Toledo Bend Water Level Water level on 01/22 at 11:30 PM CST168.60 ft 3.40 Water level for the last 30 daysWeather Forecast TodayJan 23, 2022 35°F Toledo Bend Clear See 7-day Forecast Bluebird Trail At Hodges GardensFestivals HomeBattle of Pleasant HillFestival of LightsFree State FestivalLoggers' FestivalMilam Settlers' DaysMud & Trail Ride - RCMud & Trail Ride - NWTFPineland DaysPioneer Trade DayPow-wowSawmill DaysTamale FiestaClick on each festival name to get pictures and details…MARCHRotary Club Annual Mud & Trail Ride1st Saturday of March. Camping, classes, mud rides and the beautiful nature trails of SRA Park Site #3 – 3AAPRILBattle of Pleasant HillEarly April – weekend closest to April 8-9 (the actual dates of the battle). Re-enactment of a Civil War rebel victory. Has over 700 re-enactors and attracts between 5,000 and 10,000 visitors each year.Pioneer Trade Day3rd Saturday of April. This festival with food, vendors, historical exhibits is held at the historic Gaines-Oliphint House and proceeds benefit the restoration and preservation of the house.MAYChoctaw-Apache Pow-Wow1st weekend in May. Powwow events are held both Saturday and Sunday.Zwolle Loggers’ Festival2nd weekend in May. This festival pays tribute to all the logging and forestry families and industries in the town and parish.Fisher Sawmill Days3rd weekend in May. This festival “tells it like it was” in Fisher at the turn of the last century during the early days of lumbering in Louisiana. It recaptures the flavor of life in a sawmill village.OCTOBERPineland DaysHeld in odd-numbered years on the 1st Saturday of OctoberZwolle Tamale Fiesta2nd weekend in October. Recalls the area’s occupation by the Spanish Province of Texas.NOVEMBERSabine Free State Festival1st weekend in November. This festival commemorates the time when the area was a Free State (1806-1822), located between Spanish land and the United States.Milam Settlers’ DaysWeekend before Thanksgiving. The historic theme of the festival is focused on the Causey House in Milam. Milam is Sabine County’s oldest town with a history that dates back to at least 1828, at which time it was called Red Mound.DECEMBERFestival of Lights1st Saturday of December – continuing all month. Christmas Festival and City of Lights – Since its beginnings in 1927, the Festival of Lights has grown into Louisiana’s premier community based Christmas Celebration.