The community of Hackberry is essentially an island only twenty-three feet above sea level. Hackberry is home to some of the first oil wells drilled in Louisiana, but today it is most famous as a center for commercial crabbing, shrimping and fishing including several large commercial seafood companies. You can also find locals selling seafood at roadside docks during season.


Hackberry, LA 70645


29.99586700, -93.34225200
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(337) 775-5718

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