Parishes in Louisiana

Louisiana is unique in that it is divided into parishes instead of counties. The state has 64 parishes in total. Here is the complete list of all Parishes in Louisiana:

Full List of All Parishes in Louisiana

  1. Acadia Parish
  2. Allen Parish
  3. Ascension Parish
  4. Assumption Parish
  5. Avoyelles Parish
  6. Beauregard Parish
  7. Bienville Parish
  8. Bossier Parish
  9. Caddo Parish
  10. Calcasieu Parish
  11. Caldwell Parish
  12. Cameron Parish
  13. Catahoula Parish
  14. Claiborne Parish
  15. Concordia Parish
  16. De Soto Parish
  17. East Baton Rouge Parish
  18. East Carroll Parish
  19. East Feliciana Parish
  20. Evangeline Parish
  21. Franklin Parish
  22. Grant Parish
  23. Iberia Parish
  24. Iberville Parish
  25. Jackson Parish
  26. Jefferson Parish
  27. Jefferson Davis Parish
  28. LaSalle Parish
  29. Lafayette Parish
  30. Lafourche Parish
  31. Lincoln Parish
  32. Livingston Parish
  33. Madison Parish
  34. Morehouse Parish
  35. Natchitoches Parish
  36. Orleans Parish
  37. Ouachita Parish
  38. Plaquemines Parish
  39. Pointe Coupee Parish
  40. Rapides Parish
  41. Red River Parish
  42. Richland Parish
  43. Sabine Parish
  44. St. Bernard Parish
  45. St. Charles Parish
  46. St. Helena Parish
  47. St. James Parish
  48. St. John the Baptist Parish
  49. St. Landry Parish
  50. St. Martin Parish
  51. St. Mary Parish
  52. St. Tammany Parish
  53. Tangipahoa Parish
  54. Tensas Parish
  55. Terrebonne Parish
  56. Union Parish
  57. Vermilion Parish
  58. Vernon Parish
  59. Washington Parish
  60. Webster Parish
  61. West Baton Rouge Parish
  62. West Carroll Parish
  63. West Feliciana Parish
  64. Winn Parish


Louisiana map and seal
Louisiana map and seal


Quick Facts

Category Quick Facts
Geography Located in the Deep South region of the U.S.
History Became the 18th state of the U.S. on April 30, 1812
Economy Known for petroleum and natural gas, seafood, tourism, and music
Climate Humid subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters
Natural Attractions Bayous, Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge
Culture Famous for Mardi Gras, jazz music, and Creole and Cajun cuisine
Miscellaneous State bird is the Brown Pelican, State flower is the Magnolia
Population Approximately 4.6 million people as of 2020 Census
Notable People Louis Armstrong, Ellen DeGeneres, Truman Capote
Notable Places New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport
Bordering States Borders Texas to the west, Arkansas to the north, Mississippi to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico to the south
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