Bayou Barbary is lined with cypress, pine and tupelo. It is fairly wide. Water is clean. About 300 yards south of launch site is a bayou to the left which is more secluded. You may encounter a few motorboats on the main bayou. Bayou Barbary empties into the Amite River at Tiger Bluff Landing near Hwy. 22.
Small store at launch site for snacks. Closed Sundays.
May be a $3 launch fee.
From Baton Rouge go east on I-12 to Livingston exit and turn right. Go south about 15 miles to intersection of Hwy.444 and turn left. Go about 5+/-miles to landing. From N.O. take I-10 toward B.R. and turn right at Airline Hwy. Take a right at Hwy. 22 at Sorrento, left at Hwy 16 and then right at 444. Barbary Bayou about 12+/- miles on right.
Good launch site. Concrete ramp, wooden pier.
River/Creek (Up to Class II)