Lac Des Allemands


Lac Des Allemands, Louisiana

Lac Des Allemands real estate is considered a limited supply market for lake homes and lake lots in Louisiana.

Lac Des Allemands homes for sale have an average list price of $59,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    About Lac Des Allemands
    Close to New Orleans

    Lac des Allemands, or “Lake of the Germans,” is located across multiple Louisiana parishes, 25 miles southwest of New Orleans.

    Thirty minutes away, you can find the Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport as well as the St. James Parish Hospital.

    Residents can shop at Belle Terre Plaza and enjoy the numerous local restaurants, such as Nobile’s Restaurant and Bar or Bonnies’ Restaurant.

    Large Stretch of Lake

    Lac des Allemands is 12,000 acres and has plenty of surface area for everyone to enjoy the activities available to you on the water.

    Anglers can expect to catch many freshwater species, including largemouth bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, black and white crappie, bluegill, green sunfish, and many more.

    On the water, you can also go boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and participate in other water sports.

    There are also opportunities for biking, horseback riding, camping, picnicking, hiking, and bird watching around the lake.

    What to do near Lac des Allemands

    Swamp and airboat tours let you experience the heart of the wetlands and see local flora and fauna such as cypress trees, alligators, and local birds.

    A chartered fishing trip is a great way to become familiar with local fish species, from crab to catfish.

    The Cajun Bayou Food Trail is a must-do for any foodie and has 23 different restaurants and festivals to participate in, as well as a free stamp passport to download. If you get five stamps, you also get a free t-shirt!

    There are plenty of historic locations to check out, including houses, museums, art tours, and many other tours and attractions.

    There is plenty of nightlife in the area, from Frank’s Lounge, known for their “World’s Best” Bloody Mary, to Beck’s outdoor by-the-bayou location.

    Why Lac des Allemands?

    Not only is there plenty to do on and by Lac des Allemands, there is also such proximity for residents to numerous tours, attractions, and activities, as well as a short commute to New Orleans.