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We stayed here one night passing through and were so impressed with how clean & quiet the place was. Right on the river with a dock, gazebo and fire pit. Sites have full hookups and some have picnic tables. The restrooms & laundry facilities were closed for renovations at the time.…
Almost feel sorry for the park system. All this rain & nowhere for it to go.
All in all it is a pretty nice park with level asphalt pads. Some full hook up, some w&e only. Didn't get to see most of the park as it was closed due to flooding. No cell service at all. Did not try the bath…
The park is beautiful: trees, swamp, lakes, and bayous. Some sites (28-33 at least) have small piers on the canal for fishing or taking out the kayak. There are multiple boat launches, one in and several near the campgrounds. You can also rent canoes.
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I would suggest BREC Farr Equestrian RV Park if you are interested in being close Baton Rouge or LSU. A typical fairgrounds type camping area. Sites have electric and water. Remote dump site available. Bike path trailhead is there, with extensive pathways on the levee.
It’s out of the way for most people but it’s a gem. Friendly helpful staff, clean grounds but the power/cable boxes need work. Awesome clubhouse! Great outdoor pool area was open off season. Indoor heated pool and hot tub was the best for my sore joints. Showers could also use some help but so far…
Great fishing, swimming, playground, walking trails! We had to be in this are for work and so glad we found this lake!
Permit and sign-in/out required on Louisiana WMA website. Close to a boating launch that has a bathroom and water. The site has 3 picnic tables with plenty of room for tents or rvs. About 2 miles from town, with decent service. Beautiful sunsets over the fields.
Its a diamond in the rough!!
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
Good location close to everything lots are a little small but good for a quick stay
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,…
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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…
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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…
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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,…
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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!
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