Caravan campsites near Luskentyre with campfires

With its dazzling white sands and crystal-clear waters, Luskentyre is a paradise for outdoor lovers.

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6 top caravan sites near Luskentyre with campfires

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Horseshoe Bend River Camp

5 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Baton Rouge, LA
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. Electric, Water, Trash, and WIFI are included. Discounts on weekly/monthly stays.
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Cajun retreat Campsite

2 units · Motorhomes2 acres · Prairieville, LA
My wife and I are native south Louisianians. I grew up fishing, trawling, catching seafood, hunting and skiing in Westwego. My wife grew up near New Orleans eating poboys and beignets. We moved to Prairieville 20 years ago. It’s just over an hour from New Orleans and our Bayou property is very similar to what we we accustomed to in Cajun country, Westwego. Learn more about this land: We own 2 acres of partially secluded property on Bayou Manchac. Our place is a genuine Cajun retreat inside and out. We’re operating one campsite and all 3 experience options at this time;. The site is on the Bayou; great for relaxing, bird and turtle watching, kayaking, etc. (There is a public boat launch if needed) Great place for adult only relaxation or for families. Grassy area with firepit for s’mores, archery equipment, etc. We’re close to Baton Rouge and LSU; also about an hour away from the New Orleans metro area. Authentic Cajun hosts lives in a unique A-frame on the property and can point you to swamp tours and seafood markets. We are lifelong locals with lots of knowledge of the area! We can interact with you as much or as little as you’d like. We love to cook and often share Cajun meals with our guests!. Quiet neighborhood for bike riding and walking.
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Kickin' it in the Butte

2 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Henderson, LA
Hello Hipcampers! We have two full service RV hookup spaces, we rent our own RV for use on site and we also offer in our home a very comfortable bedroom with a private bath for those that may need those arrangements. The RV rental and guest room rental are listed in the extras area here on hipcamp, also see pictures. We have never had more than one Hipcamper Rental at a time at our site but I am making this available for those who may need. We are Scotty and Ginny and we are happy to meet you. Thank you for considering Kickin it in the Butte. Contact us anytime for more information, happy to oblige. Our location is in a camp style neighborhood with great neighbors, like you. Here you will get the rest and peace and quiet that you may need or our location can provide all the fun that you can handle. If you need one night or one week or longer we can work with you. Whatever it is that you need we are here to help you get what you want. We live on the Atchafalaya River Hwy. and our location is only 3.5 miles from I10 at Butte LaRose exit 121. Butte LaRose is located in the heart of Acadiana and in the heart of the Atchafalaya Basin, which is true cajun country. Hunting and fishing is the way of life, here. The Atchafalaya Basin is the nations largest river swamp containing almost one million acres of America's most significant bottom land hardwood swamps, bayous and backwater lakes. Many hummingbirds visit here every year. They arrive approximately mid March and leave mid October. There are also many festivals in a close range or take a swamp tour to see the alligators. Check out Turtles bar and restaurant on the levy or The Butte bar 1 mile away. Our Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival and Lafayette's Festival International are famous and near by. In Acadiana there are so many festivals, too many festivals to mention. Enjoy some good food like boudin, cracklings or crawfish. Local Attractions include McGee's Louisiana Swamp Tours, Atchafalaya Basin Landing Swamp Tours, Turtles Bar on the Levee, The Butte Bar, Pat's Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant and the Atchafalaya Club (cajun bands and dancing), Crawfish Town USA Restaurant, Louisiana Marketshops at the 115 (arts, crafts and gifts) and more. Take care and thank you for considering Kickin' it in the Butte. Contact us anytime. Laissez le bon temps rouler (Let the good times roll)
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Island Side Barbershop and RV Site

1 unit · Motorhome4 acres · Ventress, LA
Island Side Barbershop and RV Site is a Veteran owned business located in the peaceful town of Ventress, LA. There are many beautiful homes and historic land marks close by. A 3 minute drive takes you to False River with boat launch access. Only 8 minutes from downtown New Roads, LA. Or drive across the mighty Mississippi River via the Audobon Bridge only 15 minutes away.
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Old River RV Park

1 unit · Motorhome2 acres · Maurepas, LA
Our pet-friendly campground offers 20 full hook-up and big-rig-friendly back-in sites right on the Amite River, with 18 50-amp sites and two 30-amp sites. We also offer free Wi-Fi throughout the park, along with boat ramps and covered areas to share dinner while enjoying the sights and sounds of boaters and wildlife exploring the Amite River. Fish right from your site, take your boat down the river to Lake Maurepas, explore the history of Southern Louisiana, or simply take the day to relax with friends in one of the friendliest RV Parks in the area.
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Porter-Muse Farms

41 units · Motorhomes, Tents19 acres · Greensburg, LA
Learn more about this land: 19 acre property with grassing areas, lake fields and wooded forest. Lots of deer and other wildlife. 100 year old pine trees and hard wood forest ... limited space due to hurricane Ida damage.
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Caravan campsites near Luskentyre with campfires guide

Overview

Home to one of Scotland’s most beautiful beaches, the small settlement of Luskentyre is a major draw on the island of Lewis and Harris. Upon first glimpse of Luskentyre Sands, with its miles of dazzling white sand and stunning aquamarine water, you’d be forgiven for thinking yourself on a tropical island rather than the Outer Hebrides. Luskentyre lies along the Hebridean Way, a 156-mile (252-kilometer) walking or cycling route that traverses 10 islands, and the beach’s calm waters are also a good spot for kayaking and snorkeling. Campers can pitch a tent on the beach or stay in a historic blackhouse.

Where to go

Luskentyre Sands

The stunning white sands of Luskentyre’s beach offer the perfect setting for wild camping. The West Harris Trust, a community owned charity, also operates five camping sites in Luskentyre and nearby Shelibost that are suitable for tents, campervans and caravans. All sites are just a short stroll from the shore.

Horgabost

Around a 10-minute drive south down the coast from Luskentyre, Horgabost is another stunning white sand beach with crystal-clear turquoise water. Slightly more sheltered than Luskentyre, the beach looks over the Sound of Taransay and is the departure point for boat trips. By the beach, overlooking the offshore island of Taransay, Horgabost Campsite is a small and friendly site.

Lickisto

Turning east, you’ll find a remarkably different side to Lewis and Harris on the opposite coast, with a rugged, almost-lunar, landscape of rocky cliffs dotted with small coves and beaches. Perched above a sea loch, Lickisto Blackhouse Camping offers a unique experience with a range of options of offer, from grass and hardstanding pitches for tents and motorhomes, to glamping in a yurt with woodburning stove or staying in a restored 150-year-old blackhouse. 

When to go

For experiencing Luskentyre Sands in all its glorious, tropical glory, visiting in the summer months is highly recommended. You can take advantage of optimum weather and long daylight hours that stretch well past 10 p.m. July and August also bring the spectacle of wild flowers carpeting the grasslands, known as the machair, along the west coast, as well as many outdoor events. This is also peak season, so be sure to make reservations in advance.

Know before you go

  • Wild camping is legal in Scotland as long as you follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
  • Biting midges are a common summertime nuisance in the Scottish Highlands and islands. Don’t forget to pack repellant and long sleeves.
  • While it is possible to get around Lewis and Harris by public bus, having your own transportation allows far more flexibility.
  • There are a few small stores around Luskentyre, but Stornoway’s supermarkets are your best bet for stocking up on major groceries.

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