Louisiana Highway 300
|Maintained by Louisiana DOTD|
|Length:||15.1 mi (24.3 km)|
|Existed:||1955 renumbering – present|
|South end:||Dead end in Delacroix|
|LA 46 in Reggio|
|North end:||LA 39 / LA 46 in Sebastopol|
Louisiana Highway 300 (LA 300) is a state highway in Louisiana that serves St. Bernard Parish. It spans 15.1 miles (24.3 km) in a southeast to northwest direction and is bannered north/south. It is known locally as Delacroix Highway and Bayou Road.
LA 300 is an undivided, two-lane highway for its entire length. From the southeast, LA 300 begins travelling northward from the fishing communities of Delacroix and Reggio. The winding and notoriously dangerous road meets LA 46 north of Reggio and turns westward. This section of LA 300 (which was once part of LA 46) parallels the new four-lane highway carrying LA 46 to the north. About six miles (10 km) from the junction, LA 300 ends at an intersection with LA 39 and LA 46 (East Judge Perez Drive/Bayou Road) in Sebastopol.
The entire highway is in St. Bernard Parish.
|Delacroix||0.0||0.0||Dead end south of Bayou Lery||Southern terminus|
|Reggio||6.1||9.8||Bridge over Reggio Canal|
|7.4||11.9||LA 46 (Florissant Highway) – Yscloskey-Shell Beach, Hopedale|
|Toca||12.7||20.4||LA 1245 north||Southern terminus of LA 1245|
|Sebastopol||15.1||24.3||LA 39 / LA 46 (Bayou Road, East Judge Perez Drive) – Poydras, Chalmette||Northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi