You'll be surprised to find the most data for fishing, boating, hiking and camping in the nation in Louisiana. Here the 10 best spots from all over the state of Louisiana that will get you ready for the camping trip of a lifetime.
This is on the shore of one of the nation's largest man-made reservoirs and you will find the pristine waters that offer 900 acres for camping, canoeing, fishing and biking. There are fully equipped campsites as well as climate-controlled cabins that are fully furnished and available to rent.
Near Ville Platte, LA, Chicot State Park offers miles of hiking trails and campsites along the state of the lake. Visitors can rent cabins on the water and paddle canoes that are available to rent. There is a nearby arboretum which offers guided educational hikes to visitors.
This can be the cheapest beach vacation around and it you opt for camping out at this great state Park you will wake up in the morning with the Gulf of Mexico lapping at your door. Bird lovers will need to check out these grounds for migrating birds that come from around the world.
This is a 5000-acre reservoir in this park, which will offer cabins, lodges, and primitive campsites or even improved campsites to visitors for a minimal fee. You can swim in the reservoir and in an on-site pool. The park is known for its freshwater fishing.
Campgrounds are plentiful in this 8700 wilderness acreage that offers some of the most amazing rolling hills, bluffs and sandy bottomland landscapes in all of Louisiana. The Dogwood Campground offers campsites for our vase, trailers, tents and groups and there are drinking water and fire pits.
East of Lake Charles in Calcasieu Parish is a small campground that offers a boat launch and campsites all while viewing the picturesque Lorrain Bridge, which is currently on the National Register of Historic Places. When you set up camp here we were in the perfect position to explore all that they Create old Nature Trail has to offer.
There are numerous campsite opportunities available in this beautiful area and their primitive sites in the Wildlife Management Area as well as excellent RV campgrounds that include amenities such as mini golf and hot tubs.
This area is nestled around the 2700 acre reservoir in this state park is highly popular with anglers all year round. You will find largemouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish. Visitors will enjoy the wildlife, which can include the Louisiana black bear. A nearby daytrip is Poverty and Point historic site, which is one of the most significant archaeological sites in the country.
This is been named as one of the best bass lakes of 2015 and this park offers a great variety of camping facilities and recreational activities, which include an 18-hole disk golf course. You can rent a boat or a canoe and enjoy pristine waters.
This is a newly developed site for those that want to explore this area northwest of St. Francisville. It is a privately run campground which offers improved tent camping sites, RV sites as well as cabins and all of this is located near the Clerk Creek Nature Area where the Tunica Hills Waterfalls are found.