Fresh seafood, rich farms, cattle herds and a growing community help make Delcambre one of the most promising Louisiana towns along the Gulf Coast. Delcambre is the home of the annual Shrimp Festival, making it a major Louisiana tourist attraction. This small seaport along Highway 14 is linked to Lake Peigneur on Jefferson Island, and the Gulf of Mexico by the Delcambre Canal (Bayou Carlin). The harbor provides ready access to the local waterways with a 28-slip marina at North Pier Marina and a four bay launch at Bayou Carlin Cove Boat Landing & Pavilion. You can view local shrimp boats from Bayou Carlin Cove, a popular spot for artists. Or, you can drop a line in the water at the fishing pier.