April at the Beauregard Parish Covered Arena Hwy. 190 West. Contact info: 337-463-5090
DeRidder Lions Club Annual Pro Rodeo
Beauregard Parish is the home of the Sugartown Watermelon, some of the sweetest watermelons you will ever taste. We celebrate the taste of the season with a Watermelon Festival every year in June. There is a host of watermelon games and events, as well as live music and entertainment. Held at the Beauregard Parish Fair Grounds in DeRidder.
Beauregard Watermelon Festival
A large indoor/outdoor market. A variety of old and new collectibles and antique items. These are held at the Beauregard Parish Fairgrounds.
DeRidder Trade Days
This two day festival in the area's only community wide cultural event. The festival features theater, folk life, music, dance and fine art, which demonstrates the unique culture heritage of Louisiana's "No Man's Land" area. They have carnival rides, games and vendors. This festival is held the last weekend in March.
Merryville Heritage Festival
The Treasure Fest is a bargain hunters dream. Sponsored by the City of DeRidder and Beauregard Tourist Commission. Treasure Fest is always held on the 1st Saturday in May. If rained out it will be held the 3rd Saturday in May. To reserve your free space to sell those unwanted items, call 337-463-5534
Event is held at Pinewood Elementary on Mel Branch Memorial Drive.