Louisiana map collection
About the map
Unlike most other states, Louisiana uses parishes and has no counties. Ever since the early 1800s, it kept these administrative units with an underlying church parish system. The origin comes from the early rule of France and Spain in Louisiana.
This Louisiana parish map displays its 64 parishes, like East Baton Rouge, Jefferson, and Orleans. The most populated parish in Louisiana is East Baton Rouge because it includes its state capital, Baton Rouge. But the parish with the lowest population is Tensas Parish with just over 4000 people.
For size, Cameron Parish is the largest at 1651.9 square miles in the southwest of Louisiana. This parish borders Texas along the Gulf of Mexico with an east-west orientation. The smallest parish in Louisiana is West Baton Rouge Parish occupying an area of just 203.8 square miles.
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Louisiana parish map
- United States Census Bureau – County Population Totals: 2019 Estimates
- Louisiana Official Government Website (Louisiana.gov)
- US Geological Survey / National Map
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