|Bed & Breakfast Inn||Council House Cafe||Historic Village||Log Cabin Gift Shop|
French Camp, originally known as the Frenchman’s Camp, was founded circa 1810 when Louis LeFleur and his family opened a stand, or tavern and inn. His son, Greenwood LeFleur, changed the spelling of his last name to LeFlore. (Depending on the time frame under discussion, you will see Greenwood’s last name spelled both ways.) Folks traveling down the Natchez Trace can see how early American life was lived by walking or driving through French Camp Academy’s Historic District. A wooden boardwalk extends through the entire district from the Log Cabin Gift Shop to the Bed and Breakfast Inn. If you need to rest overnight, the Bed and Breakfast Inn provides a quiet respite at the east end of the Historic District.