About the map
This map displays major rivers, bayous, and lakes of Louisiana like Lake Pontchartrain. Louisiana has a lot to offer for adventurers who want to explore the outdoors and experience something new.
Two rivers on the east side of Louisiana carve out the border with its neighboring states. It’s the Mississippi River and Pearl River that shares a border with Mississippi. But on the west side, it’s the Sabine River sharing a border with the state of Texas.
Lake Pontchartrain is the largest lake in Louisiana at over 400,000 acres in size. In fact, it more than doubles the next largest, the Toledo Bend Reservoir, which shares a boundary with the state of Texas. Finally, Caddo Lake and Bayou D’Arbonne Lake are the next largest lakes, both larger than 15,000 acres in area. In general, the rivers of Louisiana flow into the Gulf of Mexico.
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Louisiana lakes, rivers and reservoirs
Lakes and reservoirs
Lac des Allemands
Toledo Bend Reservoir
Rivers and streams
Bogue Chitto River
Whiskey Chitto Creek
Bays and sounds
Gulf of Mexico
Black Lake Bayou