The Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights offers great opportunities to shop and save throughout the eight festive cities. Check out a complete list of north Louisiana shops, antique stores, malls and more on the Louisiana Shopping Trail.

I-20 West to East and I-49 North to South

Day 1 – Shreveport-Bossier

Louisiana Boardwalk Outlets – Bossier City

What you’ll find:  Nestled on the banks of the Red River, Louisiana Boardwalk Outlets offers outlet shopping, restaurants and sweetshops, a movie theater with IMAX showings, trolley rides, on-site hotels, and more. Don’t leave without exploring the popular Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World or indulging in a chocolate apple from a local chocolatier, The Chocolate Crocodile. If you’re over 21, test your luck at Margaritaville Resort Casino, where it’s tropical and vibrant year-round.

Stirling Bossier Shopping Center – Bossier City

What you’ll find:  Stirling Bossier is a community shopping center with national retailers like Bed Bath and Beyond, Belk and Target and local restaurants like Avocado California Roll & Sushi and Dickey’s Barbeque Pit. It’s near other great restaurants in north Bossier like TaMolly’s Mexican Restaurant.

Line Avenue Shopping District – Shreveport

What you’ll find: A five-mile treasure trove of unique gifts and some of the best in boutique shopping, antique stores, specialty shopping, shoe stores and more spread throughout neighborhood shopping centers such as Pierremont Mall, Town Oak Square and Uptown Shopping Center. Dine at Real BBQ and More, Superior’s Steakhouse or Bistro Byronz located all along the Line Avenue Shopping District.

Shoppes at Bellemead – Shreveport

What you’ll find: A premier shopping destination with 19 top retailers including Talbots, White House/Black Market. Jos A. Bank, Loft and more. Plus, while you’re there you can grab a bite to eat at Cantina Laredo, Chicken Salad Chick or Buttercups Cupcakes.

Youree Drive – Shreveport

What you’ll find: The area south of the intersection of Youree Drive and E. Kings Highway in Shreveport is one of Shreveport-Bossier’s busiest shopping districts. Ranging from “big box” stores like Lowe’s, Target, Barnes & Noble and Best Buy to independent shops like Uniquely Yours, Favorite Sisters’ Boutique and Lewis Gifts, this area is sure to be bustling throughout the holiday shopping season.

Day 2 – Minden, Monroe-West Monroe

Minden Historic Downtown Business District – Minden

What you’ll find: Drive into Minden’s Historic Downtown Business District and immediately you’ll step back in time to the delightfully preserved Minden Main Street, paved with bricks laid in 1917. The historic downtown structures, many of them dating to the turn of the century, house shops that range from artistic to utilitarian.  Visitors can shop at the many antique, art and specialty shops, enjoy one of the several downtown food venues, or stop into the parish museum.

Antique Alley – Monroe-West Monroe

What you’ll find: Southern Living calls this “a shopaholic’s delight” that “has pretty much anything a shopper with eclectic tastes could want.” Discover blocks and blocks of unique stores in beautiful downtown West Monroe with everything from home decor, jewelry, clothing, European and American antiques, art and more.

Pecanland Mall – Monroe-West Monroe

What you’ll find: North Louisiana’s largest shopping mall, anchored by Belk, JCPenney, and Dillard’s. Browse through more than 100 stores like Victoria’s Secret, Buckle, Charlotte Russe, Bath & Body Works, The Camouflage Shoppe,  Icings by Claire’s, Kirkland’s, New York & Company, Old Navy, and so much more! It’s also home to Cinema 10 and a food court. The shopping does not end inside the mall. In Pecanland Plaza, you will find Kohl’s, Best Buy, Target, Bed, Bath, & Beyond, Ross, and TJ Maxx.

Downtown RiverMarket – Monroe-West Monroe

What you’ll find: Enjoy shopping, food, and fun along the beautiful Ouachita River in downtown Monroe. The RiverMarket brings in vendors from across the region selling clothing, jewelry, art, food, and accessories in this open air market. Each weekend brings a different theme with demonstrations, samples, and live entertainment.

Day 3 – Natchitoches, Alexandria/Pineville

Historic Shopping District – Natchitoches

What you’ll find: Natchitoches, the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase, celebrates its tri-centennial in 2014.  The National Historic Landmark District is home to more than two dozen shops along brick-paved Front Street.  From antiques to fine apparel, sweet treats and souvenirs, home décor and handbags, you can find it all along the banks of Cane River Lake in this quaint and charming city.

Kaffie-Frederick General Mercantile – Natchitoches

What you’ll find: This old hardware store is the oldest of its kind in Louisiana. It features everything you remember from the “good old days” like hardware, housewares, cookware and kitchen supplies, classic toys (like Radio Flyer) and gifts. The original freight elevator still works and the 1910 cash register is not only in great condition – it is still used for every sale.

Alexandria Mall – Alexandria

What you’ll find: Located in the heart of Louisiana, Alexandria Mall has many familiar and unique shops and restaurants to choose. Spend a day shopping in our newly renovated interior that includes Dillard’s, JCPenney, Burlington Coat Factory, Stage, Bed Bath & Beyond, Bath & Body Works, Justice, plus an array of specialty retailers and much more!

Sassy Girl – Alexandria

What you’ll find: Sassy Girl is a fun boutique with a New Orleans flair featuring high-quality fashion jewelry, semi-precious stones designs, art deco glass jewelry, sterling silver, pewter and freshwater pearls, and the newest in feather jewelry.

Peterman Drive Shops – Alexandria

What you’ll find: Hoity Toity Boutique is your gateway to contemporary yet vintage ladies apparel, shoes, and accessories. Terra Home is a locally owned home decor, jewelry and gift shop. Addie’s Closet Boutique, where southern meets sass, offers “delta chic” clothes for women of varying sizes, ages, and life stages! 

Antique Shopping – Alexandria & Pineville area

What you’ll find: If you are looking for antiques, we have the shops for you to browse. With many antique shops and flea markets in the area, you will be able to find that perfect piece of furniture, china, or oddity.

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