About Fort Beauregard

Fort Beauregard Marina Estates was built for the ultimate outdoorsman & their families/friends  who want a quick getaway to paradise.  At less than an hour from New Orleans, Fort Beauregard owners have the benefits of year-round fishing, prime water frontage, duck hunting, private back-down boat launches, uniform lawn care (provided by the property owner’s association), a gated pool & bath house, Protective Covenants, close proximity to a local marina (Campo’s Marina),  convenience stores (Amigo Deli & Last Stop), and numerous fishing guide locations.

From Fort Beauregard, fishermen have quick access to Lake Borne, Delacroix, Hopedale, Reggio, Shell Beach, and Offshore waters.  The entire surrounding area is a haven for speckled trout, redfish, largemouth bass, flounder and numerous other popular game fish.

All Fort Beauregard lots feature prime water frontage, with standard lot dimensions at 60 feet wide by 145 feet deep, which includes 25 feet into the water (where you can build your boat shed).  Peninsula lots are much larger and feature grand views of the Fort, Lake Borne, and the surrounding pristine marshes.

Our community is special, and we would love for you to stop by for a visit and see why our owners love being here.

Call or email today to find out about the latest deals:

Sales: Hunter Cazes  985-226-3106
Email:  fortbinfo@yahoo.com

Lots are divided into three blocks:
A, B, and C.

This photo shows the current layout of the development.

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History of the Fort

Fort Beauregard is a 19th century fort in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana named after General P.G.T. Beauregard, who supervised its construction with architect J.G. Totten.  It is located on the southern shore of Lake Borgne just north of the mouth of Bayou Yscolskey.  At the time it was built in the 1850s, there was also a railroad port called “Proctorville” located adjacent.

Fort Beauregard was intended to be part of the fortification protecting water routes towards New Orleans, Louisiana. Due to delays caused by hurricane damage, and then the outbreak of the American Civil War, the fort was never garrisoned, and by the end of the war improvements in artillery had made the fort design obsolete.

The construction of the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal in the 1960s cut off all land access to the fort site. It can now be seen in the distance from Fort Beauregard Marina Estates in Shell Beach, Louisiana.  In 1978 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.