A great family atmosphere. Sites were roomy. Electric and water. Dump station available. Did not see the park host, but we reserved online. Bathrooms were clean (except the corners had cobwebs). Hiking, biking, and kayaking. We were at site 64, which is directly on the lake. Concrete pad, that was pretty level. 25 dollars a night.
Well, we were here a few weeks ago and it seemed so much nicer! We are back because of a local softball tournament we were attending, and since it was nice th we first time.. This time we stayed in site 46. This is in Campground B. The pad is much shorter than expected. Our camper which is 27 feet hung over the back by several feet. Thankfully we had lots of leveling blocks! There is a picnic table and a hole with concrete that is supposed to be a firepit. The showers were open this time and were very clean. The site had quite a big drop off. It was quiet. Water and electricity. Only 22 dollars a night. Warning! Campground A is horrible!! The sites were very unkept and dirty. There was also a camper there that appeared to be a homesteader. It had lots of trash and "stuff" all around it. There is a beautiful lake, fishing, hiking, biking, and kayaking. This time we drove
This is a very beautiful Federal campground. Sites are scattered. Lots of shade, large trees. We were in site 16, which has water access and views. Level concrete pads. Electric and water. Dump station only. Many beautiful hiking and bike trails. Kayaking, swimming , boating and fishing. Showers are restrooms were very old. Camp host was super nice and friendly. Picnic tables and large firepits on sites.
Nice spacious sites, mostly level. Large beautiful shade trees. Lake sites available. Bathrooms are not available d/t covid restrictions. Fishing, boating, kayaking.. Firepits, tables, and BBQ grills available.
Nice state park with full hook up sites with the exception of the sites across from the beach.
Price per night is $30. Each site has a picnic table and charcoal grill (with the exception of Royal Cay Loop). There is a pool, game room, water park and several bath houses, none of which were open due to COVID. The pool and water park both have extra fee's to use. They also have an 18 hole disc golf course and a playground for the kids.
Nice, quiet park. Beautiful grounds. Large shade trees. Many updates are being made right now. Pictures below of some. Our site was pretty level, only needed 2 blocks. Bathrooms were closed, as well as any swimming. This is d/t cover restrictions. Beautiful trails. Much of the park was in need of weed eating, but was still beautiful. Fishing, kayaking, and boating. Dump station. Water and electric hookups. Cabins/Cottages are currently open for Thursday-Sunday nights only with a 3 night minimum.
We stayed for 2 nights in site 83, which is on the lake. Kayaking, boating, swimming, and fishing! Beautiful grounds, nice level site. Some sites weren't as pretty. This one has a view of the lake, very spacious site, and lots of shade trees. I don't recommend the bath house, too many spiders!!! Cabins available, but they didn't appear to be in the best of condition. No store. Pets are welcome.
This is one of the busiest RV campgrounds in South Louisiana. Be sure that you have reservations well in advance. There's a pool with a bar, game room, playground and lake. Small store on site, as well as laundry facilities. Downside is people love to party and be loud. Kids galore, so be careful of them riding golf carts every where! Campsites are pretty level, and concrete. Picnic tables and metal covered areas in the sites around the lake. No shade.
Very loud! The campground is directly across the street from a bar and grill that plays live music LOUDLY every night. So loud that you can hear it over the a/c running. Also many kids driving golf carts at all hours of the day and night, with music. If you go there for a party, this is it! We were in site 37. Barely long enough for a 27 ft camper. Room for only one vehicle. The electric hookup box, had a broken cover. After looking around the campground, the majority of them were broken as well. The outside lighting on our site was also broken. No picnic tables or firepits on site. It was pretty level concrete, though. No shade. There is s small store, laundry facility, pool (which was closed for repair), and shower room. One good thing about it, the beach is less than a 5 minute walk away. Highly doubt we would stay here again.
This was my first time at this beautiful state park. I will definitely come back! 3 days was not long enough to do everything! Our camper site was #46. It had a very large well kept wooden deck with a picnic table. The camper pad was long and concrete. It was slightly uneven, we used 3 blocks to level it off..There was also a large sand pad if you preferred a tent. A firepit was also there. Many of the other sites also had decks, with the same things available. It had water and electricity, a dump station, and very clean shower/restrooms . Also available were primitive camping sites with amazing views. Oh, did I mention that our site had a very short walk to a dock overlooking the beautiful lake. This dock had room for four boats! There are beautiful biking, and hiking trails, both concrete and dirt. Several play areas for the kids! There was a beach and swimming area, a nature center,, and playgrounds. The camp hosts were amazing and very helpful. The park was super clean, family and pet friendly, and a great price at 28 dollars a night. Happy camping!!
This is a campground that is very family oriented. They have bands on the weekends. The deer and pigs roam the park, visiting with the campers. A store, pool, rec room, and very clean restrooms. I do have some concerns about it though. If you are expecting quiet, it's not. (Remember kids and animals, concerts). Also watch your step, poop is every where. We even had a pig under our camper! The sites are pretty level and have full hookups. We were in site 11.
We stayed here last week, our second time staying here. Nice state park with full hook up sites with the exception of the sites across from the beach.
Price per night is $30. Each site has a picnic table and charcoal grill (with the exception of Royal Cay Loop). Many are very sandy and slightly uneven. But then again this is directly across from the beach! There is a pool, game room, water park and several bath houses, none of which were open due to COVID. The pool and water park both have extra fee's to use. They also have an 18 hole disc golf course and a playground for the kids. Until next time….Happy Camping!
Privately owned Campground in the heart of Louisiana. Slightly hilly with beautiful mature trees, some which have several bird feeders attached! Wildlife galore.Site 19 was quite unlevel, but nothing a few leveling blocks couldn't handle. Picnic table and fire pit, along with a gorgeous view of Cotile Lake. Bath house is sqeeky clean. Laundry available on site. The owners are sweet and very accommodating!!
Our RV site was directly on the lake, which is a large open lake. Very few large mature trees for shade. There is a large covered playground for the kids. Gameroom, and several large pavilions to gather under. A very clean well equipped pool on site, though was unable to use it at this time due to Covid 19. Showers and restrooms are immaculate. Sites are concrete and level. Ours was 116. Full hookups. (43 dollars) The sites were a little close together for my comfort. Great for our quick one night off the interstate visit.
If you like alligators, snakes, and other swamp critters, you will love it here. Secluded, with just 10 sites. Electric and water. Definitely bring leveling blocks, the sites are dirt and undeveloped. There's a boat dock as well. Be sure to have mosquitoe spray or they will tear you up! No store, no showers or toilets. There is a dump station. The small clear area is surrounded by swamp and woods. Our site was #6. Just ok. 15 dollars a night. The drive in was very bumpy and full of holes, so be careful.
Don't get me wrong, I am not antisocial, but when I go camping I really want the natural quiet of nature. It was pretty busy, with many people gathered and partying. Kids driving crazy on golf carts. Otherwise, the property is pretty. The sites are easily accessible (our camper is approximately 30 ft). The showers were not available d/t covid 19, but were there. Our site 12 was level and had full hookups. Pet friendly. Large trees. Store on site and snack shop near the beach. Very kid friendly.
Seriously one of the more relaxing parks we've been to in a while. Plenty of space between sites, lots of trees and water views! We were in site 4, which was quite level and easy to back in to. Also had full hookups!!! No loud golf carts this week either! Our site was around 35 dollars a night with taxes. Family and pet friendly.
This has got to be the cleanest park that I had visited. The grounds were perfectly maintained as was the beach area. There's a large playground which was beautiful and safety minded. The camping area has beautiful flat RV sites, able to handle up to class A. Electric and water mostly, a few full hookups available, but they book quickly. Plenty of raccoons and deer to watch also! Tents are welcome. Disclaimer, I was unable to camp on this visit due to Covid 19, but I was able to look around, hike, fish, and check out the gorgeous grounds!
Perfect for families! Many trails for hiking and places to bike. Also fishing galore! The site we had was #12 , beautiful the first day, then the rain came! Our picnic table was under water! Amenities include a playground, basketball court, bath house (which wasn't open due to the Covid virus), water and electricity. 2 dump stations.
This campground has just reopened Tuesday, after being closed due to "the virus ". Typically there's no problem getting a campsite during the week, but let me tell you, it's full here now! We are in site number 52. Water and electricity only. Bathrooms and showers are open , but not too clean. Our site is good sized and quite level. A concrete table is on site, as is a decent sized fireplace. Pet and kid friendly. There are boat launches and kayak loading areas at most sites. There is a small beach area for campers and a larger beach area open to the public. Hiking trails are a car ride from this site.