Vanity Fair Outlet Mall
Located on the West side of Hwy 151 just south of Interstate 20, the VF Factory Outlet shopping mall draws people from across the Ark-La-Tex shopping for bargains on clothes and shoes. The Outlet Mall is also home to Koret, Van Heusen, Banister, Bass, Bonworth, and Friends. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10 am to 7 pm and Sundays 12 noon to 6 pm.
North Louisiana Bluegrass Club
Papa Simpson’s Farm
Bienville Depot Museum
Located one block south of where highway 151 begins, the Depot itself was built in 1908 and is the only wooden depot in existence between Marshall, Texas and Jackson, Mississippi.  It served as both a passenger and freight station. Today it houses the offices of the Chamber of Commerce and a museum, and also serves as a community center for meetings, weddings, shows, etc. The museum contains a variety of exhibits from local artists in Bienville Parish. Visitors can also see historical documents, photographs, railroad items, and military memorabilia from the 1930's and 1940's. The Depot is located at 2440 Hazel Street and 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Trails End Golf Course
Trails End golf course is a nine green course with eighteen tee boxes. Some holes are considered challenging because of the rolling hills.
You don’t have to be a long hitter on this course to score well, but you must strike your irons well to hit the greens.  There is some bunkering and small creeks on the course.  You can play year round in North Louisiana, so get to the first tee!
Antique Stores
Many antique stores within close proximity of one another in the downtown area is a shopper's paradise. Never know what treasure you're likely to find.  Combine Trade Days with the Antique stores and a trip to the mall and you can make a whole weekend of it. Be sure and check out one of our fine restaurants while in town and maybe plan on spending the night at the Days Inn. If it's the second Saturday of the month you can drop the husband off at the Bluegrass show while you're shopping.  Just be sure you got his credit card or a little cash before you let him out.
Bonnie & Clyde Trade Days
Bonnie and Clyde Trade Days Offers 130 acres of outdoor bargain shopping, an RV park, a water front cafe, a stage for concerts, three stocked fishing ponds, and a nearby golf course and airport.  Trade Days is located on Highway 9, about two miles south of where Highway 151 begins and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday before the third Monday of each month.  There is no admission charge and parking is just $3.00 per car.
With many buildings dating back to the turn of the 20th century, they are filled today with antique stores and great restaurants.
Travel two blocks west on North Railroad Avenue and you're at the old post office built in 1937 and still in use today.  It's open seven days a week and features a mural "Cotton Time".  For "New Deal" enthusiasts this was painted by an artist under the New Deal's Works Project Administration (WPA).  The WPA put thousands of unemployed people to work in the 1930's and 1940's, including artists and writers.