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The city of Mandeville is located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. It’s approximately 40 minutes from Downtown New Orleans. In 1840 Mandeville was incorporated as a town. It became a popular summer vacation destination for wealthy New Orleanians. Around 1850, regular daily steamboat rides between New Orleans and Mandeville began. Mandeville soon became the weekend destination of New Orleans middle class as well. Bands would play music on the steamboats going across the lake and local Mandeville dance clubs. Mandeville became one of the first places that new jazz music was heard outside of New Orleans.
There are so many wonderful things to do in Mandeville. Whether you love outdoor activities, great restaurants, or great music, Mandeville has it all. Ruby’s Roadhouse has been in operation since the 1920s and still remains one of the Northshore’s most popular live music venues today.
Tammany Trace runs 28 miles through St. Tammany Parish, through the cities of Mandeville, Abita Springs, Lacombe Covington, and Slidell. The Mandeville Trailhead is located in Old Mandeville where you can begin your adventure down the trace. This trail is great for pedestrians that want to walk, bicycle, rollerblade, or jog through the scenic area. It’s full of wildlife, bayous, rivers, and streams. At the Trailhead in Mandeville you can enjoy weekend entertainment such as live music and the Farmer’s Market.
Every year you can enjoy the Seafood Festival during the 4th of July weekend, located at Fontainebleau State Park. Listen to great music and enjoy excellent food. Mandeville also has two Mardi Gras Parades, Krewe of Eve, and Krewe of Orpheus. Both are great family fun! No matter what day of the year it is, Mandeville has it all.