Slidell Real Estate
Slidell, Louisiana – Guide
Slidell, Louisiana is just north of New Orleans Louisiana, connected by the Twin Span bridges. Slidell has a shared New Orleans culture of food, events, and neighbors that may make it a great place to call home.
Based on census records the town of Abita consists of nearly 28,699 residents. Homes vary from the historic home, homes with acreage, subdivisions, luxury, and even townhomes/condos.
St Tammany School Systems
From the charming Little Oak Middle School to Northshore High School or even some of the private schools, the rankings of these schools are above average. With many schools across the area, we can help you into the school district of your dream.
To read about the rankings of these and other schools in the area click here: www.greatschools.org/louisiana/slidell/#TopSchools
Things to Do
Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge
Get ready to experience the untamed beauty of the Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge – one of the most awe-inspiring wild swamplands in the entire country! With over 90% of the refuge flooding during winter and spring high river periods, you’ll be transported to a magical labyrinth of sloughs, bayous, and lakes – all just waiting to be explored. And the best part? The unique plant and animal communities that thrive here are adapted to the seasonal floods of the Mississippi Delta area, making your journey even more special! From the threatened ringed sawback turtle to the Gulf sturgeon, you’ll come face-to-face with some of the most incredible creatures on the planet. But that’s not all – the refuge also boasts 860 upland acres of loblolly and slash pine forest, providing a perfect habitat for the threatened gopher tortoise. So what are you waiting for? Come and immerse yourself in the wonder of Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge today!
To read more about the park click here: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/bogue-chitto
Olde Towne is the vibrant and lively heart of Slidell! Since its inception in 1882, Olde Towne has been the cultural hub that defines our unique community. Bursting with local gift shops, antique stores, charming boutiques, scrumptious restaurants, historic homes, beautiful local art, and buzzing bars, Olde Towne is the embodiment of our personality and identity. You’ll be greeted by smiling faces as you stroll through our charming streets, enjoy a cup of coffee at one of our cozy cafes, shop locally for one-of-a-kind finds, and share laughter with friends and family. Olde Towne is not just a place, but a feeling – it’s our beloved southern charm wrapped up in one cozy little neighborhood. Come visit us and discover your own little slice of paradise!
Camellia City Farmer’s Market
Get ready to start your Saturdays off right with the Camellia City Farmers Market! From 8:00 a.m. to noon, you can find us at Griffith Park parking lot on the corner of Third Street (right across from the Post Office). We offer a wide selection of fresh, in-season fruits and vegetables all year round, in addition to arts and crafts, prepared food, live music, and cooking demonstrations. Come join us for a fun-filled morning and take home some delicious, healthy goodies for your family!