Lincoln Parrish Park is a relaxing and beautiful place to park it for one night or six. The park is clean, well maintained and easily navigated. They offer both RV and primitive camping along with a seperate day use area. The lake has a nice path so a walk around it is great exercise and gives the opportunity to see fish jumping and lots of ducks. Pricing is reasonable and the views are relaxing.
It’s a really nice place to camp. They do have restrooms but they need more attention put towards them. They have a big pavilion with a massive grill if your just interested in day use only. The fishing piers are well built and very nice. No showers and it’s primitive camping only…but I would recommend this park.
The park is on the smaller side with plenty of cabins and good places to kayak, canoe, and fish. The bayou is very nice. The pool is a little run down looking as of late summer 2019. We went trial hiking but this was a little difficult as the walking trails aren’t really maintained (the horse trails are maintained and clearly marked).
Overgrown and neglected. I drove the miles to visit, so I stayed anyway. It can be done! Would be cool spot if it was cleaned and properly maintained.
Very pretty camping area. We stayed here at site 14. Had a long pier over the water, and plenty of space between campers. Not level ground, but we managed with enough blocks to get it level. This was a back in site. Water and electric, no sewer, but had a dump station. Absolutely no cell service. Lake Claiborne was a gorgeous lake yo kayak on.
This campground is wonderful clean grounds nice shower facility well lit. Beautiful lake with splash pad and park for the kids to play nice beach area . If you don't want to bring your Camper they have nice spacious cabins for rent year round reasonably priced too. Best vacation we've had in a while!
Stayed 1 night in site 26, PT FHU on grass. Close to the interstate, quiet and beautiful sunset next to the pond, safe and tons of big pull thrus. This is our second time staying here. We did not use the amenities as we are self-sufficient and did not meet the staff as we were in/out after hours. It rained all night and was a little wet; the sites are grass. Will def stay again 👍
We tent camp here in early Spring in the camping area #2 and comeback weekend after weekend. Many wonderfully marked hiking trails, two of the best frisbe golf courses in Louisiana. There's a nice little beach where the kids can play and a playground area as well. The bathrooms are clean and warm (welcome in the winter and spring). The pavement is well kept and great for kids to ride bikes or scooters. The King of the Moutain Trail is my favorite becaues of it's wooden bridge and tiny waterfall.
Secluded in the North Louisiana Farms, on Lake D’arbonne, with large forest trails. Immense campground with back to forest or lake front and all have RV hookup. RV pumping station available. Campsites bear beach and trails. Cabins near the group pavillians and building. Renovated bathrooms and laundry. Kayak and canoe for rent for day. Boat dock and fishing pier.
This is a hidden gem north of Bastrop, Louisiana. Have camped here on multiple occasions. Every time there have been very few campers so it's almost like having the entire campgrounds to yourself. Raccoons are very curious and obviously human fed because they will walk right up to you. Best feature in the park is the Chemin-A-Haut Creek were 1000 year old Cypress trees are scattered throughout. Rent a kayak or canoe to paddle to them.
Poverty Point Reservoir State Park, Louisiana Park: There is a lot to do at this park. There is a beach and swimming hole but you have to leave out of the park to access it. It is not far and your fee into the park covers the north marina and swimming area. Bike riding, canoe rental or bring your own, fishing off the bank or bring a boat, hiking trails through the Black Bear Habitat, splash pad. The park is rather small, but packs a lot of activity.
Campground and Site 28: This site has electric, water, sewer (we did not need), fire pit, grill, wifi, picnic table and latern hook. There are 2 nice trees for a hammock. Wonderful campground hosts. Very active and on top of stuff like trash and bathrooms. This campground is designed for RV's but we were welcome with our tents. There were only 4 tents set up in the campground and we had (2) of them. Some spots have tons of shade while other have very little. There is a nice bathhouse. There are only 2 shower stalls, but they are huge and clean. There is a laundry room with a coke machine inside. It stormed the night we arrived so our site was a bit flooded. Saturday dried everything up quickly while we took the boys fishing and swimming.
Toward the north end of the park there are cabins and lodges for rent.
Nearby: Poverty Point World Heritage Area. This historic site has a fee of $4 per person.
We had a great time in spite of the rain and will go back when it is cooler to do more hiking and bear watching.
Campground offers modern sites with tables, fire pits, electric, and water hook ups. Facilities are nearby and always clean. The campground offers privacy and is generally well shaded by trees. There is a large playground and pavilion on the facility. The park also offers some of the best mountain biking trails in the state. There is also a lake with a swimming area and a paved walking trail around it. Since the campground is not secluded there are generally no issues with using phones or accessing shopping and restaurants.
A superb park with excellent boat launches and fish cleaning stations, clean beaches, very well cared for grounds and quiet as a mouse! A wonderful getaway