Baton Rouge Apartments for Rent
Sun-dappled roads under a canopy of old oak trees dripping with moss lead to the sleepy bayou, where an alligator slips silently into the calm water, rippling its surface. Antebellum plantation homes with tall, white columns and wide wrap-around porches stand as sentries to the history of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Located on the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is Cajun cuisine, Mardi Gras, and down-home Southern charm.
And while Baton Rouge may be famous for Mardi Gras and crawfish boils, it is also home to a dynamic downtown filled with pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, shops, and art galleries. It is home to exciting events, such as Live After Five and Sunday in the Park, two popular music events that highlight local musicians. It is the capital of Louisiana, but it is also a fun and funky college town – both LSU and Southern University are located here. With a strong job market and plenty to see and do, this river town gem truly sparkles.