Camping in Louisiana with showers

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Camping in Louisiana with showers

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

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Horse Shoe Bend Amite River Camp
3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Baton Rouge, LAAt the corporate retreat, we live a recreational-type lifestyle. That doesn't mean we don't work hard...We ride ATVs, fish, work on the property and enjoy our solitude and privacy. Peace, tranquility, privacy, and a safe environment for your stay are a priority. Cox Cable internet/wifi is available for free. The water here is from a deep well. Feel free to take a jug of it with you. You won't find a more delicious water source that is unfiltered, untreated by any chemicals or tampered with in any way. It is neither hard nor soft and has no odor. I have personally been nourishing my body with it for over 6 years now.
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Free Range Humanity Project
12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents69 acres · LA69 acres of raw land untouched since 1944. We pride ourselves in living free. We collect our own water, grow our own food, and produce our own power.The land is lush with trees and foliage for a perfect nature getaway. The serenity and silence is only interrupted by the beautiful sounds of the forest.
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Jan T.’s Land
5 sites · RVs, Tents28 acres · Ruston, LA
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❤️Abita hideaway❤️
1 site · Tent1 acre · Abita Springs, LA❤️Only minutes from downtown Abita Springs where we have the Abita brewery we have the Abita Springs café and we have the Abita brewpub there’s a little bar called Rosies down there it’s fun to go down there with the locals or you can take the 30 minute drive across the causeway and be in New Orleans Normally abita mystery museum I must see every Sunday we have an a bit of farmers market in downtown Abita all local vegetables and fruits and art and music and fun!!Learn more about this land:Beautiful quiet little area hidden away from the world come stay enjoy the amenities of Abita Springs Louisiana!! Only 30 minutes from New Orleans Louisiana!!!❤️❤️❤️ There is an above ground pool available during summer months and a place to bbq picnic or roast marshmallows !!!! With lots of wood on site!! Tranquil area for hippies that love nature!! Kids and pets welcome🌤🔥🌞🌞🙂
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Lucky H&W Farm Hatchery Cabin
1 site · Lodging4 acres · Bossier City, LAFor over 2 years we have built up the homestead to host family, friends and guest. Learn more about this land: Find us on Facebook for photos and offerings. The Hatchery Cabin is 16x20 with porch. It is full electric and has some solar lighting and well water. Outdoor shower is available, (cold water) .We have many farm animals, exotic birds, that can be pet or you can book as a farm day experience. Unique Breakfast cooked fresh at the time you wish.... This must be ordered at time of reservation under extras.
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Snow White Sanctuary
15 sites · RVs, Tents24 acres · Vinton, LALearn more about this land: Pitch or park at our serene swampland oasis and wake up to the abundant wildlife across our 24 acre wild property with five ponds and an island of friendly goats. Frequently see aquatic birds, eat from fruit trees, hike with goats, and enjoy a landscape balanced with both manicured design and uninhibited nature. Booking includes a complimentary handmade goat milk soap, free use of our paddleboat and kayak, and unlimited kisses from our affectionate pack of rescue dogs and herd of elderly rescued horses. Gravel driveway leads the way to a flat waterfront solid grass parking spot with 30amp RV hookups and fire circle. Guests have private entry access to a recently renovated bathroom with shower and tub. Snow White Sanctuary is a gated private property at the end of a dead end road. Parks and river access within walking distance, 30 minutes from Lake Charles, 2 hours from Houston, and less than one hour from beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. Some of our favorite local attractions include: Shangri-La Botanical Gardens, SPAR Waterpark, Delta Downs Racetrack, and Insane Sausages Cajun Food. We are a safe, inclusive, and welcoming campground.
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Maypop farm and retreat
1 site · Tent28 acres · Arnaudville, LA28 acres on the Coteau ridge where the mighty Mississippi River used to flow We have a natural swimming pond No big ag around us , cattle farms and Beautiful land Very peaceful Easy to get to 10 mins from town 20 mins from downtown Lafayette Kangen water available upon request Restroom available Wooded and open pasture Or a more groomed area if you prefer
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Dee Dee's B&B
1 site · LodgingKeatchie, LAI obviously take advantage of living in the country and enjoying the peace and quiet of everyday living that it provides! So many people enjoy coming out here and just unplugging and unwinding. I know my property won't disappoint if you decide to stay in the fully equipped cabin or if you just pitch a tent under the whispering pines. The ponds are fully stocked with bass, bream and catfish, so fun to catch and you can even keep your catch and cook them over your own campfire. The canopy of stars and chirping frogs will lull you to sleep in the privacy of this secluded campsite.
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Red River Carriage House
2 sites · Lodging1 acre · LAEnjoy a stylish experience at this centrally-located cabin. Red River Carriage House is a cabin perched 30’ above the Red River. The location is central to downtown Shreveport, the Riverboat Casinos, Sci-Port Discovery Center, The Aquarium, The Boardwalk, Bass Pro, The Red River District, Brookshire Grocery Arena, and MORE!
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Savage Lane Farm Camping
2 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Collinston, LALearn more about this land:This is a family farm which I now steward. One house was built by my grandparents in 1939 and the other by my father in 1981. There is a hay field and a horse pasture that is home to Biscuit and Shorty. Vehicle campers can locate a spot near either house if they need electricity or water. Tent campers can set up almost anywhere that appeals to them.
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Iberia Market Garden
1 site · RV1 acre · New Iberia, LAThe Iberia Market Garden is private property and a project started in 2014 to bring healthy fresh vegetables and economic investment to the surrounding low-income neighborhood. The property has had various garden areas added over the years and is a great place to relax and meditate. Proceeds from Hipcampers go toward supporting garden upkeep and operations. Learn more about this land: The site is in a well lived in, low-income, busy neighborhood of New Iberia. The hosts live in the small brick cottage in front. The property is surrounded by gardens for guests to enjoy. There is a 15AMP regular outlet to plug into and a water hose for travelers to use.
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Swamp lodge retreat
6 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · LAWaterfront river campsites. Safe secluded shaded and quiet property just minutes off interstate...
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Look beyond the Cajun flavor of New Orleans to see a whole new, wild Louisiana. With its dense forests, beautiful Gulf wilderness, and winding waterways begging to be paddled, this Southern state is a paradise for off-the-grid exploration.

Start your Louisiana adventure in one of 22 state parks or 30 recreation areas. In the north, you find calm bayous and cypress groves. To the south, a coastal region with sandy beaches hugs the Gulf of Mexico. Most of Louisiana's state parks offer wilderness cabins and tent camping, but you can also find plenty of RV parks and private Louisiana campgrounds along lakes, rivers, and bayous.

You don't have to venture far from the city to connect with nature. Spend the night at a waterfront cabin in Bayou Segnette, a mere 30-minute drive from New Orleans. From Baton Rouge, canoe or kayak the mighty Mississippi.

Grand Isle State Park is a hot spot to camp on the beach or fish for speckled trout in the surf. On the state's western border, South Toledo Bend State Park puts a sprawling reservoir at your fingertips. Enjoy a boat ride, or explore the hiking and biking trails onshore.

At the heart of Louisiana, you find Kisatchie National Forest. The popular camping spot features 50 miles of multi-use trails through pines and bald cypress. Don't forget your swimsuit—the Kisatchie Bayou is a great place to take a dip. A little way south, Lake Chicot State Park creates a quiet refuge for canoeing and strolling along nature trails through a beech-magnolia forest. Don't forget your bug spray for the mosquitoes.

Wherever you pitch your tent, you can look forward to mild weather year round. Just remember to bring your rain gear. Louisiana tends to get a lot of rain, especially in the winter. If you want to be on the safe side, you might want to avoid visiting in June through August. It's summer storm season. The dry months of October and November are some of the best months for camping.

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