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The 20 best camping spots in Louisiana.

Down by the bayou, a world of great camping & great food awaits.

Horse Shoe Bend Rive Camp
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1. Horse Shoe Bend Rive Camp

Some of the last real woods that you can drive to in the parish. You will be camped on a lake front and also the Amite River is across the street...

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Butterfly Camp
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2. Butterfly Camp

Come pitch your tent, and stay on our nature-oriented property. You'll be surrounded by butterflies, flowers, moths, humming birds, owls, night...

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Unique coastal geography, along with rich history and culture, puts camping in Louisiana in a league of its own. Stay in tents and cabins within Louisiana's densely wooded national forests, and nature preserves, enjoying endless days of fishing, hiking and lounging along the bank of a lake or river. Head to Alexandria to take advantage of the fishing, swimming, ATV and boating Read more...
Unique coastal geography, along with rich history and culture, puts camping in Louisiana in a league of its own. Stay in tents and cabins within Louisiana's densely wooded national forests, and nature preserves, enjoying endless days of fishing, hiking and lounging along the bank of a lake or river. Head to Alexandria to take advantage of the fishing, swimming, ATV and boating opportunities at Camp Cook and the surrounding national forests, or make your trip all your own with a stay at one of Louisiana's private farms, butterfly sanctuaries, or furnished cabins. Head down to the bayou to pitch your tent by the wetlands, exploring the slow waters, cypress trees and wildlife by kayak or canoe. Nearby New Orleans provides a dose of spectacular food, music, art and architecture if you choose to venture away from nature.
Chicot Campground

3. Chicot Campground

Whether you rent one of its deluxe cabins or pitch your tent on its grounds, Chicot Campground has everything you need to explore Mother Nature on...

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Boy Scout Camp

4. Boy Scout Camp

Totally primitive, totally beautiful, and totally free. Boy Scout Camp is used primarily by motorcycle campers, not boy scouts, but you’ll...

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The word "bayou" is French, meaning a slow-moving river.
Ahtus Melder Camp

5. Ahtus Melder Camp

Free primitive camping for you and your mighty steed—now you and your horse can get out of Dodge and head deep into the forest for free. You’ll...

Loran/Claiborne Trailhead Camp

6. Loran/Claiborne Trailhead Camp

Rev up your engines and head down to Loran Claiborne Trailhead Campground for a wild weekend with your ATV or motorcycle by your side. The multi...

Pirates used to make the town of Jean Lafitte their hiding spot.
Evangeline Camp

7. Evangeline Camp

If you’re into roughin’ it, than Evangeline Camp will be your personal paradise. Lose yourself in the primitive forest with your trekking poles,...

Kincaid Lake Campground

8. Kincaid Lake Campground

Kincaid Lake Campground is a modern, forested paradise, complete with a fishing pier, swimming, area, and boat launch. Pitch your tent by the shore...

Louisiana is the only US state containing a sizable population of Cajuns, whose Acadian descendants fled Canada in the 1700s.
Valentine Lake North Campground

9. Valentine Lake North Campground

Pay a visit to Valentine Lake North Campground, and you will get some love in the form of a sweet little lake where you can float your canoe, cast...

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Wild Azalea Trail

10. Wild Azalea Trail

Calling all backpackers and nature photographers! The Wild Azalea Trail has been designated a National Recreation Trail due to its outstanding...

The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, right in New Orleans, is the longest continuous bridge in the world at 24 miles.
Stuart Lake Campground

11. Stuart Lake Campground

Fancy yourself a little lakeside retreat? Why not send yourself and the crew on a well deserved getaway to Stuart Lake Campground? This is a small...

Marisa
Marisa: 2 beautiful days away from civilization spent at this campground. We stayed in January, so there were only a handful of other...
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North Shore Campground

12. North Shore Campground

Fam in the back, boat in tow, picnic in the cooler, and marshmallows for roastin, now that’s a beginning of a darn good time! The North Shore...

Bankston Camp

13. Bankston Camp

Time for a little reboot? Some primitive tent camping will fix ya right up. Come down to the Bankston Camp to pitch your tent, and then get to...

Fullerton Lake Campground

14. Fullerton Lake Campground

Get your fill of history and lakeside camping goodness when you visit Fullerton Lake Campground. You can cast a line from shore or from your...

Highway 472 Camp

15. Highway 472 Camp

Make basecamp at Highway 472 Camp for all your epic hunting adventures. Settle in for a few days as you focus on catching some serious game. Take...

Pearson Camp

16. Pearson Camp

Make it easy on yourself this hunting season by scoring a spot at the Pearson Camp. This designated hunters camp has easy access from Alexandria...

Enduro Camp

17. Enduro Camp

Sometimes you need to head into the forest with your tent, and settle in for a little one-on-one time with Mother Nature. The Enduro Camp in the...

Natchez Campground

18. Natchez Campground

Natchez Campground is kind of a big deal. It ain’t every day an 18. 15 pound bass bites the bait, but the one day it did happen, it was here. Hot...

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Saddle Bayou Camp

19. Saddle Bayou Camp

Tent camping in the woods—sometimes that’s all you need. If you are a hunter then you will especially like the Saddle Bayou Camp located near the...

Clear Springs Campground

20. Clear Springs Campground

Amongst pine covered hills and a 12-acre spring-fed lake, you’ll find Clear Springs Campground. Another defining feature of this area is steep...

Scott
Scott: Probably one of my favorite places to Camp (either tent or popup). Clear Springs Campground - a USFS campground is located near...
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