Livingston Parish, Louisiana | Things to See and Do

Livingston Parish, Louisiana | Things to See and Do

Livingston Parish, Louisiana | Things to See and Do

Fishing & Hunting
With over 600+ waterway miles, fishing sites in Livingston Parish are extremely plentiful. Fishermen will easily find numerous boat launches and bait shops. Freshwater species include the largemouth bass, perch, crappie and speckled trout, as well as crawfish and crabs. Fishing is back to where it was before hurricanes Katrina and Rita stirred it into a frenzy.

For hunters, the most sought after species of game are white-tailed deer, squirrels, rabbits and raccoons. There are over 67,712 acres available to hunters on the nearby Maurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area.

Golf & Boating

Livingston Parish, Louisiana
Livingston Parish, Louisiana
Have you ever golfed around a 19th century plantation? Or teed off on one of the top three toughest courses in the state? You will in Livingston Parish.

Greystone, near Denham Springs, features 14 lakes and three distinct areas including towering pines, bottomland hardwoods, and open wetlands, which make the course different from any other in the region. A highly trained staff and state-of-the-art GPS course navigation system are awaiting you.

The David Toms Signature Golf Course, at Carter Plantation, is a 7,000 plus-yard, par-72 course, has been named among the “Top 10 Courses You Can Play” by Golf Magazine, “Best in State” by Golf Digest, and “America’s Best” by Golf Week.

Livingston Parish, Louisiana
Livingston Parish, Louisiana
Day Spas & Retreats
What's more relaxing than a soothing massage or invigorating facial? Throughout Livingston Parish you will find a variety of spas and day retreats.

After a rough day of sight-seeing, nothing compares to a wonderful foot massage followed with hot wax. One afternoon of pampering leaves you ready to explore all that Livingston Parish has to offer.

Dining
Louisiana is world renown for legendary cuisine. Unique dishes such as gumbo, jambalaya and crawfish pie are just a few of the state specialties.

Livingston Parish has a more than a fair share of restaurants from which to choose. If you want it Cajun style, visit The Denham Cafe. If you're in the mood for downhome barbeque, Wayne's Real Pit in Livingston will send you home satisfied.

Our travelers tip: if the parking lot is packed, you know it's going to be good. Bring your appetite and be prepared to take home a doggie bag. Livingston Parish restaurants definitely know how to "fill 'er up".
 

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