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Grambling is located off of Exit 81 on Interstate 20 and is the home to Grambling State University. On the campus, you will find the Eddie G. Robinson Museum, the chance to see the Tigers play as well as the World Famed Tiger Marching band perform. More to experience throughout the city is a beautiful city park with a stocked fishing pond, a growing main street, as well as the new Legends Square shopping center and Walk of Fame. Every June the city hosts the Annual Juneteenth Festival.

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City of Grambling

Simsboro is located just a few miles west of Ruston on Interstate 20. It is home to multiple industrial manufacturers and the Lincoln Parish Rifle Range. Simsboro also has the Antique Village RV Park and the beautiful Creekwood Gardens, ideals for events and weddings.

Dubach, located on the north end of the parish, is known as the “Dog Trot Capital of the World.” It's also home to the oldest existing structure in the parish, the Autrey House. There are many events and activities to experiences in Dubach, like Big Creek Trade Days each month, the Louisiana Chicken Festival in September, the Outdoor Wilderness Learning (OWL) Center, as well as the James Lake Birding Trail. The small downtown area even has some RV hookups available.

Vienna is the original parish seat for Lincoln Parish which has since changed to Ruston. Located just north of Ruston, Vienna has a great indoor sports center called The Zone and the beautiful wedding and event space White Oak Venue.

Choudrant is home to Squire Creek Country Club, featuring an 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio. The historic Hwy 80 Byway runs through the heart of the village and near the town's park that hosts events and community days in the park.

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Village of Choudrant

Ruston was founded by Robert E. Russ in 1883 and is the parish seat of Lincoln Parish. Ruston has always been an educational hub of the area as the home of Louisiana Tech University. The historic downtown district is a certified Mainstreet, Historic, and Cultural District and the location of many of the city landmarks such as the Dixie Theater, the Louisiana Peach Festival, and Railroad Park. There are many more attractions to please all types of interests including the Louisiana Military Museum, Rock Island Greenway, Lincoln Parish Museum, and the Ruston Sports Complex.

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City of Ruston 
Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce

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