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 550 South Lofton Dr. , Picayune, MS, US, 39466

  • Phone: (601) 799-2833
  • Fax: (601) 799-2996
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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»John Slidell Park

Enjoy hours upon hours of fun-filled activity at the John Slidell Park. The park features plenty of open space, playgrounds, baseball fields, and walking trails. Spend the day lounging under the shade of a tree or exploring the trails that wind their way across grassy lawns. Dogs are welcomed too, so bring your four-legged friends along for a bit of exercise and fun.

105 Robert Boulevard
Slidell, LA 70458

»Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company

Founded in 2005 by Mark Henderson and his wife, Leslie, Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company is a monumental brewery in Mississippi, as it was the first to open its doors in the state, following the prohibition. Tours around the brewery give visitors an insight into the brewing process. Beers cannot be directly purchased at the brewery, however, during the tour, guests get an opportunity to sample pints of their brews. Lazy Magnolia beers are available in multiple states across the United States; the award-winning Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale is a must-try.

7030 Roscoe Turner Road
Kiln, MS 39556

»Camp Salmen Nature Park

Explore the lush landscape of Camp Salmen Nature Park and reconnect with nature. This green oasis is a fine place to spend the day with the family. Explore interpretive trails and visit the historic Camp Salmen House, or walk along the raised boardwalk to the mysterious waters of the swimming hole. The pavilion is often used as a venue for public concerts and other events.

35122 Camp Salmen Road
Slidell, LA 70460

»New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad-New Orleans and Great Northern Railroad Depot

Slidell is a historic Amtrak station built in 1913, which continues to function even today. However, one one train service is available at the station throughout the day. Owing to its historic nature, the station was heavily refurbished, and now accommodates an art gallery, a restaurant and a cultural center.

1809 Front Street
Slidell, LA 70458

»Heritage Park

A wonderful destination for a family outing, Heritage Park is situated in Old Towne Slidell. Open daily, this is a park every member of the family would like visiting, what with its splash pad, children's playground, jogging path, picnic tables, gazebo and more. It is also possible to book the gazebo for private use. Heritage Park is also well known as the site of the Slidell Heritage Festival, held annually on the 4th of July. The festival features some great food, drink and live entertainment.

1701 Bayou Lane
Slidell, LA 70458

»Slidell Museum

Take a stroll through the city's colorful past at the Slidell Museum. Housed within the old town jail, the museum boasts an extensive collection of memorabilia, photographs and exhibits that depict the region's history and its role in civil war. Mardi Gras Museum at the Slidell museum is an especially popular addition to the museum's collection and attracts visitors from far and wide.

2020 1st Street
Slidell, LA 70458


Located to the north east of New Orleans, Slidell owes its beginnings to the early 17th Century settler John William Gause who was instrumental in setting up the lumber industry. After 1910, the city showed impressive spurts in growth especially in ship-building, trading and the brickyard industry. As of now, Slidell attracts visitors for its legendary Southern warmth, Christmas parades, street parties and live entertainment which showcase the best of what New Orleans as a whole has to offer. Slide into Slidell; it's worth a visit!

Slidell, LA

»Fritchie Park

Spend the day at Fritchie Park and catch a game of baseball or soccer at the park's well-lit fields. The park also features a well-sheltered playground for younger children. Sit back and relax beneath the cool shade of a tree, or indulge in a bit of exercise at Fritchie Park.

Spartan Drive
Slidell, LA 70458

»Insta-Gator Ranch

A tour at Insta-Gator Ranch will give you great insights of alligators and alligator industry. Right from witnessing a fully grown alligators in crystal clear water to touching the baby alligators in the temperature-controlled pool, this place educates visitors on this amazing specie. Insta-Gator Ranch serves as an event venue for private events like birthday parties, and houses an alligator shop showcasing alligator products.

23440 Lowe Davis Road
Covington, LA 70435

»Pontchartrain Vineyards

Louisiana's exclusive cuisine calls for special wines and Pontchartrain Vineyards exactly does that. This winery located close to Covington offers locally-produced wines that represent the flavorful cuisine of its state. Visitors can avail the on-site tours that take you through the entire vineyard and wine-making process. And, its tasting room beckons you to savor the distinctive wine samples; it is also available for private functions like weddings, receptions and similar events. That's not it, Pontchartrain Vineyards hosts live music concerts too on a regular basis. Good food, great wine and cool entertainment makes for a pleasant and memorable experience. For more details and other information, check website.

81250 Old Military Road
Bush, LA 70431

»Abita Brewery

Founded in 1986, Abita Brewing Company, in its first year, produced 1500 barrels of beer. Today, they brew over 62,000 barrels of beer and 3000 barrels of root beer. Take a tour around this massive brewery and you would be delighted with this unique experience! Tours begin and end in the tasting room, where you can sample every Abita beer you've ever wanted to try. 

21084 Louisiana 36
Covington, LA 70433

»Frank Davis "Naturally N'Awlins" Memorial Bridge

The twin spans, of the Frank Davis "Naturally N'Awlins" Memorial Bridge, carry Interstate Highway 10 across the waters of Lake Pontchartrain, connecting New Orleans to Slidell. The original bridge was constructed in 1965, however after wide-spread damage caused by hurricane Katrina rendered both spans vulnerable, a new twin span bridge was built to replace the original.

Interstate 10
Slidell, LA 70461
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