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Culture and Traveler's Guide
Located in the southeastern part of the state in the Florida Parishes,
is unique in several ways. North of Highway 190, the population is predominantly Anglo-Saxon
Protestant, while south of Highway 190 you will find the French-Catholic population. The Free
State of Livingston, established in 1832, was so named because of a philosophy of
independence and self-reliance. The parish was built by a humble class of proud people. Come
see the folk housing, low-land homes, largest Hungarian settlement in the state, grazing
buffalo and deer. Sure to relieve the stress of a busy lifestyle are the tall willowy pines,
lazy rivers, bayous, swamp tours, bird-watching and much more. See our antique village. Stay
in one of our bed & breakfasts. Enjoy some of the best Cajun and Creole cuisine in the state.
For more information, contact:
Livingston Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisiana Office of Tourism.
Area Culture and Traveler's Guide, with a Tour
Listings for Travelers: Attractions, Dining, Lodging and More
Geography and Statistics
- Our population is 70526 people in 26848 households.
- The land area is 648.1 square miles (414763 acres);
the water area is 54.8 square miles (35085 acres).
- Livingston Parish is located at latitude 30.44 degrees North, longitude 90.73 degrees West.
- More Census Information and Mapping
Come visit, we'll make it worth your while.
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