Lake D’Arbonne is a reservoir located near and around the town of Farmerville in Union Parish in north Louisiana. Isolated in a rural area, it is a popular man-made fishing area that has a combined estimated area of 15,250 acres (62 km2). The lake was first conceived in 1957 and was formed in 1963. Lake D’Arbonne State Park, a state maintained camping and recreation area, lies on the lake. The Louisiana State Highway 33 bridge atop Lake D'Arbonne in Farmerville is named for James Peyton Smith, the state representative from Union and Morehouse parishes from 1964 to 1972.

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  • Lake D’Arbonne is a reservoir located near and around the town of Farmerville in Union Parish in north Louisiana. Isolated in a rural area, it is a popular man-made fishing area that has a combined estimated area of 15,250 acres (62 km2). The lake was first conceived in 1957 and was formed in 1963. Lake D’Arbonne State Park, a state maintained camping and recreation area, lies on the lake. State Senator B. R. Patton, State Representative T. T. Fields, landowner Alvin Green (born 1924) of Bernice, and Fred Preaus, a Farmerville automobile and timber businessman who served as state highway director in the administration of Governor Robert F. Kennon, worked to make the lake a reality. The Louisiana State Highway 33 bridge atop Lake D'Arbonne in Farmerville is named for James Peyton Smith, the state representative from Union and Morehouse parishes from 1964 to 1972. (en)
  • Der Lake Darbonne ist ein Stausee im Norden des US-Bundesstaates Louisiana. Er liegt in unmittelbarer Nähe der Kleinstadt Farmerville, dem Verwaltungssitz des Union Parish. Die Wasserfläche beträgt 62 Quadratkilometer. Der See liegt isoliert in ländlicher Umgebung und dient als Fischgrund. Er ist namengebend für den angrenzenden Lake D’Arbonne State Park, ein vom Staat Louisiana getragenes Camping- und Erholungsgebiet. (de)
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  • Der Lake Darbonne ist ein Stausee im Norden des US-Bundesstaates Louisiana. Er liegt in unmittelbarer Nähe der Kleinstadt Farmerville, dem Verwaltungssitz des Union Parish. Die Wasserfläche beträgt 62 Quadratkilometer. Der See liegt isoliert in ländlicher Umgebung und dient als Fischgrund. Er ist namengebend für den angrenzenden Lake D’Arbonne State Park, ein vom Staat Louisiana getragenes Camping- und Erholungsgebiet. (de)
  • Lake D’Arbonne is a reservoir located near and around the town of Farmerville in Union Parish in north Louisiana. Isolated in a rural area, it is a popular man-made fishing area that has a combined estimated area of 15,250 acres (62 km2). The lake was first conceived in 1957 and was formed in 1963. Lake D’Arbonne State Park, a state maintained camping and recreation area, lies on the lake. The Louisiana State Highway 33 bridge atop Lake D'Arbonne in Farmerville is named for James Peyton Smith, the state representative from Union and Morehouse parishes from 1964 to 1972. (en)
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