The Atchafalaya National Heritage Area is a Congressionally-designated region in south-central Louisiana. It covers much of the basin through which the Atchafalaya River flows. The river is a distributary branch of the Mississippi, and its basin forms the largest freshwater swamp in the United States. The Atchafalaya is also the cultural heart of the Louisiana Cajun Country. The unique culture of the Atchafalaya Basin is so different from that of the rest of the country that it’s sometimes called “America’s Foreign Country”!
Our replica Entering Atchafalaya National Heritage Area sign is our take on the signs posted along the roads leading into the basin. It includes the region’s crest, depicting a typical swampland scene like you might find in the area. Our sign is a great way to celebrate the Cajun culture in the area and relive your journeys through the basin!
Out Entering Atchafalaya National Heritage Area sign is flat printed on heavy 14-gauge steel. While it’s attractive indoor display piece thanks to its non-reflective, high gloss finish, it can also be installed outdoors in the elements too. Take your pick from six available sizes, from our economy 15 in. × 9 in. size all the way up to a mammoth 90 in. × 54 in. Like all signs we sell, two holes are included for easy mounting. (We’d be happy to customize this sign for you! We can make it any size not listed here. We can also make just about any road sign you might want, from Louisiana or elsewhere! To get started on your custom order, just contact Jake!)