CALCASIEU RIVER: Latitude = 29.767135, Longitude = -93.344802, Zoom=13

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From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia The Calcasieu River (KAL-kuh-shoo) is a river on the Gulf Coast of southwestern Louisiana, U.S.A.. Approximately 200 miles (320 km) long, it drains a largely rural area of forests and bayou country, meandering southward to the Gulf of Mexico. The name Calcasieu comes from the Native American Atakapa language katkosh, for Eagle, and yok, to cry. Its historical Spanish name was Arroyo Hondo (Deep Stream). The Calcasieu rises in Vernon Parish, north of Leesville, and flows initially southeast, passing through the Kisatchie National Forest southwest of Alexandria. It then turns southwest, flowing past Oakdale and Lake Charles, the largest city on the river. It enters the north end of the brackish Calcasieu Lake, an estuary on the Gulf of Mexico approximately 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Lake Charles. The lake, which is referred to by locals as Big Lake, is connected by a 5-mile (8 km) channel to the gulf on the south end. The lower portion of the river south of Lake Charles is paralleled by a navigable canal which connects to the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.