Whether you’re a political enthusiast, outdoor lover, or simply someone who enjoys small town America, Winnfield, La.is a great place to visit.
If your looking for a safe haven away from home for your children.
Local places of worship
Facilities The City of Winnfield has several facilities available to host your events. Whether you are looking for a place to have a wedding reception, play a ball game, have a concert, a dance, family reunion, or a back to school party, the City of Winnfield has a facility that should meet your needs. Call City Hall at 318-628-3939 to see what facilities are available for your special event.
Hog Dog Trials
3rd week of March
Winn Parish Fair grounds
Louisiana Forest Festival
Fourth Weekend in April
Winn Parish Fair Grounds
Dugdemona Summer Fest
1st Weekend of June
Downtown Winnfield on Main Street
Kisatchie National Forest
The Kisatchie National Forest is spread across 7 Louisiana parishes, and Winn Parish is located at its heart. The Kisatchie is Louisiana's only National Forest and is comprised of 5 managed land units, called Ranger Districts, which total over 604,000 acres of public lands.
Louisiana Political Museum and Hall of Fame The Louisiana Political Museum and Hall of Fame contains memorabilia of political figures throughout the state's history. The Hall of Fame includes governors, senators, congressman and representatives, a president and a presidential advisor.
Parks and Recreation For a day of fun for your family and friends, Winnfield has several parks and pavilions to offer its citizens and visitors alike. We also offer gymnasiums, tennis courts, and ball fields to provide you and your families hours of entertainment in a family oriented environment. Come and see what Winnfield has to offer.
Professional Services A variety of professionals are available to meet your professional needs. See our listing of services available to assist you.
Saline Lake and Saline Bayou Saline Lake encompasses 8,400 acres. The lake is primarily a wooded lake and is home to good populations of largemouth bass, crappie (known to many here as sac-a-lait or white perch) and sunfish.
Uncle Earl's Hog Dog Trials, Uncle Earl's Youth Scholarship, & Louisiana Forest Festival And The Winn Parish Fair.
Whether you are looking for a modern, comfortable, quiet place to rest and relax or an older Southern style charm, we offer several choices to choose from at the end of a long, tiring day. We invite you to come and check out our local accommodations.
Where to Eat
You should be able to satisfy your taste buds with the variety of food selections available for your choosing.
Where to Shop Shop till you drop from the variety of stores and merchandise that our town offers. Shoppers are always welcomed with a warm smile and a courteous and helpful manner as they come into each business. We like to see happy and satisfied customers that are eager to return to see us again.