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MANDEVILLE, LOUISIANA

A Locals Guide to Mandeville

Mandeville is an absolute gem of a city, boasting an abundance of breathtaking natural beauty that will leave you awe-struck! It’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of life south of the lake. As a waterfront and water-oriented community, Mandeville enjoys a temperate climate all year round, surrounded by a lush canopy of live oaks, magnolias and towering pines. And guess what? Many current Mandeville residents use the Causeway Bridge to commute to work in New Orleans and the metro area, making it easy breezy to enjoy the best of both worlds!

RESIDENTS

Based on 2020 census records Mandeville consists of nearly 13,192 residents.  Homes vary from historic homes, homes with acreage, subdivisions, luxury properties, garden home communities, townhomes, and condos. 

SCHOOLS

Mandeville offers both options for public and private schooling. Make sure to check with the St. Tammany School District to research your options in the area. 

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TO DO

The Mandeville Lakefront

Get ready to experience the ultimate relaxation spot! The stunning Mandeville lakefront, surrounded by majestic oak trees, is the ideal spot to spend your mornings, afternoons, and evenings. Located in the vibrant historic downtown Mandeville, this lakefront boasts of locally owned restaurants that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving for more. The lakefront is also conveniently situated near the famous St. Tammany trace, attracting many bikers, joggers, and walkers who venture off the path to bask in the beauty of the lakefront and indulge in the scrumptious food and drinks at the local pubs. So, pack your bags and head over to Mandeville lakefront to experience a perfect blend of nature, food, and fun!

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Fontainbleau State Park

You’re in for a treat at Fontainbleu Park! This wonderful park is brimming with Mandeville’s natural beauty and offers a ton of activities for everyone. Get ready to explore the camp sites, enjoy a refreshing dip in the sandy beach, go for a leisurely walk or bike ride on the trails, immerse yourself in nature on the nature trails, play around in the playgrounds or the splash pad, and discover the ruins of the 1829 sugar mill. And if you’re looking for a perfect spot to enjoy a picnic, you’ll love the many large oak trees that provide ample shade on a beautiful day. But wait, there’s more! The park also offers guided and educational tours that take you through the entire park. Trust us, it’s definitely something worth checking out. So grab your friends and family, pack your bags, and get ready for a fun-filled adventure at Fontainbleu Park!

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Old Mandeville

Mandeville is the perfect destination for a romantic and charming gem of our town! Take a leisurely stroll along the gorgeous Lakeshore Drive or the famous Girod Street to discover the stunning historic homes, picturesque waterfront properties, and amazing local restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Don’t miss the chance to visit the local farmers market on Saturdays, or indulge in a relaxing stay-cation at one of the many cozy bed and breakfasts. With so many exciting adventures waiting for you in Old Mandeville, you’re sure to have a blast!

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