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We were here in February and it was lovely. Hardly anyone here. And the board walk and trails made for a really nice afternoon walk. There is a jungle-like feeling on the boardwalk and beautiful trees! Would make a nice overnight stop, as you are just a moment away from restaurants.
Let’s start that COVID sucks, a lot is closed due to the CVD but it’s also a holiday week I will add as we celebrate the New Year. During the week it is quiet, and pretty empty. Pet friendly, decent space between spots, all 30/50A cable sewer water hookups.
Fantastic nature wise. Drive in is miserable. With fees, it was $30 per night with additional $6 one-off reservation fee. Few sites have septic. Elec and water fine. Had a great 5 mile walk around the park, and that was the paved roads. WiFi sucks. Cell signals in and out - I would not be doing conference calls from here. Don’t think I would come again - expensive for a state park. BTW. Laundry needs quarters, so bring plenty
This campground is top notch. Beautiful, new, level concrete pads to park on with adjoining concrete patios. The patio has a lovely swing for two. We also had two tables and a big, nice grill and a nice fire pit! The office has LOTS of supplies..anything you could need including fishing poles for the small lake!
March 18-20, 2019 Road to park very rough, mosquitos real bad, no Verizon, trails were flooded & looked like we were camping in a swamp. Showers, flush toilets, free washer & dryer use, electric, & water. Signs said to not dangle your feet at the dock because of the alligators. We went to Tabasco Factory & Country Store.
This was our first trip to Lafayette KOA and just our third time camping in our new-to-us travel trailer. My overall impression is that the park is very well maintained, has attentive staff and many activities. We didn’t care for how the sites were so close together. Luckily we didn’t have neighbors to the right of us. Because if we did, their cables and sewage hose would be right outside our door. We had our dog with us so the gravel wasn’t ideal. The tent sites were not located right next to the bathhouse. It’s not a horrible walk, but it’s a lot closer to the majority of the RV sites. They do have a set of restrooms right across from the tents though. We did a little fishing. The ponds were stocked. The water was clear so we could see them, but they were not dumb. We lost a lot of worms, and we only caught three tiny fish. We don’t have kids, but this would have been a great place to take your family. Activities include Mini golf ($), Kayaks ($), paddle boats ($), two pools, pool table in the game room, playground, and a small dog park. We had some strong winds the first night, and our awning ended up getting damaged. I called the front desk, and they sent out maintenance right away to help. The office has a shop with fishing supplies, groceries, RV supplies, and gifts. It’s conveniently located near a grocery store, gas stations, and fast food places. Billy’s Boudin was a quick walk away.There is noise from I-10 and from the nearby train tracks, but it’s not too bad. We’ll definitely be back, but would like to try a different site/area next time!
This is one of the busiest RV campgrounds in South Louisiana. Be sure that you have reservations well in advance. There's a pool with a bar, game room, playground and lake. Small store on site, as well as laundry facilities. Downside is people love to party and be loud. Kids galore, so be careful of them riding golf carts every where! Campsites are pretty level, and concrete. Picnic tables and metal covered areas in the sites around the lake. No shade.