From Navasota eastward the route continues through farming and ranching country on the state highways and rural roads. Near the Texas/Louisiana border you'll pass through verdant "Big Thicket" country. The culture changes as the route heads into Louisiana. Mamou is known for its Cajun music and make sure you sample some of that famous Cajun food. The route continues to follow mostly low traffic rural roads on flat terrain into New Roads. A spur into Baton Rouge is shown. Click on enlargement for detail.
Current Printed Version: 2011
Reviewed by: Anonymous 7/13/09
Very good map. Traffic was minimal, however sometimes this translated to rougher roads. At WB mile 33 on map 76 there is currently a detour for LA 103 that goes south through Pointe Barre. It is well signed and the roads are reasonable. It returns to the map route at the intersection of LA 743 and LA 103 just outside of Washington.