WHERE TO STAY

What an eye opener! Wake up in the city of friends and frogs. Bed and breakfasts, located in diverse neighborhoods, are managed by innkeepers with an insider’s view of the City of Rayne.

Enjoy camping? We’ve got a pad for you. Throughout the year, RV enthusiasts rally to Rayne’s RV park, adjacent to our civic center. It’s your home away from home, with 750 hook-ups.

A selection of hotels offer mainstream amenities with small-town hospitality. Rayne is the city where les bon temps (the good times) abound.

HOTELS:

Best Western Rayne Inn
1422 North Polk Street
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-0060
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Days Inn
1125 Church Point Hwy.
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-0000
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BED AND BREAKFAST:

Maison Daboval Bed & Breakfast
305 E. Louisiana Ave
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-3489
website

Maison D'Memoire Bed & Breakfast
8450 Roberts Cove Rd.
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-2477 or (866) 580-2477
website

RV PARKS:

City of Rayne RV Park
300 Frog Festival Dr.
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-3121
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  • In the 1900s, Rayne was a
    leading producer of eggs, sweet potatoes, cotton, and of course, frogs.
  • Rayne holds the all-time
    LA snowfall record - 24 inches
    on February 14 & 15, 1895.
  • Rayne once had a semi-pro
    black baseball team known
    as the Blue Eagles.
  • The Rayne high school six-man football team won the state championship in 1944.
  • In 1908, the town passed
    an ordinance requiring all
    property owners to put down
    plank sidewalks.
  • In 1946, the population of Rayne grew enough that the State Legislature declared
    it a city.
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