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The Weather in Slidell
Find the Slidell climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Slidell with average maximum temperatures of 91°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 41°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Experience southern hospitality with a vacation rental in Slidell
Slidell is where Lake Pontchartrain meets the Gulf of Mexico. This quintessential southern town is defined by its evocative Olde Towne, indie shops, cafés and convivial ambiance. There's first-class shopping, year-round festivities and the great outdoors, too. Experience Slidell with a charming vacation home or cottage.
Cajun, Creole and more
Slidell excels in classic Cajun and Creole fare, but you'll also find authentic Cuban and Italian cuisine here. A rustic dining experience awaits at Palmettos on the Bayou, which is known for its contemporary Louisianan cuisine. For lip-smacking alligator sausage, try Blue Bayou Cafe. Southside Cafe's claim to fame is their specialty, Pontchartrain pig (finely-sliced pork loins daubed in BBQ sauce, served with coleslaw, cheese and toast).
The iconic KY’s Old Towne Bicycle Shop treats diners to classics such as po’boys, fried catfish and oyster bordelaise. The cozy and colorful Que Rico! Cuban Cafe is a must for its hearty Cuban platters, and the classic Cuban roast pork sandwich.
Located close to Lake Pontchartrain, waterside attractions abound in Slidell. Take a flat-bottomed boat ride through the little bayous to spot the local bird life. Swamp tours to the Honey Island and Pearl River swamps and marshes offer great opportunities to glimpse alligators, water snakes, wild boars, turtles, etc. North Shore's cool bayous can also be explored with a kayak or canoe.
Opposite Slidell is the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans, a must-see for its French Creole heritage.
Lively cultural calendar
Slidell takes Mardi Gras very seriously, which the high-energy floats and parades attest to. Locals welcome Spring with free concerts at Heritage Park, while fall brings in the Bayou Jam Concert Series. The Antique District Street Fair, held in spring and fall in the Olde Towne, is a great place to pick up eclectic bric-a-brac. Hundreds of artists come together at the Arts Evening Festival in November, when live entertainment keeps visitors in high spirits.
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