The Morehouse Parish lifestyle. Convenient, Comfortable Living.
Making Economic Strides
Morehouse Parish possesses all thats needed for a healthy, active and safe lifestyle
Achieving Academic Success
Morehouse Parish has actively supported the development of the wood pellet industry and utility-scale solar power production.
Morehouse provides easy, independent living for active seniors alongside convenient access to medical care and wellness.
Recreation opportunities include hunting, fishing, water sports, camping, biking, museums, fine shopping & festivals!
Indoor and outdoor settings are available for beautiful weddings, family reunions, corporate getaways, and so much more!
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Morehouse Parish, Louisiana is well-positioned at the Louisiana-Arkansas border on the 4-lane U.S. Hwy. 165 near I-20. The parish offers the location advantages of a rural community adjacent to the Monroe metropolitan labor market area.
There are unique shopping opportunities in the downtown and many visitors love to shop the expansive selection of hunting and outdoor recreation products at Simmons’s Sporting Goods on North Washington. Retail areas on the east side of Bastrop offer a variety of large stores that will provide for most of you shopping needs.
In 2013 International Paper donated the Bussey Brake Reservoir to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Since that time, numerous projects have taken place to return this reservoir to a premier fishing area in Northeast Louisiana. On July 15, 2020 the Bussey Brake Wildlife Management Area opened to the public.
When: October 21, 2023 Where: Bastrop, LA Details: • 4 Mile Trail | $25 | 8:30-11am • 1 Mile Walk | $25 | 8:30-11am The 2022 Chemin-A-Haut 4 Mile Trail…
When: first Saturday in May Where: Bastrop, LA Cost: FREE Morehouse May Madness is a street festival celebrating Morehouse Parish with the focus being on historic downtown Bastrop, LA. The…
MOREHOUSE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
was founded by community stakeholders as a non-profit organization in 1984 to focus on diversification of area business. The organization serves the City of Bastrop, Villages of Bonita, Collinston, Mer Rouge, Oak Ridge and communities of Log Cabin and Beekman. The organization is proactive in strategic planning for developing the economy of the parish through marketing of area resources. For assistance with your business ideas, expansion or relocation of you business please contact us.
"Drax has benefited greatly from the support and committed leadership in Morehouse Parish. We are very pleased with our business and community partnerships and look forward to helping build the Morehouse Parish region as it continues to unlock its potential.”
- Matt White -
EVP, North America Operations, Drax
“Our workers and exceptional local support have been instrumental in the success of the Bastrop facility."
- Bill Bryant -
President DG Foods
“Bastrop is a great place with really good people.”
- William John -
John N John