small city in and the parish seat of Winn Parish, Louisiana
Winnfield has been home to three Louisiana governors, most notably Huey Long.
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Winnfield is 49 miles south of Alexandria and is only accessible by car. The one highways that run through the town are:
- US Highway 167 run concurrently north to south. north going to Ruston and US 167 north to El Dorado, Arkansas. Southbound goes to Pineville, and Alexandria.
Get around edit
- 1 Earl K. Long Memorial Park, Maple St between Pineville and Valley Sts. Small city park containing the tomb of former governor Earl Long, marked by a statue of the man on top.
- 2 Louisiana Political Museum & Hall of Fame, 499 E Main St, ☏ , email@example.com. M-F 9AM-5PM. A museum honoring Louisiana's leading politicians and political journalists, housed in Winnfield's former railroad depot. Free.
- 1 Flurry's, 101 E Main St, ☏ . M-F 9AM-5PM. Pharmacy and gift shop housed in Winnfield's oldest brick building.
- 1 Rodeway Inn & Suites, 5930 US Hwy 167 N, ☏ , fax: . Free breakfast, high speed internet, guest laundry facilities available. $70+.
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|Routes through Winnfield|
|Mansfield ← Clarence ←||W E||→ Vidalia → Natchez|
|Little Rock ← Ruston ←||N S||→ Pineville → Alexandria|