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Morgan City , LOUISIANA

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Most Recent Morgan City Camping Reviews
Fabulous!!

Its a diamond in the rough!!

First to Review
Not a fan

5mph speed limit with little kids running around with no supervision yelling at each car that drives by. I sat in my camper and watched as they berated customer after customer. Nothing special about this campground

Not bad

Good location close to everything lots are a little small but good for a quick stay

Friendly RV park

We came here to stay after evacuating from hurricane Sally. We stayed 8 days. It’s a nice rv park. The pool is great. The lazy river has a great current, the best I’ve experienced so far, RV campground wise. Due to Covid restrictions, there were limitations and not much going on. Outside of that, I’m sure this park is amazing when there aren’t restrictions in place. There were some full timers there and they were so nice and welcoming. The office staff and owner were very friendly to us, as well. The WiFi was very good! I was very thankful for that. Pros: Pool/Lazy River, WiFi, friendly campers and staff, “gated”, fire pit. Cons: no shade, no tubes for pool (bring your own), no 24/7 accessible bath house.

We recommend and will go back again for sure.

Lake Fausse Point State Park

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.

Nice campground

We stayed here this past weekend and really enjoyed our stay. The hiking trails are well maintained and easy to follow! We were able to kayak through a lot of water areas as well! The park rents canoes for people to use if you don’t have your own. We got to experience the Dutch Oven Society, which was GREAT!! If you are ever at a camp ground and they are around, you should check out their demonstration and sample all the great food they cook! The RV site was big enough for our bumper pull, but there was a large tree on the site that kept us from being able to put out the awning. Thankfully it was a nice weekend so it wasn’t missed. Also, the fire pit and picnic table was close to the road. We found it oddly placed. All the sites seemed to have tent pads and plenty of shade. Definitely bring some mosquito spray and citronella candles. The water everywhere brings them out! All in all, o would recommend this park! We had a great time and will go back!

Clean and easy

Very nice park. Well manicured and right across from the beach.

Lake Side Large park

This is a busy weekend park within 2 miles of Morgan City, LA. It sits on the edge of a large freshwater lake and has great views. Many sites appear to be Big Rig Friendly. There are various sections of park to choose from. Easy access to park and paved roads inside park. Includes bathhouses, office area, beach and nice boat ramp with dock space. Not sure of a charge for ramp or docks. The East side of the park is wide open and very easy to access with today’s mega rigs and 5th wheels. A large dog park is walking distance and right along the lakeshore.

Want to camp soon

Kayaked the loop, it has been very rainy, trying to find a middle ground between dry firewood/ground and not being eaten alive by mosquitoes seems tough, but an overall great place to spend a day!

Beautiful sunsets!

The views (and the sunsets) here can’t be beaten and most of the sites were right on the water. If you like to fish and are in a fully contained RV, you might find this place ideal to get away from it all. We travel in a 17-foot campervan, so this does not fit the profile of the type of camping we prefer, however, it was fine for an overnight. 

When we were there, the facility needed some upkeep; we were told they have been trying to fix the problem of water on the floor in the men’s room for a while. There was a noisy sewage treatment plant that detracted from the area. 

The cost was very inexpensive ($14) for an electric hookup site, although there was no visible separation between sites. 

We saw an alligator swimming by in the water that was separated from the campsites by only a short rock wall– yikes! Victor, our campground host, was very friendly and offered great suggestions for our next destination.