Louisiana’s magnificent natural landscapes are among the most distinct in America. What better way to experience it than by parking your RV in the middle of it all and camping out? From lakeside spots to sites situated not far from the French Quarter, the Bayou State offers a unique camping experience. Here are five awesome RV campsites in Louisiana.
Lakeside RV Park in Livingston, Louisiana, takes advantage of its location next to a 17-acre fishing lake. Besides lake access, Lakeside offers tons of amenities, including a large pool, fishing, bath and laundry facilities, open-air pavilions, playground, enclosed dog park, groceries on site, and more. Regular events, like watermelon eating contests and outdoor movie nights, are scheduled for additional entertainment.
Poche Plantation Camping RV Park is situated on 18 acres of the historic, Judge Felix Poche Planation. Protected by the National Register for Historic Places, the space offers tower hook-ups for lighting, cable, TV, and Wi-Fi. Concrete patios, lawn and trash containers come standard with each space. Stop by the pool, hot tub, and flower fountains while you’re on site. Eighty-five spots are available, but make sure to call to book a reservation, just in case.
River View RV Park and Resort in Vidalia, Louisiana, takes full advantage of its location on the Mississippi River. This year-round RV park has 185 full hook-up sites, with Wi-Fi, pool, clubhouse, hot tub, playground, laundry facilities, showers, and more available on site. Additional camping options include primitive camping and furnished cottages. Gamblers, take advantage of the shuttle service to visit the Magnolia Bluffs Casino.
Visit 20 acres of Louisiana countryside at Pioneer Acadian Village RV Park and Campground in Breaux Bridge. You’re never too far from Mardi Gras celebrations, the Crawfish Festival, Lake Martin, or any number of other fantastic venues. RV sites include full hook-ups, picnic tables, outdoor pavilions, fire rings, bagged ice, mail service, volleyball, and many other amenities. It’s recommended you make a reservation to ensure a spot, especially during festival season.
The New Orleans West KOA outpost is open year-round and is “the closest KOA to the French Quarter and the finest food, sassiest jazz, and wildest times in the south.” Shuttles and city buses from the campsite provide easy access to the New Orleans French Quarter and Bourbon Street. Each campsite offers amps, Wi-Fi, cable TV, pool access, and propane.