Cozy setting and secluded
No pull throughs….some spots are hard to park campers in…clean and full hook ups in all spots
This is a really nice state park and campground. It's located right on Lake Pontchartrain, which is really beautiful and nice for swimming, fishing, canoeing. They have some really nice tent sites, nice bathrooms, pavilions, picnic tables. There are also cabins that you can rent if you want. The beaches are cool, there are some nice hiking and biking trails.
Of course, being right near New Orleans, there is plenty to do. Taking a boat tour through some of the swamps is really cool. Plus, you get to find out a little about the history of the city. Taking a bike tour around the city is really cool as well. I learned so much about the history of New Orleans when I did it! Just a really awesome city full of culture and weirdly awesome stuff.
Hands down the best place we stayed at! The ocean was across the street, the campsites are spaced in a nice manner. We chose the outside (primitive) of the campground next to ocean because it was crammed inside. Showers/bathrooms were impeccable! Disc golf course was way nice. We caught crab with our hands, they were everywhere! So neat! So beautiful! So perfect! We stayed two days instead of just the one day passing thru on the road trip because it was that good! Kind staff!
This was a great camp that was just off the main road outside New Orleans. We got there and realized we needed a permit. So we went to Walmart down the road and paid $3 for a wma permit for lousiana. Stayed one night with no problems. It was free but for the permit and lots of open space. Camped under the trees.
This is a campsite of 25 lots (4 accessible) with a bathhouse and friendly camp host. Located in the De Soto National Forest just north of Gulfport, MS, it’s an easily accessible campground whether you’re here to visit the Gulf or do some hiking on the many miles of trails through the park.
Dog-friendly and clean, there is a 1/2 mile nature hike within the campground.
We use to make a trip to MS several times a year to camp here. We always enjoined our time. Now that there are new owners we hope to be back soon. Roads need some work but I’m sure that will come with all the other problems they are trying to repair. Love to stay here and FLOAT.
I have been here many times. This campground is a stop halfway through the Tuxachanie trail. It is a quaint park with 4 designated campsites with tables and fire rings. However, it is very common to see tents all around the lake and other spots including secluded spots that are permissible. The campground is free of charge with no showers and a water pump by the one stall bathroom.
There there are two different campgrounds - 1 across from the Gulf and one in the wooded area. We like the wooded area better. We didn't use the water park or pool. Camping on the back side of the park, we thought we had picked a secluded spot. Unfortunately, we were pretty close to the road just passed the part boundary. Had a bit of car noise. The bathroom was a bit far away from this corner, but they were nice and clean.
Nice quiet family campground. Two pools both fed by on site natural springs. Bogue Chitto river runs right alongside. Fishing, tubing, swimming. All easily accessible. You can’t beat the rate either! We will definitely be returning!
We were pleasantly surprised by the nice views, great tent campsites, cold river access, and access to restaurants even though camp feels remote. At night there was a lake nearby you could see the alligator’s eyes glowing - kids thought that was cool. Great swimming- but river had very strong current so kids wore Life jackets. This area is hilly and has a different appearance than most state parks I’ve been to in LA. The restrooms/shower access are a short walk and kept very clean.
This is probably my favorite place to visit in Louisiana. The primitive camping sites are on little peninsulas just big enough for you and your group, so it's truly private. The lake has always been calm when I go, with maybe 1 or 2 kind and considerate boaters.
Big Biloxi Campground is conveniently located about 20 mins from I-10 so it’s easy to make a pit stop to relax and unwind. The host was very nice ans attentive. He also gives you your space so you can have one time. The campground is spacious so there’s plenty of room between camps. There’s electric hook up for RV and lost of room for tent. I chose to camp in my hammock and it was relaxing. Most of the campsites have enough trees for hammock camping. There’s fire pits, picnic tables, water and electricity so you can charge your phone if needed. The bathrooms were clean and have flushable toilets. A shower’s available to get that dirt off you. Overall the experience was nice. at night you may hear vehicles in the distance but other than that i had a peaceful night.
This park is essentially a gravel lot with full RV hookups. That said, you're paying roughly $30 a night to be about ten minutes by car from the French Quarter. It's a $8 Uber ride in non peak times, and for that nightly rate you really can't beat it. Park owners are lovely, kind people and they allow, if not encourage, bringing pets!
- Located off Beach Rd. Several campsites across from beach. Other towards the rear of park. Lots of trees, newer bathrooms/showers and a Water pk on site that costs extra. The water pk has a water slide and wave pool. A separate swimming pool also accessible with watrr pk pass. Nice, friendly, clean State Park with very reasonable rates averaging arounf $30 a night with hookups.__
The best sites are the first come first serve sites. These sites are in the Mohawk area. I would avoid the Kahaka area if you want a beach area as there isn’t one. All the bathrooms have no air conditioning. There are boat launches and many sites that you can anchor your boat at or near by.