The mild climate, a bustling economy and beautiful parks and recreation facilities might be what attracted you to look into living in Bossier City apartments. Happily, there is more to this city than meets the eye on a typical day here. Located on the east bank of the Red River, just across from Shreveport, there are many attractions including a low cost of living, good employment prospects, and plenty of entertainment attractions. Touted as "Louisiana's other side," Bossier City has a similar party atmosphere to New Orleans in southern Louisiana.
Bossier City hosts the Louisiana Boardwalk, with distinctive boutiques and entertainment; and is home to Barksdale Air Force Base. Barksdale is one of the largest employers in the area, and is home to the majority of the US Air Force's B-52s. The city boasts affordable housing, excellent restaurants and shopping in downtown and in the surrounding AR-LA-TX region. In addition, the riverfront city is home base for three riverboat casinos, Harrah's Horseshoe, Diamond Jack's and Boomtown. In addition, on the east side of the city you can find Harrah's Louisiana Downs, a horse racing facility that also has slot machines.
Everyone likes time spent outside their Bossier City apartments, and there is a great deal of parks to play in, including Mike Wood Memorial Park on Dennis Street with a swimming pool, pavilions, tennis courts, picnic areas, a Frisbee golf course and a jogging trail. Play lots and play fields are available all over the city as well, as are neighborhood parks with pavilions and picnic areas. Just check the Bossier City website at www.bossiercity.org for details.
And if you're not the outdoorsy type, you can easily enjoy the Shreveport Symphony in the nearby city, or if you're more into watching sports, go watch indoor football or hockey. The CenturyTel Center is where you go to see the Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings in the arena football league, or to see the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, part of the Central Hockey League.
Yearly attractions not only entertain the residents of Bossier City apartments but also attract visitors. The main events are annual state wide Mardi Gras celebration in late February or early March, the Holiday in Dixie Festival in mid-April and the Black Eye Pea Festival in early June. This event features crafts, gospel music and oodles of delicious food.
There's no denying that residents of Bossier City apartments always have something to do, indoors or out, every day of the year.more...