Description - Follow the Bienville Trace Scenic Byway I to fascinating places like the Germantown Museum in Minden, the Bernice Depot Museum in Bernice or the Caddo-Pine Island Museum in Oil City. Explores Louisiana's northeastern Parishes of Monroe-West Monroe, Claiborne, Madison, Grant, and Franklin, the byway offers a taste of Louisiana history, art, entertainment, food and family fun. Interesting old public buildings and postcard-perfect villages along the way like Columbia, Winnsboro, Lake Providence and St. Joseph define the term "charming." Get a taste of archaeology at Poverty Point State Commemorative Area, a major archaeological site where produces from the Upper Mississippi Valley, the Great Lakes, the Ouachita River, and the Ozark and Appalachian Mountains were imported and distributed among Native American Tribes.
- The Bienville Trace Scenic Byway I is known for it's Archeology, Historical, Natural, Recreational and Scenic Attractions.
Directions from : The byway travels along a myriad of roads and to reach it, you can take Hwy. 2 from Bernice, I-80 from Tallulah, I-84 from Natchez, Hwy. 4 from Chatham, or I-80 from Ruston.