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Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana, making it one of the South's major cultural and industrial hubs. Located on the Mississippi River about 80 miles northwest of New Orleans, the "Capital City" has a long, storied history that can be traced back to 3,000 B.C. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the South, homes for rent in Baton Rouge are attractive, affordable and, overall, a wise investment for those looking to settle in the South. 

Interesting Facts About Baton Rouge

  • The port of Baton Rouge is the ninth largest port in the U.S.
  • Europeans began settling in the region in 1719. Baton Rouge was first established as a French military post, and became incorporated as a city in 1817. In 1849, Baton Rouge was made the capital of Louisiana.
  • The largest industry in Baton Rouge is petrochemical production and manufacturing. The capital is home to ExxonMobil, which lays claim to the second-biggest oil refinery in the U.S. and among the 10th largest in the world.

Useful Baton Rouge Resources for New Renters

  • The City of Baton Rouge official website provides details on all of the municipality's civil departments.
  • Visit Baton Rouge operates a website showcasing the many historical, cultural and educational sites worth visiting in the city.
  • The Advocate covers all Baton Rouge news, sports and arts events in its online edition

Things to Do in Baton Rouge

As the state capital, Baton Rouge merges state politics with booming industry and a growing arts scene, making it one of the most eclectic cities in the South. New renters may enjoy exploring the city's theater community, including the Manship Theatre and the Baton Rouge Little, or taking a trip to the Baton Rouge Zoo. Baton Rouge is also known for its Riverboat Casinos, which offer plenty of gaming opportunities in the middle of the Mississippi River. Because of its rich history, the capital is also home to a number of historical venues, such as the Old State Capital and Magnolia Mound Plantation, which is one of the oldest wooden buildings in Louisiana.