Double Bayou Lagoon

Louisiana

Double Bayou Lagoon, Louisiana

Double Bayou Lagoon real estate is a tight market for lake homes and land in Louisiana.

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    • Ownership
      Public
    • Water Level
      Full Pool Year Round
    Marinas
    (985) 847-0005
    52250 US-90
    Slidell, LA 70461
    Golf Courses
    (985) 646-0110
    201 Oak Harbor Blvd
    Slidell, -1 70458
    Campgrounds
    Sunrise RV Park & Campground
    (228) 533-7001
    15030 US-90
    Pearlington, MS 39572
    (985) 543-4777
    41300-41398 Crawford Landing Rd
    Slidell, LA 70461
    • Counties: Saint Tammany Parish
    • Fish: Largemouth Bass
    • Condos available (No)
    • Known for: Fishing
    • Landmarks: Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge
    Hospitals
    (504) 592-6600
    5620 Read Blvd
    New Orleans, LA 70127
    Airports
    New Orleans Lakefront Airport
    6001 Stars and Stripes Blvd #219, New Orleans, LA 70126
    30 miles away
    Slidell Municipal Airport KASD
    62512 Airport Rd, Slidell, LA 70460
    18 miles away
    About Double Bayou Lagoon
    Convenient to White Kitchen, Louisiana

    Double Bayou Lagoon is located in the eastern region of Louisiana in St. Tammany Parish, just four miles from White Kitchen, Louisiana, and just minutes from US Route 90.

    Double Bayou Lagoon connects to The Rigolets, a small canal connecting Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Borgne. The Gulf of Mexico is just a few miles to the east of Double Bayou Lagoon.

    Enjoy Three Lakes

    Double Bayou Lagoon is a small body of water that is mostly used for fishing and occasional swimmers. It is about 100 acres in size, so recreation is limited. Anglers have reported that the redfish fishing in Double Bayou Lagoon is excellent.

    You can also drive south on Chef Menteur highway to The Rigolets Marina. Many fishers will gather by the bridges to try their luck at the reefs in marshes in that area.

    You can make the quick drive to Lake Pontchartrain, which borders Louisiana's Gulf Coast, encompasses 630 square miles on the state's southern border. The ocean is not much farther south, and large cities, such as New Orleans, sit on this lake's shore.

    This lake is technically an estuary because it is open to the Gulf of Mexico and has a mix of salt and freshwater. It is the perfect place to observe marine life, birds and catch a variety of fish due to its shallow waters. You can even sight dolphins, sharks, and other unique ocean life at times.

    The lake is open to swimming, fishing, boating, and other recreation. It is a great spot to experience big lake living while being able to return to the tranquility of Double Bayou Lagoon.

    Visit New Orleans

    New Orleans is famous for its French architecture, vibrant nightlife, rich history, and live music. Walk down Bourbon Street and enjoy the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. There are plenty of bars, places to eat, and parades to enjoy throughout your stay.

    Ghost tours, shops at the French Market, Frenchmen Street, Saint Louis Cemetery, St. Louis Cathedral, and Jackson Square are just some of the reputable places that New Orleans is known for.

    The Perfect Location

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Double Bayou Lagoon is an excellent choice.