Denham Springs is a city in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, United States. The 2010 census placed the population at 10,215, up from 8,757 at the 2000 census. The city is the largest area of commercial and residential development in Livingston Parish. As of the 2010 census, Denham Springs and Walker are the only parish municipalities classified as cities.
Restaurants in Denham Springs
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Loved this fun and charming gem. A few of the shops have not reopened after the flooding but the ones that have are super fun with a wide range of prices for every pocketbook! My daughter-in-law and I had lots of fun and both left with something cute! If I lived here I would be over here all the time!
4 based on 34 reviews
The customer service here was great and extremely welcoming. We felt very catered to, but the food was not that great. My son ordered chicken tenders, there was almost no flavor to the chicken or batter. The batter had a slightly burnt taste. I ordered a fully dressed chicken sandwich. It too, tasted very plain. I couldn't taste the difference between the chicken, the bread, or the tomato. Same story with my husbands food. Food was the main reason and perk that we went for, but it was very expensive for the quality that it had.
5 based on 4 reviews
This playground is perfect for all of my children. With having children with special needs you can't always take them jus anywhere. Kidz Korner offers a splash pad and a playground that is perfect for children that may be in wheelchairs and who can also run around too. Covered area with tables and fans available too.
3.5 based on 17 reviews
I usually wait for a Groupon because depending on how many people are going, it can get pricey. Depending on what part of the year you go, the higher water provides currents that helps you get through it quicker...when the water is lower, its slower moving and you may even be forced to stand at different points in the river to get across the rocks and such below. Great for all ages. I recommend bringing string or some kind of strap to tie the tubes together if you want to float as a group. I like that theyve changed the ice chest floats. They are more usable as an extra float for towels and such because they have a bottom. Plenty of spots along the river to stop and chill or just have lunch (if you brought it). The website says 4 hours, but I'd say it takes anywhere between 2-2.5 hours from start to finish. I'd also recommend some kind of water shoe or old tennis that you dont mind getting wet. The rocks can be hard on your feet, especially at the end.
5 based on 2 reviews
Cavalier House Books is a booky, bookish bookstore in Denham Springs, LA.
My daughter loves books! She loves to come to this book store and get new books! I love that we can find new and older books. We always leave with a few.Thanks so much! : )
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Stopped for some daiquiris. They must have had a dozen or more flavors. All that we tried were delicious. Another nice thing they do is when you order your drink with a floater or extra shot they blend it in with a milkshake is may have become my favorite daiquiris shop when visiting my son.
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Step back in time to pre-industrial Louisiana at this 27-building museum complex, one of the best outdoor museums in the U.S., featuring tools, furniture and other artifacts and, the highlight, a recreated 19th-century plantation that portrays the daily lives of these early settlers.
It it absolutely worth the visit, but use your car even if you are across from the entrance! The outdoor museum and old buildings sectjonmis what you most want and it will be about 3 miles walking, each way! So we told our hotel guide the story for the next visitors.
As for the many displays and buildings, allow 2 hours, we think. We started too late and ended up with them closing the buildings on us. We said we were disappointed with that, and they gave us free re-entry in the morning. We used it and were grateful. Learned lots more by having more time. We can figure out the way a lot of the old machinery works since it is open to inspect. The explanations of how to do the other chores is very useful, plus the lives of the slaves in their tiny cabins.
5 based on 1 reviews
Paint your own pottery. Paint wine glasses. Pottery classes. Canvas painting. Canvas paint classes. Birthday parties. Clay hand building class. Team building. Girls night out. Field trips. Fundraisers.
Our grand daughter was visiting with us, she's from out of state. I reached places to bring her to explore our town and give her creative, fun things to do. I found Brush Fire Studios. We walked in one afternoon. She selected a piece of pottery to paint. After completing that task, she decided to give painting a try. She is 8 years old. She LOVED coming to the studio and creating her own pieces of art. Great activity ! Unique experience ! Reasonable prices ! She's looking forward to returning to the studio when she visits us again
5 based on 89 reviews
The EBRPL has a good selection of digital titles and audio books available and the digital service seems to be working well since changes last year.
Staff are friendly and helpful in person, however, a number of email inquiries to the IT department have gone unanswered.
The library seems to purchase an excess of audio books as opposed to eBooks, an unfortunate policy.
Facilities are pleasant and convenient.
The new library is a great addition to the Baton Rouge infrastructure.
Pretend Play Party is an Indoor Children's Play Center and Birthday Party Facility near Baton Rouge, a one-of-a-kind playroom for young children, with over 20 imaginative play stations.
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