Louisiana - The state of Louisiana does everything big - from Mardi Gras parties in New Orleans to the spicy debate between Cajun and Creole cuisine. Producing over 110 million pounds of the shellfish a year, it’s no wonder that crawfish is king in many of Louisiana’s fiery native dishes, such as gumbo and jambalaya. Best known as the birthplace of Jazz, the Louisiana music scene also nurtured the budding careers of two musical super stars - Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash. While eating and drinking may account for much of the merrymaking along Bourbon Street, self storage units in New Orleans are overflowing with swamp boats, canoes, kayaks and motor boats for use on the mighty Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Pontchartrain. Around Baton Rouge, mini storage facilities contain golf clubs and carts for use on the area’s pristine golf courses. Up north, near Shreveport and Monroe, self storage facilities make a great place to securely lock away crocodile hunting and fishing gear in between outdoor adventures around the state’s many swamps and bayous. Hundreds of self storage facilities are located across the southern state Louisiana.