Louisiana Land for Sale

  • 1.5 Acres in Louisiana

    $69,500, 1.5 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Catahoula, Louisiana

    Camp or Home on 1.5 +/- acres near Sicily Island Hills WMA in Catahoula Parish, LA An app

  • 10 Acres in Louisiana

    $52,000, 10 Acres , , , Louisiana

    If you are looking for a great place to build look at this beautiful 10 acres. It is mostl

  • 10.9 Acres in Louisiana

    $220,000, 10.9 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Concordia, Louisiana

    House with approx. 11 acres near the Richard K. Yancey WMA in Concordia parish, LA Enjoy

  • 10.98 Acres in Louisiana

    $38,430, 10.98 Acres , Hwy 439, Washington, Louisiana

    +10 Acres on the Bogalusa creek. Corner of Hwy 439 and Hwy 60 close to town. Has public wa

  • 100 Acres in Louisiana

    $470,000, 100 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Franklin, Louisiana

    100 +/- ac and home in Franklin Parish, LA This tract has already been enrolled in WRP. T

  • 101 Acres in Louisiana

    $287,850, 101 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Catahoula, Louisiana

    101 +/- acre recreational tract with Ouachita River frontage in Catahoula Parish, LA You

  • 104 Acres in Louisiana

    $301,600, 104 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Union, Louisiana

    104 +/- acre timberland tract with home site potential in Union Parish, LA This mixed pin

  • 110 Acres in Louisiana

    $299,500, 110 Acres , Hwy 38, St. Helena, Louisiana

    Sale Pending

    110 acres located approx 15 miles west of Kentwood, LA. and 15 miles NE of Clinton, LA. on

  • 112 Acres in Louisiana

    $574,000, 112 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Ouachita, Louisiana

    112 +/- acre timberland and pond suited for nice rural home site near Calhoun in Ouachita

  • 117 Acres in Louisiana

    $251,550, 117 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Franklin, Louisiana

    117 +/- acres CRP and young regeneration for sale near Winnsboro in Franklin Parish, LA T

  • 118 Acres in Louisiana

    $318,600, 118 Acres , 17598 Carter road , Washington, Louisiana

    118 acres +/- located on Carter Road in Washington Parish, LA. Tract is positioned half w

  • 122 Acres in Louisiana

    $488,000, 122 Acres , 27152 Schillings rd, Washington, Louisiana

    122 Acres with lots of Bogue Chitto River frontage. Also has a huge 30+/- acre lake which

  • 13.1 Acres in Louisiana

    $249,000, 13.1 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Rapides, Louisiana

    13.14+/- acres wooded tract for home site in Rapides Parish, LA This property offers over

  • 13.3 Acres in Louisiana

    $38,750, 13.3 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Lincoln, Louisiana

    13.3 +/- acres Timberland with hunting potential near Simsboro in Lincoln Parish, LA For

  • 130 Acres in Louisiana

    $550,000, 130 Acres , 29484 White Hayes Creek RD, Washington, Louisiana

    130 ACRES. Approximately 30 Acres of woods and 100 acres of rolling hills with a back porc

  • 135 Acres in Louisiana

    $607,500, 135 Acres , 410 Olive Street, Franklin, Louisiana

    135 +/- acres with Diverse Use near Winnsboro in Franklin Parish, LA This tract consists


Louisiana loses more land than any other state. The Mississippi River is the great land builder, depositing silt by the ton at its mouth. But as swamps have been logged and canals been cut through the great alluvial plains more and more saltwater is seeping into coastal Louisiana, destroying the coastline and tens of millions of years of work by the mighty Mississippi. Scientists estimate that Louisiana loses the equivalent of 30 football fields of land mass each and every day.

Not that Louisiana is in danger of running out of undeveloped rural land any time soon. Hunting and recreational property, including timberlands and swamplands, remain for sale across the Pelican State. Duck hunters will especially treasure property found along the Tensas and Atchafalaya river basins. For those after more imposing quarry, Louisiana waters are home to more alligators than anywhere else in America; hunting season is for three weeks in late summer. Hunters may also chance to see one of Louisiana's 300 black bear along the southern Mississippi River and its tributaries but they are protected.

The flags of six countries have flown over Louisiana - France, Spain, England, the Republic of West Florida, the United States and the Confederate States of America. The result is one of the country's most distinct cultures; one in fifteen residents still speaks French and the state's welcome signs celebrate its French heritage.

The allure of Louisiana's beautiful and mysterious lands has proved a magnet for movie-makers and earned it the nickname of "Hollywood of the South." More reality shows are filmed here than any other state. So don't be shocked if you find a location scout eyeing your new property after you settle in.