Glamping takes the fuss out of camping in Louisiana.
Whether you want to kayak and paddleboard through bayous under canopies of cypress trees in Lake Fausse Pointe State Park; cast a line into crystal-clear water and fish for speckled trout in Grand Isle State Park; pedal mountain bike trails in Bogue Chitto State Park; or enjoy all of the big city fun of New Orleans, you’ll never be far from a glamping site in Louisiana. There are countless ways to enjoy the Pelican’s State’s diverse wonders, and there are a few ways to sleep, too. Thanks to the availability of hassle-free glamping sites, where you can leave the logistics to someone else, outdoor lovers don’t have to choose between getting close to nature and enjoying creature comforts. From safari-style canvas tents in the forest to lakeside cozy cabins, top-notch amenities typically include beds and showers, and both heaters and fans so that you can stay all year-round.
In Louisiana, glamping is a type of outdoor stay combining camping's nature setting with the luxury and convenience of comforts like beds, warm showers, or electricity. When glamping in Louisiana, there's no need to bring your own tent—instead, glampers may stay the night in a cabin, a vintage Airstream, a canvas bell tent, a yurt, or even a treehouse.