From New Orleans travel on US 90 towards Raceland and take the LA 182 exit.
Then go about 1/4 mile and turn right on LA 307 to start a great ride on a 2-lane blacktop road.
The first part is very twisty through sugarcane fields and then turns into a scenic cruise with many sweeping turns through Cajun country.
There are a few places to stop but the ride is so nice that you probably will just keep riding.
The road ends at the intersection with LA 20 (another great ride).
- Michael Giroir (7/29/11)
Rural cajun country road with plenty of small country stores along the route.
Bayous and cypress trees line either side of the road.
- Mike Stevenson (7/7/10)
Highway 307 is worth going out of your way for.
Excellent road conditions where it counts (when it gets twisty).
Great scenery and local color.
Stop at Sparr's (a few miles up Hwy 90) for fried catfish before heading to New Orleans.
- Brennan (10/21/08)
State Route 307 is, by far, one of the best roads in Louisiana I have been on in quite a long time.
Recently it has been resurfaced for a smooth, no pot holes ride.
Like the other comment, it still does not have a shoulder and the only 'beware' I noticed was: beware of the 'Road Kill'.
The road does run through the middle of a swamp.
Great road conditions, and very low traffic make for a great ride.
- Larry (9/28/08)
Highway 307 is a fun bayou backroad that twists through unpopulated sugar cane fields and swamps on its eastern half (be careful -- no shoulder and water right up to the road's edge), then curves gently through lightly populated areas west of Bayou Beouf and through the town of Kraemer.
- Rider from New Orleans, Louisiana (11/29/07)