Map of Baton Rouge Hoods
A full tour of the Baton Rouge hoods with a map that breaks down the streets of the Baton Rouge ghetto. While historically, in the state of Louisiana, Baton Rouge has been overlooked by the more known city of New Orleans, along with its reputation, but the rise of the country’s top rap artists as shed light into the streets of B.R.
The capital city of Louisiana has does consist of Baton Rouge gangs, but communities and hoods from the North Side to the South Side. A small city, so there are not many, but browse through the map to see some of the locations in the streets of Baton Rouge ghetto of some of your favorite rappers.
Map Key: Red = South Baton Rouge Hoods. Blue = North Baton Rouge. Black = Various sections of Baton Rouge
*Make Sure to Leave a Comment Below, especially if Hood is Missing or Wrong.
To start the tour of the Baton Rouge hoods, the South Side consists of areas like Uptown along G Street, Cross Da Tracks, and the Bottom. While those are the main sections of the South Side, there is also Valley Park, Mayfair, and Gardere Lane. The smaller side of Baton Rouge has produced the most legends, from Boosie to Kevin Gates.
The North Side, which is the largest section is the heart of the Baton Rouge ghetto with many Baton Rouge hoods along Plank Road like CC Lockdown, Dixie, Boot Town, McDonald Land, and Zion City. Other sections include Ghost Town, Fairfield, Parktown, Easy Town, Brooks Town, Oak Town, while the largest are Sherwood and Scotlandville.
As mentioned, there are no Baton Rouge gangs like the Bloods and the Crips or Gangster Disciples and Vice Lords, but sometimes local cliques can somewhat resemble them. Baton Rouge hoods and streets have changed since the 90s and 2000s, but much is still the same. Unlike most large cities, gentrification is not affecting the communities as much as other places. Many of these hoods have been around generations and have sub hoods and cliques within.
*NOT A BATON ROUGE GANGS MAP.