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OLD TOWN SLIDELL SODA SHOP 301 Cousin St., Slidell 985.649.4806 •

This gem is located in Slidell gives off welcoming, old time vibes. Their ice cream is second to none and the staff is happy to have you. They are infamous for their delicious malts and shakes. All of their fixings are made in house, it truly is one of a kind. Old town is the place you want to sit and stay a while.

take some lessons while you’re there. After playing all 18 holes around the beautiful course, enjoy award-winning food in the Grille restaurant and bar. THE MANDEVILLE LAKEFRONT cityofmandeville.com 2623 Lakeshore Dr, Mandeville 985.626.3144 •

KLIEBERT AND SON’S GATOR TOURS kliebertgatortours.com 40511 W E Interstate 55 Service Road, Ponchatoula 985.345.3617 •

Kliberts is an alligator farm that offers tours and information about gators of all sorts. They also offer handmade boats and birthday parties. However, Klieberts is much more than an alligator farm. This establishment is family owned and strives to make every experience special for you and your family.

PAINTBALL COMMAND paintball-command.com 21268 Emile Strain Road, Mandeville 985.809.7668 •

Paintball Command is a 40-acre paintball field equipped for anyone to enjoy a paintball game. Paintball is fun for all ages, they even offer pee-wee paintball for younger children. Paintball equipment is available for rent and you can show up at any time. They also offer speedball and multiple themed scenario events throughout the year for intense play. Have your next birthday party or enjoy a friendly paintball competition at paintball command!

MONEY HILL GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB moneyhill.com 100 Country Club Dr., Abita Springs 985.892.3300 •

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Located near the 183-acre artesian spring-fed lake lies a Louisiana Top Ten Championship golf course. The course is surrounded by the sound of nature and peace in the midst of a one-of-a-kind neighborhood. The golf training facilities are nationally ranked, so

EDGE June | July 2021

There is nothing quite like enjoying a sunset with a front row view of Lake Pontchartrain. Grab your folding chairs and kites then head to the Lakefront. Not only is there a wide variety of restaurants and bars amid the lakefront from burgers to pizza to seafood, just sitting and taking in the beauty is more than enough to visit. Its entirety is over two miles long, it is an extremely pleasant way to exercise and appreciate Louisiana’s nature.

ST. TAMMANY FISHING PIER sttammanyfishingpier.com 54001 E. Howze Beach Road 985.649.1922 •

After the original I-10 twinspans were destroyed at the hands of Katrina, Louisianians thought to repurpose what was once a bridge used by many. This 650 ft fishing pier quickly became Louisiana’s first public fishing pier. The St. Tammany Fishing Pier is a fun adventure whether you’re with family or solo. Enjoy catching all sorts of Lake Pontchartrain’s fish including redfish, sheepshead, spotted trout, flounder, drum, blue crab and more.

SUNSET POINT FISHING PIER louisiananorthshore.com Massena St, Mandeville 985.626.3144 •

With a beautiful view of Lake Pontchartrain and the causeway bridge, Sunset Point is the perfect place to enjoying fishing and a picnic. The pier spreads over 400 ft onto Lake Pontchartrain and includes public restrooms and onshore picnic tables. It is a desirable place for people of all ages who are looking to spend quality time while enjoying a Louisiana sunset.

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