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Cajun Palms, Henderson Louisiana, October 2019

This page last updated 01/11/19

Tiffin Travelers Chapter Rally

Arrival Tuesday, October 8, 2019; Departure Sunday, October 13, 2019

This rally is fully booked as of January 10th and not accepting additional participants.

See instructions below to be put on the host's wait list.  

DO NOT attempt to reserve a site by contacting the RV park!


Cajun Palms RV Resort                  http://www.cajunpalms.com/

1055 North Barn Road

Henderson, Louisiana 70517

To be put on a wait list, email your hosts Charles and Mona Trahan at: Charles@trahanfamily.me

Also copy the chapter office at: tiffintravelers@gmail.com

If a site becomes available, you will be contacted.  


The deposit taken by the RV park is non-refundable for cancellations, but it can be transferred to a future reservation within one year of the original arrival date.


If you must cancel an existing reservation, first notify your hosts Charles and Mona Trahan.  Later you will notify the RV Park.

A full and fun agenda is already well underway but still under development and subject to adjustments:

Remember to wear a name tag to all functions, or incur a 50 cent fine for each infraction.  😁

Tuesday - Welcome social


Wednesday - Guided tour of the Vermilionville Living History Museum and Folklife Park in Lafayette http://www.bayouvermiliondistrict.org/vermilionville/en/, including group luncheon and group participation entertainment; the Jean Lafitte National Park Acadian Cultural Center site is on adjacent property  https://www.nps.gov/jela/new-acadian-cultural-center.htm


Thursday - Tour of the Falcon Rice Mill, owned by your rally hosts’ family,


Touring the City Hall Museum

Lunch in Crowley


Friday – Free day

Evening “Festivals Acadiens et Créoles”, music festival, http://www.festivalsacadiens.com/


Saturday - Breakfast and music at Buck and Johnny’s, http://buckandjohnnys.com/menu/zydeco-breakfast/

Free day Saturday

Cajun Dinner


The above information will be updated as  the rally planning progresses.

For those wondering why the early cutoff date...  RV parks in the south have a very healthy fall and winter business.  Many have gone away from accepting rallies October through March, and more are making the switch.  We are extremely fortunate when a member can arrange a rally in the south during these peak times.  Park owners set the reservation cutoff dates in order to be able to release the unsold rally sites to the public to 

entice faithful fans and return business.