Education: Ranked in the top 5 statewide, children will have the privilege of attending Livingston Parish Schools. Use the money saved on costly private school tuition to enjoy a family vacation! Please visit the Louisiana Department of Education website for test and accountability scores and the Livingston Parish School Board website for specific school information. Click here to view a map of the Livingston Parish Public Schools.
Medical Facilities: Residents of Greystone will have quality health care just minutes away in East Baton Rouge Parish. Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Our Lady of the Lake, whose Heart Center was among an elite group recently cited as one of the nation's 100 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals, and the Oschner Clinic Foundation all offer premiere patient care in a variety of specialties.
Shopping: Livingston Parish, the fastest growing parish in the state of Louisiana, offers a wide variety of shopping including the quaint Antique Village in historic downtown Denham Springs to major commercial retailers such as Home Depot and Wal Mart Supercenters. The new $45 million Bass Pro Shop center will bring a whole new line of retailers and restaurants to the area at the I-12/Range Road interchange. Whether you want to shop at an upscale department store or a unique specialty shop, Baton Rouge's Mall of Louisiana has it all and is just a stone's throw from Greystone at the I-10 / Bluebonnet exit.
Entertainment: Enjoy the small town parades, concerts and festivals that Denham Springs and Livingston Parish has to offer year around, the excitement of college football and university cultural events at LSU in Baton Rouge and the energy of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Whatever you choose, Greystone offers seclusion from life's hectic pace without leaving you feeling isolated.
Recreation: With all that Greystone has to offer...golfing, fishing, swimming, tennis, walking trails...you won't need to leave but if you want to, you won't have to go far to enjoy the great outdoors! Many of Louisiana's State Parks are right in your own backyard! They don't call Louisiana the "Sportsman's Paradise" for nothing!