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    • Finding Apartments for Rent in Livingston, LA

      The town of Livingston, LA is a small and quiet one, being just over three square miles in size. Its population is also quite small, with a current estimate of just under 1,500 people. As such, many of the people who live in this town commute to larger outside suburbs to work. However, the small-town feel of Livingston, combined with the unique entertainment and dining options in town, make this a great place to live for families, couples, and singles alike. Specifically, this town is ideal for those who enjoy simple living and a small community.

      There are plenty of great rental properties in Livingston, but because of its small size, it can sometimes be difficult to find availability right off the bat. Many renters in Livingston find that they need to be put on a wait list for some time before they are able to find a place.

      Top Neighborhoods in Livingston, LA

      One interesting aspect of the town of Livingston is the fact that it actually started as two different cities; it was not until 1955 that Livingston was actually created and formally recognized. Before, the two separate towns were Doyle and Livingston. Today, Doyle is still known by some as a separate neighborhood from the rest of the city, and it is quite a popular place to live because of its location near the town's "downtown" area. Those thinking about moving to Livingston will most likely want to look in the Doyle neighborhood area, as this can make their apartment searches much easier with the several rental communities that are located there.

      Dining in Livingston, LA

      Livingston has some more "typical" dining options, including as a selection of well-known chain and fast food restaurants. However, many of the town's locals actually prefer to dine at some of the locally owned and operated restaurants. For example, Wayne's Barbecue is a popular option among locals who want that famous Louisiana barbecue taste. At first glance, this establishment may look more like a "hole in the wall" than anything else, but it really is a wonderful place to dine. The servers there are extremely friendly and attentive, and the food is absolutely amazing. The brisket is a must-try for those who enjoy a smoky taste, and the sausage is a great option as well. The locals love that this restaurant also gives huge portion sizes for a reasonable price.

      Those looking for something other than barbecue may want to check out Family Diner, which is another small restaurant located just off of Florida Boulevard. Locals love the Philly steak and cheese sandwich, but this place has plenty to choose from for everybody, regardless of what their specific tastes may be like. Furthermore, affordable pricing and quick service makes this an ideal choice for those who need a great meal fast during lunch or dinner.

      Entertainment in Livingston, LA

      When it comes to entertainment, a lot of the options are nature and outdoors related. For example, those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors should take the time to camp a few days at J & W Campground. Here, they have plenty of hookups for RVs and trailers in addition to a wide selection of sites for tents. This is a great place to get away from the stress and monotony of everyday life and get back to the basics. Furthermore, many people enjoy this campground's reasonable rates and the fact that they are open through most of the year. Located just off of Setton Road, this campground is close by to anybody who lives in Livingston, LA.

      Aside from camping, Livingston also have a relatively robust parks and recreation department. As such, those who enjoy staying active and playing sports as a part of a team can benefit from joining any of the available leagues that are open to the town's residents. Whether you enjoy baseball, soccer, or anything in between, you can be sure to find a team where you'll have fun while staying in shape in the process.

      Weather in Livingston, LA

      Perhaps part of the reason why sports and other outdoor recreation is so popular in the town of Livingston is due to the fact that the entire state enjoys a relatively warm climate throughout the year. With a tropical, moderate climate, humidity can be a bit high at some points, but the overall weather is great for those whole enjoy spending time outdoors. For the most part, temperatures do not fall below the mid-30s to 40s during the "winter" months of the year, and temperatures actually tend to hover closer to the 70s and 80s.

      Transportation Options in Livingston, LA

      Since Livingston is such a small town, it is very easy to get around without needing a robust public transportation system in place. Furthermore, the majority of the town's residents actually have their own personal vehicles. However, because of the warm weather and the city's small radius, it is pretty easy to get around in a short period of time using one's bike or even on foot. 

      Because of this, the town does not have its own public transportation system, such as in the form of buses or trains. However, the good news is that there are taxi services available for those who need a ride across town or even to a nearby suburb.

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      17701 Suma Lake Dr. Livingston, LA 70754 (888) 376-8127

      $795 - $1080

      • 2 - 3 Beds
      • 2 Baths

      Suma Lake is located 11 miles from Baton Rouge and 19 miles from Hammond.

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