North Louisiana

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The North region is shaded in brown.

North Louisiana (French: Louisiane du Nord) (also known locally as "Sportsman's Paradise", a name sometimes attributed to the state as a whole) is a region in the U.S. state of Louisiana. The region has two metropolitan areas: Shreveport-Bossier City and Monroe-West Monroe.

The northwestern portion of Louisiana is culturally and economically attached to Northeast Texas and Southwest Arkansas. Combined they comprise the Ark-La-Tex area as the northeastern portion of Louisiana, Southeast Arkansas, and Northwest Mississippi are known as the Ark-La-Miss. The Louisiana Central Hill Country, the hilly areas of LaSalle, Grant, Winn, Caldwell, Natchitoches, Jackson, and Bienville Parishes, extend into portions of North Louisiana's border with Central Louisiana (CenLa).

Metro/Micropolitan areas[edit]

There is one Combined Statistical Area, two Metropolitan Statistical Area, and two Micropolitan Statistical Areas that include North Louisiana parishes.


See also[edit]


  • "North Louisiana History". Michigan State University. 2003-03-15.<--Broken link, May 2017.

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