Welcome to Louisiana's Northshore
Welcome to St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana's Northshore. We are 45 minutes north of New Orleans and the natural choice for families
, nature and art lovers, and golfers
. Find festivals, go shopping, tour Abita Brewery, try tubing, fishing, cycle the Tammany Trace or take a swamp tour
, enjoy a wine tasting
View information about St. Tammany's Family-Friendly Mardi Gras
events and activities.
Download our FREE apps PlayNorthshore: iPhone
and EatDrinkEnjoy Louisiana’s Northshore: iPhone
These apps will guide visitors to the best seafood shops, finest dining rooms, and the best outdoor adventures on Louisiana’s Northshore.
|GO VISIT: Louisiana's Northshore|
Make a Memory in St. Tammany
Check out our new GO VISIT: Louisiana’s Northshore video shorts and find out how you can GO FISH, GO JAZZ, GO SWAMP, GO HISTORIC, GO WACKY, GO BIKE, GO WILD, GO GATOR and GO PLAY in St. Tammany! With Emmy-award winning host Tom Gregory.
|Great spots to picnic on the Northshore|
Spread a blanket in one of our lovely parks
Celebrate the Northshore
Pack a basket or pick up po-boys. Explore one of our picnic spots.
You'll find lots of shade, picnic tables and scenery at our two state parks-Fontainebleau, off Hwy. 190 in Mandeville,
Fairview Riverside on Hwy. 22 in
Or, try Bogue Falaya Park in Covington
and Heritage Park
and John Slidell Park in Slidell.
|Bring your appetite when you visit Slidell|
Louisiana flavors shine at hands of seasoned chefs
There's no shortage of prime spots to eat in Slidell.
Dine with a view at two popular restaurants overlooking scenic Bayou Bonfouca: Palmettos, where chefs Kirk Dunbar and Daniel Bourgault showcase local ingredients,
and at chef Ross Eirich's nearby
Nathan's. Christopher's on Carey, in the heart of Olde Towne, puts chef Christopher Case's elegant spin
on Louisiana classics. Try LA Pines, featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,"
and known for smoked prime rib poboy and Mama Jim's Almost Famous Fudge Pie.