The Parish of Lezant is an agricultural parish in North Cornwall measuring approximately 1,956 hectares (4,835 acres). A large part of the parish is designated an Area of Great Landscape Value and part of the parish lies within the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The parish is situated between Launceston to the north (population around 7,000) and Callington to the south (population around 4,000).
The boundary to the south and west is marked by the River Inny, and to the east by the River Tamar.
To the west, the parish stretches as far as Ruses Mill, whilst the northern boundary includes Little Comfort and the Greystone Quarry.
In 2009 there were 310 households in the parish, containing 632 adults of voting age.
The major access route to the parish is via the A388 between Launceston and Callington.
The major centres of population are based around six villages: Lezant, Trebullett, Trekenner, Treburley, Rezare and Higher Larrick.
Lezant contains the Parish Church and a Church Room, and Trebullett has a Methodist Chapel and a Church Hall. There is a primary school at Trekenner which uses the parish playing field (the Jubilee Field), and in Treburley there is a public house with a restaurant, a social club, and a garage with a motor repair workshop and petrol pumps. Treburley also has an industrial estate, where there are industrial units for hire.