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Goodbee, Louisiana

Goodbee is an unincorporated community in Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana, United States, at the intersection of U.S. Route 190 and Louisiana Highway 1077 west of Covington. Goodbee has a signed exit on Interstate 12 to its south, at its interchange with LA 1077.[1]

Northwest of Goodbee is the start of P-Kaw-Shun Creek, the major contributory to Sims Creek. The stream flows in a generally southwestward direction to join the Tangipahoa River south of Robert in Tangipahoa Parish.[2]

Seven miles west of Goodbee, near Robert, is a major distribution center for Walmart Stores.[3]

Closer to Goodbee, at the boundary between Saint Tammany Parish and Tangipahoa Parish, is the Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center, a correctional institution for youths who have behaved unlawfully.[4]

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Coordinates: 30°29′45″N 90°11′51″W / 30.49583°N 90.19750°W / 30.49583; -90.19750

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