NPS Economic Impact Report

The National Park Service released it’s 2019 economic impact report for park gateway communities on June 11.

For the Natchitoches area, 29,900 park visitors spent an estimated $1.8 million in the local community while visiting Cane River Creole National Historical Park (Oakland and Magnolia Plantations). These expenditures supported a total of 25 jobs, $677 thousand in labor income, $1.2 million in value added, and $2.2 million in economic output in the local economy surrounding Cane River Creole National Historical Park.

More detailed information can be found in the attachments (SEE PHOTOS BELOW).