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Land for Sale in Louisiana

Buying land for sale in Louisiana can be one of the most exciting moments of your life. From hunting land for sale in Louisiana to river-front property, there are plenty of types of land to choose from. The right tract of land can help you achieve your aspirations.

Whether you are planning to build your dream home or just want world-class duck hunting or be able to hunt trophy whitetails when you feel like it, there is a wide selection of vacant lots from the Ouachita River frontage, you can get the acres flood tendencies in the central and southern portions of the state from many land brokers.

From acres of pasture to the Delta’s hardwood river bottoms, to fertile farmland. Real Estate agents or a good broker can help you find your favorite place for non-commercial use available lots for mobile homes on vacant land and lot size. Get detailed information on nearby land along with the average property price as users of this website.

A good landman can help with IDX information and a complete guide for home selling insights for your buyer agent.

Hunting Land for Sale in Louisiana: Other Types of Land to Buy

Land for sale in Louisiana takes on many forms, including income-generating properties, many acres of pasture, waterfront land, recreational land for hunting or fishing, land that includes a home or cabin, or simply beautiful acreage far away from the hustle and bustle. Along the coast, you will find beautiful marshland, with sugar cane or rice fields.

In the northern part of the state between Lake Charles and Shreveport, you will find open prairies waiting to be farmed. And throughout Louisiana’s forests and national parks such as the Kisatchie National Forest and the Yokum Hills area, there are thousands of acres of good hunting ground.

The Pelican state offers you a wide variety of options for your next land purchase. Search our current listings and narrow them based on your preferences, such as price or property type–such as hunting tracts or riverfront views. We’ll help you find the right lot in the right area to fit your lifestyle.

Parishes We Have Listings For:

Saint Tammany

Washington

Tangipahoa

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Land for sale in Louisiana

53 Acres – Sun, Louisiana

$363,050.00

53 acres located on OD Kaine Lane and Stein Road in Sun, LA. This beautiful pasture tract is absolutely stunning with having a secluded feel of being wrapped on the perimeters with large hardwoods and pines. The interior of the property is a lush hay field that could easily be that horse farm you have always dreamed of or to do little cattle raising. The entrance to the property you will find a pond with a driveway that leads back to an old homesite with a home that is in disrepair. Even though the home needs to be removed / the homesite is a beautiful spot to build with dotted landscaping and oaks surrounding. This site also has power and community water present. This property is located approximately 20 min from Covington City limits. Come see this one @ $363,050 (an adjoining 25 acres and 43 acres available). Property will need to be surveyed out of an original 120-acre survey.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

43 Acres – Sun, Louisiana

$294,550.00

43 Acres Located on Stein Road in the northeast corner of St. Tammany Parish. This is a beautiful 1/2 wooded 1/2 open with the wooded area being mainly mature hardwoods and the open area in lush pasture that yields a good hay crop a couple times a year. Open area could be used for horses or cattle while the forested area giving way to some great hunting. On the west side border of the property, we have a powerline right of way that also gives way to a “long view” hunting opportunity. The road frontage is plenty and has a row of trees almost blocking the view from the road to the open area up front that presents a great homesite. The road frontage does have residential power. Property will need 1 line surveyed which is an old fence line. An additional 53 acres and 25 acres can be purchased. An absolute Gem of a property located approximately 20 min northeast of the city limits of Covington, LA. Property will need to be surveyed out of an original 120-acre survey.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

25 Acres – Sun, Louisiana

$156,250.00

25 Wooded acres located on Stein Road in St. Tammany Parish, LA. Nice wooded property here in the northeast corner of the parish in the neat little community of Sun/Bush. Property is fully wooded with pine and hardwood with a power line ROW running down its west side that would give to some recreational hunting. Property possesses good ground and with a little clearing of the pines you could make sure of a good homesite with access to power @ the road frontage. Located 20 min from the city limits of Covington. An adjoining 43 acres and 53 acres can be purchased). Asking $156,250. Property will need to be surveyed out of an original 120-acre survey.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

119.5 Acres – Sun, Louisiana

$742,000.00

119.5 acres +/- land for sale in Louisiana. located on OD Kain Road in Sun, LA. Great property here with approximately 1/2 open of lush open ground that is ready for any horse or cattle opportunity you can dream of and balanced in towering hardwoods and pines giving the property a secluded feel and hunt-ability. There is an old existing home on the property that sits on a beauty of a home-site / the old home could be a tear down or you could put some work into it and bring it back to life. Property has great road frontage on three sides and has access to power and water. Rare find here $742,000.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

$259,500.00

Home and small land for sale in Louisiana. A very well-maintained home in a very desirable neighborhood, located South of I-12 and East of I-55 which are just minutes away. Very spacious 4 bedroom with open floor plan and also a large sunroom. Great for entertaining family or guest. Property backs up to a wooded area and also has a fenced back yard with above ground pool.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

37.68 Acres – Ponchatoula, Louisiana

$321,634.00

37.68 Acres +/- Louisiana Hunting land for sale. Undeveloped property East of Ponchatoula, La and just south of I-12. All wooded good frontage, some out of the flood plane, which is uncommon below I-12. Great building site or development.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

38 Acres – Angie, Louisiana

$109,250.00

38 +/- Heavily wooded acres hunting land for sale in Louisiana right outside of Angie LA. This would make an excellent hunting tract or clear some trees and build you house in a secluded peaceful area. At just under $2900/acre this property is priced to sell! Make an appointment today.

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Land for sale in Louisiana

$250,000.00

Cozy home and land for sale in Louisiana. Off the main road a home on 10 acres of land +/- located on Sunny Hill Road, Mt Hermon about 3 miles from the Tangipahoa Parish LA Line. Country setting for sure with this one with the complete 10 acres in open pasture with fencing and cross fencing for horses or any other livestock that may be of your fancy. The home is situated down a long driveway off the road and has 16×20 shed to boot and an old tractor shed for storing needs. Interior of the home has a warm feel and flows well to a 2-bedroom 2 bath set up. We have a covered carport/ outside entertainment area where you can park your car or have a good time out of the sun. The other end of the carport is also enclosed with a half bath and the laundry room. All this located on a 255 foot above sea level ridge. P.S. Metal Roof and New Central Heat installed in October 2020. Great country find right here in west Washington Parish.

Planning to Invest in Louisiana Land for Sale: Here’s what You Should Know

LA is a year-round outdoor sports and wildlife adventure. Louisiana’s many recreational opportunities have attracted visitors from all over the world. From the coastal wetlands to the interior marshes and hardwoods, there’s an abundance of fishing, hunting, and birdwatching for you to enjoy.

LA is a state rich in culture and natural beauty. Its temperate climate supports over a third of the sugarcane grown in the United States, as well as over 10 percent of its rice crop. The state leads the nation in sugarcane production and is second in rice production, making Louisiana a leading state in the agriculture economy.

Traditionally associated with Cajun Country, the agriculture industry has grown to include cotton, crawfish, soybeans, cattle and an array of other products. What was once a rural lifestyle, and a poor economy is now a modern and growing industry.

Geography and Climate

Named after the French phrase for “the kingdom of the big swamp” — la Louisiana. The state is home to the 15th-highest population in the United States. Much of this population is concentrated in and around large metropolitan areas, including New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Metairie, Lafayette, Broussard, Bossier City, Lake Charles, Kenner and Gulfport.

Louisiana is the largest state in the Deep South and borders Texas and Arkansas to the west, Mississippi to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the south. Most of Louisiana can be divided into three major regions: the grassy plains and pine forests of the northern section, the Mississippi River delta, and the hills and streams of the southern section.

The geography of each region results in a variety of wildlife habitats, including swamps, freshwater lakes, brackish estuaries, barrier islands, and marshlands. Because of its location along a continental coastline with access to two large river systems (the Mississippi River and the Atchafalaya River), abundant with fish and wildlife.

With more than 2,000 miles of shoreline along the Gulf of Mexico, the state has abundant marinas for boaters and anglers. Sports fishing out of Louisiana ports is nationally renowned making it the perfect environment to raise crawfish, catfish, shrimp and crab.

Louisiana has four very distinct seasons with mild winters, lighter summers, and plentiful rain. The warm climate provides an abundance of fresh vegetables year-round, including tomatoes, eggplants, bell peppers, squash, strawberries, cantaloupe, corn and okra. The breezy, warm air of south Louisiana invites relaxation. With an overall heat index of 83, it’s almost impossible for you to get too warm outdoors.

Entertainment Options

Whether you’re a local resident or visiting from out of town, Louisiana is a destination that is known for road trips, wine tastings, festivals and finding new places to eat with friends and family. With new boutique hotels, world-class restaurants, festivals, parades, museums and events popping up almost daily, there is something at every turn in this unique city.

Living in bayou state means experiencing live music from coast to coast. From New Orleans through Baton Rouge and throughout the rest of the state you can find fantastic music to party to. Whether it’s festivals, river cruises, family-friendly events, or intimate club nights, there’s always something going on in New Orleans that will make your experience even better. Whether you’re looking for a place to go out after a long day at work or looking for a perfect spot for a pre-dinner gathering or even just to grab some food and relax before going out for some drinks with friends, Louisiana has something for everyone.

Louisiana is known as the Land of Enchantment and it seems that no matter what type of culture or scenery you come across, there is always some type of culture or scene that adds to the charm of the place. From music festivals to unique food and drink options, to nightlife and attractions that will leave you in awe; Louisiana has it all! With great prices and a load of alcohol; it is easy to see why people flock to Louisiana for certain aspects of their lives.

Why Buy Louisiana Land for Sale?

Surrounded by natural beauty and with a history that dates back to the early 1700s, Louisiana land is a perfect investment opportunity. Whether you are looking for river-front property along the Mississippi River or a piece of hunting retreat, there is no shortage of options available. Whether you plan to develop the land or use it as a vacation home, Louisiana is a wonderful place to own.

LA offers a blend of attractive opportunities for creating your ideal home and living environment. Unrestricted land provides scenic areas and the opportunity to build a waterfront home and enjoy boating, fishing and other forms of recreation. For those looking for more land to explore, hunting retreats provide the perfect chance to bond with friends and family while participating in one of Louisiana’s most popular pastimes. In Louisiana, you can put your imagination to work to create a piece of property that is perfectly suited for you.

With the right piece of Louisiana real estate, you can make your dreams a reality. Find your piece of paradise today on our web site and start building tomorrow.