The Fishing Camp Tackle & RV Park
Hollie P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 23, 2022


We stayed here for one night while passing through. It's basically a gravel lot with concrete pads and hook ups behind a gas station and restaurant with what appears to be a good amount of full-timers. That's fine - we don't need anything fancy for one night stays, just a safe place to park with hookups. What bothered us was two things. First, there was a camper at the back of the park with a poor dog in a small fenced in area next to their rig that was left outside the entire time we were there, including overnight when it got cold (28°). The poor thing kept barking every time we would come outside. I felt so bad for that dog. The park's rules (upon confirmation of our reservation) state that pets should always be on a leash and attended to, which was obviously not enforced. It was heartbreaking - the dog was cold and obviously wanted some attention. The other thing we noticed was a ton of black glass on the ground outside our rig. It looked like busted camper glass, spread everywhere. It got tracked into our camper, which I hopefully got all swept out so we don't step on it. There was also no formal check in upon arrival, which was confusing. We went in the gas station and they said there was no need to check in (not a big deal, just a head's up to those considering a stay). The saving graces were the cost ($25/night) and the restaurant which, despite a nearly hour long wait (understandable - it was Friday night), was delicious. We tried boudin for the first time (the eggrolls), and they were heavenly. This park may be better for full timers who don't mind being witness to neglected animals. 🤷‍♀ī¸

  • Debris Po'boy at the adjacent restaurant
  • Busted glass on the ground
  • Busted glass on the ground
  • The RV park
  • Neglected barking dog 🐕 ☚ī¸
  • Boiled shrimp at the adjacent restaurant
Month of VisitMarch