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827 Milling Ave - 77
827 Milling Ave
Luling, LA
2 Bedrooms
$950
1100 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:32 PM
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1 Unit Available
121 LAKEWOOD Drive
121 Lakewood Drive
Luling, LA | Lone Star Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
983 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
2 Bed 1 Bath Apartment for rent! Townhouse style with living, kitchen, dining downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. High demand area with restaurants and shopping nearby. Stainless appliances include: fridge, microwave, dishwasher and range/oven.
1 Unit Available
12439 US 90 Highway
12439 US Route 90
Luling, LA | Lone Star Park
Studio
$2,850
4200 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Great location in high traffic area on Highway 90 with easy access to I-310 & I-10. Unit is currently vacant with 4,204 square feet with 14 feet ceiling height & stained concrete flooring.
Results within 1 mile of Luling
1 Unit Available
354 MAGNOLIA Avenue
354 Magnolia Avenue
Boutte, LA | Magnolia Ridge Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1100 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
3 Bedrooms, 1 bath cottage style newly updated in St Charles Parish with the best schools in the area! No pets, no smokers: Please be prepared for credit and background checks; checkstubs
1 Unit Available
159 LONGVIEW Drive
159 Longview Drive
Destrehan, LA | Red Church Plantation Estates
Studio
$3,500
3500 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Great Opportunity! Office space on the East Bank of St. Charles. Currently set up as medical but could easily be set up for a different use. Owner willing to build out for different use and/or split up into smaller units.
1 Unit Available
329 ASH Street
329 Ash Street
Boutte, LA | Magnolia Ridge Park
3 Bedrooms
$950
1200 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Location, Location, Located in an established neighborhood in St. Charles Parish.
Results within 5 miles of Luling
1 Unit Available
15090 RIVER Road
15090 River Road
Hahnville, LA
Studio
$5,500
6021 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Huge Commercial building on 5+ acres of land for sale/lease in the heart of Hahnville. A residential house and converted into a commercial property. This property was the old DA's office for St. Charles Parish.
1 Unit Available
112 ST. CHARLES Place
112 Saint Charles Place
Hahnville, LA | St Charles Place
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
826 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
CUTE 2 BED/1 BATH HOME LOCATED MINUTES FROM I310, CHEMICAL PLANTS AND HWY 3127. FENCED IN REAR YARD. SMALL PETS ALLOWED PER OWNER'S DISCRETION AND WITH A PET DEPOSIT. AVAILABLE AND READY TO BE MOVED IN. SECURITY SYSTEM INSTALLED BUT NOT MONITORED.
1 Unit Available
236 W B Street
236 West B Street
Norco, LA | Good Hope Plantation
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1475 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Clean updated home, with no carpet. Large yard with shed, new floors. Lots of Closet space. Ready to move in.
1 Unit Available
1 STOREHOUSE Lane
1 Storehouse Lane
Destrehan, LA
Studio
$1,675
1500 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 09:05 PM
Storehouse Lane retail strip, center space for lease conveniently located right off of Ormond Boulevard. 1500 SF suitable for retail, office, professional services, medical, teaching facility and much more.
1 Unit Available
249 Dianne Dr.
249 Dianne Drive
St. Rose, LA | Dianne Place
1 Bedroom
$600
300 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 10:23 AM
Available 02/01/21 Cozy Cottage - Property Id: 472230 Residence is located in a middle class neighborhood. The neighborhoods family-oriented atmosphere is basically quiet and peaceful. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
Results within 10 miles of Luling
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4 Units Available
Mark Twain I
10150 Jefferson Hwy
River Ridge, LA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$800
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,060
1093 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:37 PM
Mighty oaks tower over the two-story buildings of the Mark Twain I, a property beautifully developed along the banks of the Mississippi River.
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1 Unit Available
Mark Twain II
10950 Jefferson Hwy
River Ridge, LA | Trudeau
1 Bedroom
$760
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 10:37 PM
The one and two bedroom apartment buildings of Mark Twain II are situated along the shores of the Mississippi River.
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22 Units Available
Bellawood Apartment Homes
6801 Veterans Blvd
Metairie, LA | Westgate
1 Bedroom
$771
718 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,113
1008 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,402
1261 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:36 PM
Lots of on-site amenities including a social gazebo, covered parking and clothing care centers. Updated interiors with plantation blinds, new appliances and large closets. Lots of natural light. Near parks.
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15 Units Available
Citrus Creek West
5323 Citrus Blvd
River Ridge, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,195
851 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,235
1052 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:38 PM
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12 Units Available
Palmetto Creek
5101 Citrus Blvd
Elmwood, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,215
1049 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,345
1327 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:36 PM
Community offers a swimming pool, pet walk, on-site fitness center, gazebos and tennis court. Units have fully-equipped kitchens, faux-wood flooring, full-size washer/dryer and large bathrooms.
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14 Units Available
The Lakes of Chateau Estates
3700 Loyola Dr
Kenner, LA | Oakland Plantation Estates
1 Bedroom
$1,120
1039 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,310
1342 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:31 PM
Located just minutes from downtown New Orleans and Louis Armstrong International Airport. Community has a tennis court, on-site fitness center and two swimming pools. One and two-bedroom apartments are bright and airy.
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9 Units Available
Magnolia Creek
2006 Oak Creek Rd
River Ridge, LA
1 Bedroom
$1,005
845 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1063 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:25 PM
Located close to Earhart Expressway, the Huey P. Long Bridge, Downtown New Orleans and Elmwood Business Park. Community has a tennis court, swimming pool and grilling area. Units have Roman tubs and patio/sunrooms.
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2 Units Available
Cypress Creek
2001 Cypress Creek Rd
Elmwood, LA
1 Bedroom
$965
785 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 06:20 PM
One and two-bedroom homes with vaulted ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, and sunrooms. Minutes away from downtown New Orleans and local universities, this pet-friendly community has a sparkling pool and a tennis court, among other amenities.
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12 Units Available
Citrus Creek East
5245 Citrus Blvd
River Ridge, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,090
851 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,220
1052 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:18 PM
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16 Units Available
Bella Ridge North
1101 Dickory Avenue
Elmwood, LA | Elmwood Business District
1 Bedroom
$1,290
996 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
1366 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:13 PM
Great location close to Elmwood shopping and entertainment. Community has a gated pet park, resort-style swimming pool and bike rentals. Units feature large floor plans, dishwashers and crown molding.
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12 Units Available
White Water Creek
6826 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Metairie, LA | Westgate
1 Bedroom
$865
544 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,065
832 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 17 at 06:05 PM
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8 Units Available
Chestnut Creek
5757 Hickory Creek Road
River Ridge, LA
1 Bedroom
$1,020
820 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
1030 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 06:05 PM
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1 Unit Available
340 BERTOLINO DRIVE
340 Bertolino Drive
Kenner, LA | Audubon
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1535 sqft
Last updated January 17 at 10:19 PM
Beautiful brick, turn-key property just waiting for your personal touch! Life comfortably in this spacious home featuring three generously sized bedrooms, two fully updated bathrooms, and plenty of space for everyone in the household to sprawl.
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City Guide

Luling
Since 1980, Luling and the surrounding areas have hosted the Alligator Festival. The annual event coincides with the start of the alligator hunting season at the end of September, and includes activities like music and entertainment, a running event called the Alligator Stomp Run, and culminates in October with the Alligator Festival Golf Tournament.
Since 1980, Luling and the surrounding areas have hosted the Alligator Festival. The annual event coincides with the start of the alligator hunting season at the end of September, and includes activities like music and entertainment, a running event called the Alligator Stomp Run, and culminates in October with the Alligator Festival Golf Tournament.

Nestled on the west bank of the mighty Mississippi River, about 25 miles from New Orleans, is the quiet little town of Luling, Louisiana. As part of St. Charles Parish, Luling is considered a suburb of New Orleans. Fans of the National Football League will no doubt be familiar with the New Orleans Saints football club, but they may not be aware that the local Hahnville High School has produced more NFL players than any other school. The schools in the area boast a ranking of "second-best school board in Louisiana," a predominant reason that many families are moving to the town.

Moving to the Town

Luling is booming right now, with plenty of industries attracting both white-collar and blue-collar workers. As a result, several areas are being developed and rental properties are becoming more common (the area has seen an increase in construction of such properties). That said, you will need to hunker down and invest energy in your search, especially if you have stringent requirements. Give yourself some time to study the area that you want to live in and be prepared to act quickly!

Luling landlords, like those elsewhere in the country, will require some standard materials of all renters. These include a valid ID, proof of income/SSN, and possibly references from a previous landlord. Bring these materials and your checkbook when you go to inspect a possible home-demand definitely outweighs supply here. Luling is not really a renter's town.

In terms of moving, there's not one preferred season for setting up shop here. Some folks prefer to move here during the spring or fall as a way of avoiding the deep summer heat. If the heat and humidity don't bother you, though, summer's just as fine a time as any to put down your roots in Luling.

Moving to the Town
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Luling is booming right now, with plenty of industries attracting both white-collar and blue-collar workers. As a result, several areas are being developed and rental properties are becoming more common (the area has seen an increase in construction of such properties). That said, you will need to hunker down and invest energy in your search, especially if you have stringent requirements. Give yourself some time to study the area that you want to live in and be prepared to act quickly!

Luling landlords, like those elsewhere in the country, will require some standard materials of all renters. These include a valid ID, proof of income/SSN, and possibly references from a previous landlord. Bring these materials and your checkbook when you go to inspect a possible home-demand definitely outweighs supply here. Luling is not really a renter's town.

In terms of moving, there's not one preferred season for setting up shop here. Some folks prefer to move here during the spring or fall as a way of avoiding the deep summer heat. If the heat and humidity don't bother you, though, summer's just as fine a time as any to put down your roots in Luling.

Neighborhoods of Luling

Though the town isn't huge, Luling does have distinct neighborhoods. Here, read a bit about the more popular neighborhoods and the amenities in each.

Ashton: This area tends to be a bit costlier than others. Though some brave souls traverse the area on foot, most people agree that you'll need a car to comfortably get around. Most of the rentals here are houses, not apartments, so if you're searching for a studio you might be out of luck. The city is working to improve the quality of the streets and sidewalks here, so foot and bike travel may become more common in the future.

Willowdale: This area is also pricey and apartment rentals are decidedly more difficult to come by-fair warning! Home rentals, however, can be found in this area. As in Ashton, Willowdale is also receiving city funding for the improvement of bike lanes and sidewalks. Soon, the neighborhood might be a cyclist's paradise.

Other neighborhoods in Luling are Lone Star, Lagatuta Estates, Mimosa Park, Lakewood West, Davis Plantation, Old Luling, Willowridge, and Coronado Park.

Neighborhoods of Luling
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Though the town isn't huge, Luling does have distinct neighborhoods. Here, read a bit about the more popular neighborhoods and the amenities in each.

Ashton: This area tends to be a bit costlier than others. Though some brave souls traverse the area on foot, most people agree that you'll need a car to comfortably get around. Most of the rentals here are houses, not apartments, so if you're searching for a studio you might be out of luck. The city is working to improve the quality of the streets and sidewalks here, so foot and bike travel may become more common in the future.

Willowdale: This area is also pricey and apartment rentals are decidedly more difficult to come by-fair warning! Home rentals, however, can be found in this area. As in Ashton, Willowdale is also receiving city funding for the improvement of bike lanes and sidewalks. Soon, the neighborhood might be a cyclist's paradise.

Other neighborhoods in Luling are Lone Star, Lagatuta Estates, Mimosa Park, Lakewood West, Davis Plantation, Old Luling, Willowridge, and Coronado Park.

Living In Town

The City of Luling is well known in the southern Louisiana region as a quiet place to live. Luling may live in the shadow of a big city, but it's far enough away to enjoy its own identity. Most of the residents have been born and raised here, and work in one of the many industries that support the local economy. Recent arrivals to the area include job seekers from other regions of the country who want to take advantage of the relatively low unemployment rate (compared to the rest of the United States), along with workers from New Orleans who have decided to give up an hour a day to commute to work.

Highways and interstates are easily accessed from anywhere in the town and provide quick routes to the surrounding communities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Although you can find a lot of amenities locally, you will have to find a way to get to them. Since there is no public transit system, you will need to invest in a bicycle, a car, or a good pair or walking shoes. A car is definitely required to take full advantage all that the area has to offer.

There are many beautiful parks in St. Charles Parish, some of them within the Luling city limits, and most have hiking and biking trails. Get out and explore the area to find your favorite park.

The avid outdoors person will be glad to know that Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas are just a short drive away; at these lakes, amateurs and professional fishermen alike attempt to catch different varieties of trout and redfish. Both lakes are huge, and both offer charter boat services.

Another popular outdoor pastime is taking boat tours of the surrounding swamps and bayous. While on tour, don't be surprised to see alligators, nutria, raccoons, and other forms of wildlife-just be careful not to fall in!

To kick off their fall campaign, the Luling Chapter of the United Way hosts an event called "the Battle of the Paddle," where local industries and businesses enter teams in a jambalaya and gumbo cook-off competition. The winning team gets bragging rights as well as an engraved paddle to hang in lobby of the sponsor's establishment. The event grows each year and is one of the area's tastier competitions.

If communing with nature is not your cup of tea, you will have to go a little farther away to partake in any indoor activities. There are no malls or movie theaters in Luling, but fortunately, New Orleans isn't too far away.

Living In Town
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The City of Luling is well known in the southern Louisiana region as a quiet place to live. Luling may live in the shadow of a big city, but it's far enough away to enjoy its own identity. Most of the residents have been born and raised here, and work in one of the many industries that support the local economy. Recent arrivals to the area include job seekers from other regions of the country who want to take advantage of the relatively low unemployment rate (compared to the rest of the United States), along with workers from New Orleans who have decided to give up an hour a day to commute to work.

Highways and interstates are easily accessed from anywhere in the town and provide quick routes to the surrounding communities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Although you can find a lot of amenities locally, you will have to find a way to get to them. Since there is no public transit system, you will need to invest in a bicycle, a car, or a good pair or walking shoes. A car is definitely required to take full advantage all that the area has to offer.

There are many beautiful parks in St. Charles Parish, some of them within the Luling city limits, and most have hiking and biking trails. Get out and explore the area to find your favorite park.

The avid outdoors person will be glad to know that Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas are just a short drive away; at these lakes, amateurs and professional fishermen alike attempt to catch different varieties of trout and redfish. Both lakes are huge, and both offer charter boat services.

Another popular outdoor pastime is taking boat tours of the surrounding swamps and bayous. While on tour, don't be surprised to see alligators, nutria, raccoons, and other forms of wildlife-just be careful not to fall in!

To kick off their fall campaign, the Luling Chapter of the United Way hosts an event called "the Battle of the Paddle," where local industries and businesses enter teams in a jambalaya and gumbo cook-off competition. The winning team gets bragging rights as well as an engraved paddle to hang in lobby of the sponsor's establishment. The event grows each year and is one of the area's tastier competitions.

If communing with nature is not your cup of tea, you will have to go a little farther away to partake in any indoor activities. There are no malls or movie theaters in Luling, but fortunately, New Orleans isn't too far away.

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Luling
Since 1980, Luling and the surrounding areas have hosted the Alligator Festival. The annual event coincides with the start of the alligator hunting season at the end of September, and includes activities like music and entertainment, a running event called the Alligator Stomp Run, and culminates in October with the Alligator Festival Golf Tournament.
Since 1980, Luling and the surrounding areas have hosted the Alligator Festival. The annual event coincides with the start of the alligator hunting season at the end of September, and includes activities like music and entertainment, a running event called the Alligator Stomp Run, and culminates in October with the Alligator Festival Golf Tournament.

Nestled on the west bank of the mighty Mississippi River, about 25 miles from New Orleans, is the quiet little town of Luling, Louisiana. As part of St. Charles Parish, Luling is considered a suburb of New Orleans. Fans of the National Football League will no doubt be familiar with the New Orleans Saints football club, but they may not be aware that the local Hahnville High School has produced more NFL players than any other school. The schools in the area boast a ranking of "second-best school board in Louisiana," a predominant reason that many families are moving to the town.

Moving to the Town

Luling is booming right now, with plenty of industries attracting both white-collar and blue-collar workers. As a result, several areas are being developed and rental properties are becoming more common (the area has seen an increase in construction of such properties). That said, you will need to hunker down and invest energy in your search, especially if you have stringent requirements. Give yourself some time to study the area that you want to live in and be prepared to act quickly!

Luling landlords, like those elsewhere in the country, will require some standard materials of all renters. These include a valid ID, proof of income/SSN, and possibly references from a previous landlord. Bring these materials and your checkbook when you go to inspect a possible home-demand definitely outweighs supply here. Luling is not really a renter's town.

In terms of moving, there's not one preferred season for setting up shop here. Some folks prefer to move here during the spring or fall as a way of avoiding the deep summer heat. If the heat and humidity don't bother you, though, summer's just as fine a time as any to put down your roots in Luling.

Moving to the Town
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Luling is booming right now, with plenty of industries attracting both white-collar and blue-collar workers. As a result, several areas are being developed and rental properties are becoming more common (the area has seen an increase in construction of such properties). That said, you will need to hunker down and invest energy in your search, especially if you have stringent requirements. Give yourself some time to study the area that you want to live in and be prepared to act quickly!

Luling landlords, like those elsewhere in the country, will require some standard materials of all renters. These include a valid ID, proof of income/SSN, and possibly references from a previous landlord. Bring these materials and your checkbook when you go to inspect a possible home-demand definitely outweighs supply here. Luling is not really a renter's town.

In terms of moving, there's not one preferred season for setting up shop here. Some folks prefer to move here during the spring or fall as a way of avoiding the deep summer heat. If the heat and humidity don't bother you, though, summer's just as fine a time as any to put down your roots in Luling.

Neighborhoods of Luling

Though the town isn't huge, Luling does have distinct neighborhoods. Here, read a bit about the more popular neighborhoods and the amenities in each.

Ashton: This area tends to be a bit costlier than others. Though some brave souls traverse the area on foot, most people agree that you'll need a car to comfortably get around. Most of the rentals here are houses, not apartments, so if you're searching for a studio you might be out of luck. The city is working to improve the quality of the streets and sidewalks here, so foot and bike travel may become more common in the future.

Willowdale: This area is also pricey and apartment rentals are decidedly more difficult to come by-fair warning! Home rentals, however, can be found in this area. As in Ashton, Willowdale is also receiving city funding for the improvement of bike lanes and sidewalks. Soon, the neighborhood might be a cyclist's paradise.

Other neighborhoods in Luling are Lone Star, Lagatuta Estates, Mimosa Park, Lakewood West, Davis Plantation, Old Luling, Willowridge, and Coronado Park.

Neighborhoods of Luling
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Though the town isn't huge, Luling does have distinct neighborhoods. Here, read a bit about the more popular neighborhoods and the amenities in each.

Ashton: This area tends to be a bit costlier than others. Though some brave souls traverse the area on foot, most people agree that you'll need a car to comfortably get around. Most of the rentals here are houses, not apartments, so if you're searching for a studio you might be out of luck. The city is working to improve the quality of the streets and sidewalks here, so foot and bike travel may become more common in the future.

Willowdale: This area is also pricey and apartment rentals are decidedly more difficult to come by-fair warning! Home rentals, however, can be found in this area. As in Ashton, Willowdale is also receiving city funding for the improvement of bike lanes and sidewalks. Soon, the neighborhood might be a cyclist's paradise.

Other neighborhoods in Luling are Lone Star, Lagatuta Estates, Mimosa Park, Lakewood West, Davis Plantation, Old Luling, Willowridge, and Coronado Park.

Living In Town

The City of Luling is well known in the southern Louisiana region as a quiet place to live. Luling may live in the shadow of a big city, but it's far enough away to enjoy its own identity. Most of the residents have been born and raised here, and work in one of the many industries that support the local economy. Recent arrivals to the area include job seekers from other regions of the country who want to take advantage of the relatively low unemployment rate (compared to the rest of the United States), along with workers from New Orleans who have decided to give up an hour a day to commute to work.

Highways and interstates are easily accessed from anywhere in the town and provide quick routes to the surrounding communities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Although you can find a lot of amenities locally, you will have to find a way to get to them. Since there is no public transit system, you will need to invest in a bicycle, a car, or a good pair or walking shoes. A car is definitely required to take full advantage all that the area has to offer.

There are many beautiful parks in St. Charles Parish, some of them within the Luling city limits, and most have hiking and biking trails. Get out and explore the area to find your favorite park.

The avid outdoors person will be glad to know that Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas are just a short drive away; at these lakes, amateurs and professional fishermen alike attempt to catch different varieties of trout and redfish. Both lakes are huge, and both offer charter boat services.

Another popular outdoor pastime is taking boat tours of the surrounding swamps and bayous. While on tour, don't be surprised to see alligators, nutria, raccoons, and other forms of wildlife-just be careful not to fall in!

To kick off their fall campaign, the Luling Chapter of the United Way hosts an event called "the Battle of the Paddle," where local industries and businesses enter teams in a jambalaya and gumbo cook-off competition. The winning team gets bragging rights as well as an engraved paddle to hang in lobby of the sponsor's establishment. The event grows each year and is one of the area's tastier competitions.

If communing with nature is not your cup of tea, you will have to go a little farther away to partake in any indoor activities. There are no malls or movie theaters in Luling, but fortunately, New Orleans isn't too far away.

Living In Town
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The City of Luling is well known in the southern Louisiana region as a quiet place to live. Luling may live in the shadow of a big city, but it's far enough away to enjoy its own identity. Most of the residents have been born and raised here, and work in one of the many industries that support the local economy. Recent arrivals to the area include job seekers from other regions of the country who want to take advantage of the relatively low unemployment rate (compared to the rest of the United States), along with workers from New Orleans who have decided to give up an hour a day to commute to work.

Highways and interstates are easily accessed from anywhere in the town and provide quick routes to the surrounding communities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Although you can find a lot of amenities locally, you will have to find a way to get to them. Since there is no public transit system, you will need to invest in a bicycle, a car, or a good pair or walking shoes. A car is definitely required to take full advantage all that the area has to offer.

There are many beautiful parks in St. Charles Parish, some of them within the Luling city limits, and most have hiking and biking trails. Get out and explore the area to find your favorite park.

The avid outdoors person will be glad to know that Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas are just a short drive away; at these lakes, amateurs and professional fishermen alike attempt to catch different varieties of trout and redfish. Both lakes are huge, and both offer charter boat services.

Another popular outdoor pastime is taking boat tours of the surrounding swamps and bayous. While on tour, don't be surprised to see alligators, nutria, raccoons, and other forms of wildlife-just be careful not to fall in!

To kick off their fall campaign, the Luling Chapter of the United Way hosts an event called "the Battle of the Paddle," where local industries and businesses enter teams in a jambalaya and gumbo cook-off competition. The winning team gets bragging rights as well as an engraved paddle to hang in lobby of the sponsor's establishment. The event grows each year and is one of the area's tastier competitions.

If communing with nature is not your cup of tea, you will have to go a little farther away to partake in any indoor activities. There are no malls or movie theaters in Luling, but fortunately, New Orleans isn't too far away.