Northshore

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Louisiana’s largest population center is not so much defined by a city as by a lake. Lake Pontchartrain is the hub around which much of the Northshore turns, and it sparkles with lakeside communities such as Mandeville and Slidell. Just inland are the riverside communities of Covington, known for its arts scene, and Madisonville, with its nationally recognized Wooden Boat Festival in September. The town of Abita Springs, meanwhile, is famed locally for its water and beer, but visitors are also invariably charmed by its shady, historic streets. The Northshore has excellent restaurants, including Del Porto and Etoile in Covington, La Provence in Lacombe and Nuvolari’s in Mandeville. Between fishing and sailing, the recreational possibilities run deep. On the Northshore, boaters have ready access to Lake Pontchartrain and the spectacular Rigolets pass, which ultimately connects to the Gulf of Mexico. In this sense, the Northshore stands on the gulf coast itself.

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    City: Lake Charles
    1205 N. Lakeshore Drive Lake Charles, LA 70601
    The Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau is conveniently located along Interstate 10, exit 29 east bound and exit 30 west bound. The bureau comes equipped with a wall...
    City: Mandeville
    68099 Hwy. 59 Mandeville, LA 70471
    The Northshore offers scenic beauty and memory-making experiences.  Just an hour from New Orleans, Baton Rouge or the Mississippi Gulf Coast, explore our outdoors & 80,000 acres of wildlife refuge....
    City: New Orleans
    1 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    One of the top 5 aquariums featuring the largest collection of sharks and jellyfish. Don't miss our rare white gator, penguins, otters and a changing exhibits gallery. Steps away from the French...
    City: New Orleans
    1380 Port of New Orleans Pl. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The New Orleans Hotel Collection offers seven unique and upscale hotels located in the historic French Quarter, Central Business District and near the New Orleans airport. The Bourbon Orleans Hotel...
    City: New Orleans
    1221 Elmwood Park Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70123
    Bordered by the lake and river, Kenner offers an array of experiences. From boat launches to casino betting, there's fun for all ages. In Rivertown, experience the Kenner Planetarium for an "out ...
    City: Lafayette
    1879 W Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    Hop on board our cozy customized 14-passenger tour bus for a fun, informative and delicious "bites and sites" tour around Acadiana.  Six food-tasting stops during a 3 1/2 hour tour are included in...
    City: New Orleans
    610 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130
    Designed in true European style. Nationally-registered landmark was formerly a bank. Full-service restaurant, lounge, library, high-speed Internet, cordless phones and a unique feature the bank...
    City: Vacherie
    3645 Hwy. 18, River Rd. Vacherie, LA 70090
    Nowhere in the South is there a more spectacular setting!  A powerful testimony to the rich history of the antebellum south, Oak Alley invites visitors to explore all facets of her plantation past:...
    City: New Orleans
    509 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112
    The Audubon Cottages transport guests to the charm and elegance of old New Orleans. A relaxing retreat in the French Quarter, each one and two bedroom Cottage offers distinct accommodations that...

Louisiana’s largest population center is not so much defined by a city as by a lake. Lake Pontchartrain is the hub around which much of the Northshore turns, and it sparkles with lakeside communities such as Mandeville and Slidell. Just inland are the riverside communities of Covington, known for its arts scene, and Madisonville, with its nationally recognized Wooden Boat Festival in September. The town of Abita Springs, meanwhile, is famed locally for its water and beer, but visitors are also invariably charmed by its shady, historic streets. The Northshore has excellent restaurants, including Del Porto and Etoile in Covington, La Provence in Lacombe and Nuvolari’s in Mandeville. Between fishing and sailing, the recreational possibilities run deep. On the Northshore, boaters have ready access to Lake Pontchartrain and the spectacular Rigolets pass, which ultimately connects to the Gulf of Mexico. In this sense, the Northshore stands on the gulf coast itself.

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