Pearl River Reviews
Rating 4.1 out of 5 10 reviews
The town is small enough to where everybody knows everybody. It is like one huge family. That however is also a downside because there are no secrets that wont be spread around.
I've lived in Pearl River for my entire life. The people are all so friendly around here. Although there may be some drama from time to time around this small town, everyone still continues to get along after time. The public schools in this town are amazing in every aspect. The teachers stay very involved with their students' lives. Housing is also very affordable with some very nice, conserved neighborhoods around this area.
I love the town's location. Close to New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Access to fresh and salt water. Ofcourse Honey Island swamp.
Everyone I’ve encountered here is very kind. Lots of land and keeps the distance from neighbors. Only about 2000 or so for the population. I absolutely love where I live.
Pearl River is a small town where everybody knows everybody. You feel welcome in Pearl River. It is a great place to have a family.
I love this place. I have lived here all 24 years of my life and it is a wonderful place to live. Nice park to play in. Has it's own little ball field and several places to eat.
Pearl River, La is known for its Honey Island Swamp. We have several swamp tours that bring you up close and personal with wildlife that inhabits the Louisiana swamps. If you are looking for a nice hometown with friendly people to tour you around, this is the place for you. Sweet southern hospitality is what can be expected!
It's a very safe town. The only major crime in teenagers getting themselves into trouble.
It's nice for a small town feel. The town is well located being an hour outside of New Orleans and an hour and a half outside of Baton Rouge. Mississippi is a five minute car ride making beach trips easy. The town is old and very traditional. Confederate flags are hung on porches and everyone loves their guns and trucks. Full of blue collar workers the town is the epitome of southern swamp people.