When you need to find assistance with moving to Mandeville, LA, Allied Van Lines has two BBB-accredited, licensed, and bonded moving agents in the area with customer ratings of 4.95 or better out of 5 stars. Mandeville is an excellent location to relocate your new business or begin the next chapter of your life. If you wish to move your family to Lane Street or you would like to relocate your business to Florida Street, we can help.
Allied Van Lines has more than 85 years of experience in the relocation industry and has lots of supplies available for purchase if you want to pack up your items on your own. If you would like someone else to do the work for you, we can connect you with movers to do all of the packing and loading. We can also help with storage of your items if you're not quite ready to move into your new home. Call Allied Van Lines today and let us help you plan your move.
On the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain in St. Tammany Parish is the small city of Mandeville, Louisiana, and it’s just across the water from New Orleans. Mandeville gets its name from the French “magna villa,” which means big farm. Yet there are still big-city amenities to complement to small-town vibe of the area.
Mandeville was founded in 1834 by the Marigny de Mandeville family of New Orleans, and it was first developed as a summer resort area on the lake. Today it has developed into a quiet, family-friendly suburb boasting shopping, fine dining and plenty of relaxation and outdoor recreation opportunities.
There are 12,112 residents living in Mandeville as of the 2012 U.S. Census, and the populations has grown by 15.5 percent since 2000.
Attractions and Activities in Mandeville
Take advantage of the outdoor recreational activities at Fontainebleau State Park on the outskirts of Mandeville. Here, you’ll find a variety of cabins and campsites where you can camp out and enjoy all that nature has to offer. The park also connects to Tammany Trace, which is a 31-mile trail that’s excellent for hiking and biking. You can fish, visit the beach, play on the playground or have a picnic.
Learn about the maritime history of the area at the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum, which offers programs exhibits and publications for visitors. Inside you’ll see canoes, pirogues, bateaux and steamboats as you discover the evolution of life on the water in Louisiana.
Louisiana is home to some of the best jazz music in the country, and in Mandeville you can visit the Dew Drop, which is the oldest surviving jazz dance and social hall in the U.S. It was built in 1895, and today you can still go listen to live music while dancing the night away.
Moving to Mandeville
If you’re driving to Mandeville during your relocation, you can access the city via Interstate 12 as well as Highways 59 or 190. You can also opt to fly into Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, which is located about 35 miles away in Kenner, Louisiana, and let Allied Van Lines transport your vehicle.
Allied has 500 agent locations across North America and Canada as well as representatives in 34 countries around the world who can help you figure out what services suit your needs best no matter where you’re moving from whether it’s across the U.S. or the globe.
This Mandeville moving company will do all the heavy lifting for you with full-service or fragile-only packing, but if you prefer to do it yourself, you can purchase self-pack materials to box up your belongings. Allied also offers appliance and electronic disassembly and assembly, box and furniture inventory and no surprise pricing.