Indulge in the luxurious comforts of Pelicans Roost Resort, a meticulously designed lodge offering impressive amenities in a serene setting, just a short drive from New Orleans.
Main Lodge (2 levels)
+/- Total Guest Accommodation
Views: Lake Lery
Pelicans Roost is a fishing and hunting lodge, situated on the shores of Lake Borgne, encompassing the true experience of Louisiana’s rich fishing and hunting traditions, as well as the natural beauty of the area. One of the main draws of Pelican Roost is its access to some of the best fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. Guided fishing trips are quite popular, as well as boat and kayak rentals for those who prefer to fish on their own. Also, a popular destination for hunting, the lodge offers guided duck and goose hunting trips in the nearby marshes and wetlands, as well as guided alligator hunts during the fall season.
The meticulous planning and design of this lodge does not go unnoticed, boasting private cabins and suites that can accommodate couples, families, and larger groups, all with upscale features, and multiple entertaining areas plus a wet bar and jacuzzi. Guests can enjoy delicious meals prepared with fresh local seafood and other ingredients in the communal dining area. The lower level provides an outdoor lounging area and outdoor kitchen, ideal for unwinding and enjoying the tranquil surroundings. The main barge spans an impressive 110′ X 30′, and an additional five-slip covered boat house with electric lifts is available for additional boat storage.
Beyond the water’s edge, the entire property has been outfitted with an automatic, odor-free mosquito spraying system and an advanced indoor/outdoor camera security system, ensuring guests’ peace of mind. The land lots measuring 40′ X 208.7′ each are situated across the street, comprising of three high-quality park homes that accommodate up to 4 persons per unit. Additionally, an RV is included where the working Chef resides during guests’ stay, and a shuttle van is available for transportation services to New Orleans airport, located just 55 minutes away, or to Bourbon Street/French Quarter, a mere 45 minutes’ drive.
Every detail of this property has been carefully considered, with a focus on luxury and comfort, all while embracing the unique and authentic Louisiana qualities.
DELACROIX, LA. Located in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, a parish along the banks of the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico with a population of around 44,000 people. Delacroix is a small fishing village on the shores of Lake Borgne and the eastern edge of the Mississippi River Delta, just southeast of New Orleans. The area is known for its scenic beauty, abundant wildlife, and thriving fishing industry.
Thanks to the long history as a fishing community, many of the town’s residents are still involved in the fishing industry today. The fishing camps and charter boat operators offer visitors a chance to experience some of the best fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, with some of the most popular catches being redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. In addition to fishing, Delacroix is also a popular destination for birdwatching and wildlife viewing. The area is home to a wide variety of birds, including herons, egrets, pelicans, and terns, and is a prime habitat for alligators, nutria, and other types of wildlife.
One of the most popular attractions in Delacroix is the Bayou Terre Aux Boeufs Wildlife Management Area, which is located just south of the village. This 10,000-acre wildlife reserve is home to a diverse array of fauna, and can be explored by boat, kayak, or on foot by hiking one of the many trails that wind through the marshes and woodlands. Though most could argue the best way to “pass a good time” is to enjoy the delicious cuisine, particularly the abundance of fresh seafood available year-round. Some of the most favored dishes include gumbo, jambalaya, and po’ boys, all of which are made with locally sourced ingredients and served up with a side of southern hospitality.
This charming community is surrounded by Louisiana’s rich natural beauty, fishing and wildlife traditions, and is the perfect destination for anyone interested in outdoor recreation and exploration. As they say in the Bayou state: Laissez les bon temps rouler!
NEW ORLEANS, LA. Lovingly dubbed the “Big Easy”, New Orleans is a vibrant and culturally rich city located in the southern part of Louisiana, and is famous for its jazz music, delicious food, lively festivals, and diverse population featuring a unique blend of African, French, Spanish, and American cultures. This blend has crafted one of the most notable food scenes, from po’ boys and gumbo to beignets and jambalaya, the city’s cuisine is world-renowned. Local seafood is especially celebrated as the traditional cuisine, with crawfish, oysters, and shrimp being some of the most popular dishes, though there are a growing number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants, making it a great place for foodies of all stripes.
The city’s vibrant music scene is one of the most revered—jazz, blues, and brass bands can be heard on many street corners, while larger venues such as the Preservation Hall and Tipitina’s offer top-notch performances by local and national acts. The annual Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest draw thousands of music lovers to the city each year and are a testament to the enduring power of New Orleans music. Despite being a large city, it has a small-town feel, with many neighborhoods hosting regular festivals and events that bring residents together.
Mardi Gras, which means “Fat Tuesday” in French, is one of the most famous cultural events in New Orleans and is celebrated annually in late winter or early spring, typically in February or March. The celebration is a time of revelry and excess, with elaborate parades, vibrant costumes, and lively music filling the streets of the French Quarter and beyond. The origins of Mardi Gras can be traced back to medieval Europe, but it has evolved over time to become a uniquely New Orleans celebration and a one-of-a-kind cultural experience that draws visitors from all over the world.
One of the most iconic and recognizable areas of the city, The French Quarter, is known for its spirited nightlife as well as its numerous historic buildings, many of which date back to the 18th and 19th centuries and feature colorful facades and ornate wrought-iron balconies. The city covers roughly 90 blocks and is home to the infamous Bourbon Street, lined with bars and clubs that stay open late into the night. At the heart of the community is Jackson Square, a public park often filled with street performers, artists, and musicians, and surrounded by historic buildings, including the St. Louis Cathedral, which is the oldest cathedral in North America. Despite its reputation as a party destination, the French Quarter is also home to several museums and cultural institutions that showcase the rich history and culture of New Orleans.
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