Some of the cities, towns, and places in Acadia Parish are Arceneaux, Basile, Bates, Bluff, Branch, Castile, Church Point, Crowley, Deshotel, Duson, Ebenezer, Egan, Ellis, Estherwood, Eunice, Evangeline, Frey, Gatte's Cove, Gumpoint, Hundley, Iota, Judd, Keystone, LeJeune Cove, Link, Little Japan, Lyons Point, Maxie, Mermentau, Mermentau Cove, Midland, Millerville, Mire, Morse, Mowata, Nezpique, Peach Bloom, Pitreville, Pointe Noire, Prairie Hayes, Prudhomme, Rayne, Richard, Ritchie, Robert's Cove, Rork, Shortbread, Tepetate, Tortue, Whitehouse, Williams
Acadia Parish (French: Paroisse de l'Acadie) is a parish located in the U.S. state of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 61,773. The parish seat is Crowley. The parish was founded from parts of St. Landry Parish in 1886, and later an election was held to determine the parish seat, ending when Crowley beat Rayne and Prairie Hayes.Acadia Parish is included in the Lafayette, Louisiana metropolitan statistical area.