Named after the red posts that once marked the boundaries of two tribal territories, Baton Rouge is known for college football and tailgate parties, elegant mansions, insightful museums, and budding food scene.
Easily access every corner of the city in your Baton Rouge car rental, and when you’re ready for something new, hit the open road for Louisiana's rural parishes and endless rolling hills.
Settled along the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is colorful, attractive, and quaint, with prominent slivers of history and peaceful nature reserves.
Climb aboard the “Pirate of the Pacific” and learn all about the USS KIDD destroyer ship. Today, the ship serves as a movie set and a memorial for World War II veterans from Louisiana.
Jump into your Baton Rouge car rental and tour this 18th century home with architectural influences of France and the West Indies alongside ancient oak trees surrounding the grounds.
Take in the electrifying atmosphere and attend a football game, where you can cheer and hoot alongside the passionate fans of the LSU Tigers.
Whether you’re looking for a spontaneous day trip or a weekend escape, take the road less traveled and head to the rustic small towns or the stillness of the woods to recharge and unwind.
Only an hour’s drive away in your Baton Rouge car rental, Lafayette is jam-packed with Cajun classics, small-town boutiques, and the most delicious sugar cookies ever at Poupart Bakery.
Spend as much time as you want lounging in the sun and sand at Bay St. Louis. A convenient two-hour destination from Baton Rouge, beach lovers will swoon over this Southern coastal town.
Explore the outdoorsy haven near Baton Rouge and enjoy a day or weekend wandering the trails for hiking, hunting, birdwatching, and wildlife sightseeing.
Plan your route or let the road be your guide as you drive parallel to the Mississippi River while passing by an array of historic milestones, notable restaurants, and graceful small towns.
Experience Louisiana's distinct natural beauty and navigate along this byway for the marshes and wetlands where alligators and turtles have lived and thrived for generations.
Loop through southern Louisiana’s mossy bayous and secretive swamps on this byway and be sure to get your fill of boiled crawfish and Cajun favorites before heading back.