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: 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: Darrow
    40136 Hwy. 942, River Rd. Darrow, LA 70725
    Houmas House is so much more than just a tour of a grand antebellum estate. Experience the southern splendor of "The Sugar Palace" when you step into 16 rooms filled with period antiques and...
    City: New Iberia
    1201 East Admiral Doyle Drive New Iberia, LA 70560
    Sun-Thurs 11AM-9:30PM; Fri-Sat 11AM-10PM. Oversized buffet tables with more than 80 items arranged beautifully that capture the favorite flavors of China, Japan and Mongolia. Banquet facility and...
    City: St. Francisville
    11757 Ferdinand St. St. Francisville, LA 70775
    Nestled in rolling hills on the mighty Mississippi River, St. Francisville and West Feliciana Parish is a unique area we call Louisiana’s Hill Country. Visit this quintessential...
    City: New Orleans
    945 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The National WWII Museum, an expansive campus of exhibition pavilions exploring the war that changed the world. The epic conflict brought to life with powerful personal stories, the 4-D  "Beyond...
    City: Marksville
    711 Paragon Pl. Marksville, LA 71351
    Paragon Casino Resort offers the complete luxury casino resort experience; there is something for everyone. Includes designer & gift shops, Spa La Vie & fitness center, a selection of restaurants,...
    City: New Iberia
    713 Northwest Bypass (Highway 3212) New Iberia, LA 70560
    Full service campground just north of Highway 90 (Exit #126) with 30 and 50 amp hookups. Pull through and back in slots available, check-in at noon, with open check-out. During your stay enjoy the...
    City: New Orleans
    300 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130
    This luxury French Quarter hotel has an international reputation for exceptional accommodations & dedicated service. Flexible meeting space & superb restaurants and lounges cater to groups of all...
    City: Jennings
    100 Rue de l'Acadie Jennings, LA 70546
    Resue, Educate and Release! The Gator Chateau is home to rescued, orphaned baby alligators as well as mature alligators. We foster the gators until they are able to be released back to their...

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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