The city of Walker, Louisiana is located in Livingston Parish. This land now nicknamed, the “Pine Tree Capital of the World” was first settled in 1853. Among the tall trees, the community of Walker grew. People were drawn to the simple rural land just east of Denham Springs. Now with 6,200 residents and 5.8 square miles, the city of Walker offers top rated schools, national stores, restaurants and hotels and two city parks. All of the services you could need are now located in this once remote community. Walker is also home to Our Lady of the Lake Livingston, a medical facility for emergency care, primary care and outpatient services. Everything you need is nestled in this small city but if needed, Baton Rouge is just 15 minutes away via Interstate 12 or Highway 190. Large estates, custom homes on large lots, land ready to build, neatly organized neighborhoods and established neighborhoods are all available in the community of Walker.