Livingston Parish, Louisiana
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Visit Bass Pro Shops, Tickfaw State Park, Antique District, LIGO, Seafood Restaurants, Carter Plantation Golf


Hotel Reservations & Places To Stay
Online Reservations-- Denham Springs  |  Walker  |  Springfield --Online Reservations
Hotels  |  Campgrounds-RV Parks  | Tickfaw State Park
Stay In Denham Springs By The Bass Pro Shops

Tourist Info Livingston Parish-Main Sites
Bass Pro Shops | Antique District Denham Springs | Tickfaw State Park | Farmers Market

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Local Groups

Livingston Council on Aging

Livingston Parish Government
Livingston Parish Sheriff Dept
Adopt a Pet Today
Livingston Parish Public Schools

Livingston Parish Library

Livingston Parish Elected Officials
Livingston Parish Clerk of Court

21st JDC District Attorney

Chamber of Commerce

Livingston Parish Children's Choirs

Livingston Economic Development Council

Livingston Parish Genealogy

Livingston Board of REALTORS

Livingston Parish News

Mandeville, La - 60 miles from Denham Springs

Bass Pro Shop-Pictures
North Loop Bypass

Tourist- Info
Tourist Info |
Livingston Parish Map | Parish Maps

Historic Antique Village  |  Bass Pro Shop
Water Sports and River Sites
  Tiki Tubing -- 225.223.1156
Science and Technology
Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory

Louisiana State Parks

Springfield, La - 30 Miles from Denham Springs

Madisonville, La - 50 miles from Denham Springs



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Golf Courses

Greystone Golf & Country Club is located just south of the Denham Springs and Juban Road exit of Interstate-12
Carter Plantations golf course is located in Springfield. Both of these golf courses are top of the line.

Future and On-Going Plans

Livingston Parish History
Livingston Parish was originally part of the Florida Parishes. The parish was created on February 10, 1832, when the state Legislature split St. Helena Parish in two.  Historians differ as to which one the parish was named in honor of, either Robert or Edward Livingston, however they cannot unanimously agree on either one. Clark Forrest, Jr., in his article entitled "Various Locations of the Livingston Parish Courthouse,"submits that the parish is named in honor of Edward Livingston.  In 1832 the Livingston Parish Courthouse origianaly was thought to be in  Van Buren, on the east bank of the Tickfaw River. Then in 1835 the Courthouse was moved to Springfield where it stayed until 1869.  In 1869, the parish lost territory when Tangipahoa Parish was created. As a result of this the Courthouse was then relocated to Port Vincent in 1871. In 1881 the Courthouse was moved again to Centerville where it stayed until 1941. In 1941 the town of Livingston was approved as the fifth and final courthouse site.
It later gained additional land when Maurepas Island was made part of the parish. Livingston Parish consists of 642 square miles on 410,880 acres and is 32 miles long by 30 miles wide. The geographical landscape of the parish varies from rolling terrain covered by slash pine and hardwood forests in the northern part to rich cypress forests and marshes that border on Lake Maurepas and the Amite River in the southern end. Livingston Parish has eight municipalities, with Denham Springs being the largest. Other municipalities are Albany, French Settlement, Killian, Livingston (the parish seat), Port Vincent, Springfield and Walker.

Health And Wellness Articles
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