Cabins near Shreveport

Lakes and piney forests pave the way for a unique camping trip near Shreveport.

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Hatchery Cabin

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Bossier City, LA
For over 3 years we have built up the homestead to host family, friends and guest. Check out all our extras we offer. 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.
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Southern Heritage Farms

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents300 acres · Eastwood, LA
farming hunting fishing camping and special event space with a full catering kitchen. we have space for your horses and dogs.
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Free Range Humanity Project

20 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents69 acres · Plain Dealing, LA
69 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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Lazyhaul lumber and camping 🏕

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Uncertain, TX
This property was once part of large plantation . The confederate states payment made to Capitan Eldredge for services rendered. Rumor has it he spent more time on the river boats out Jefferson Texas then running the plantation.Learn more about this land:100 acres of east Texas timber. Flowing creeks wild life viewing from multiple blinds and feeders. Trails for walking or biking. Short drive to historic Jefferson Texas And Cado lake and Big Bayou
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Dee Dee's B&B

3 sites · LodgingKeatchie, LA
I 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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Camp Allen Brightstar Camping

1 site · Lodging250 acres · AR
Cushioned in the heart of timber country in SW Arkansas is where Camp Allen is nestled. You will wind down a pine canopy back woods road to find us. Reading a map and following directions is a skill required upon entry as cell signals glitch out in these woods. This journey will delight the adventures spirits seeking the road less traveled. Camp Allen is approximately 250acres. There is a private 15acre lake stocked with Bass & Perch on the grounds as well as hiking trails. Camp Allen is the perfect place to commune with nature and be inspired by Gods creation. Enjoy bird watching, star gazing, fishing, hiking, and the sights & sounds of the wild.
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Cabins near Shreveport guide

Overview

Tucked about 20 miles from Texas, Shreveport is a camper’s playground full of hiking. wildlife, and water-filled adventures. Canoeing, kayaking, and fishing on Cross Lake is available year-round, as well as access to nearby trails for hiking and biking at Red River Wildlife Refuge. Heading east of Shreveport, state parks and pristine lakes await at Jimmie Davis State Park. Here, Caney Lake’s clear waters are surrounded by mixed pine and hardwood trees. Or spend the night lakeside at Lake D’Arbonne State Park or Lake Bistineau State Park. For a cross-border adventure, Sabine National Forest sits just across Pendleton Bridge in Texas and features the country’s fifth-largest man-made reservoir—Toledo Bend Reservoir. Campsites, cabin rentals, RV parks, and glamping getaways are abundant in any of the natural areas near Shreveport.

Where to go

Caney Lake Jimmie Davis State Park

A pine-tree filled peninsula around Caney Lake creates the landscape of Jimmie Davis State Park. About 95 miles east of Shreveport, Jimmie Davis SP features freshwater fishing, hiking, biking, and water sports. Cabin rentals, group camping, tent camping, and RV camping with full hookups can be found throughout the park near playgrounds and dining halls. On-site campgrounds serve as a great starting point for cyclists hoping to ride through the North Louisiana hills, while fishers and paddlers have access to two boat launches and a fishing pier near the swimming beach.

Lake D’Arbonne State Park

Fishing, forests, and rolling hills surround a 15,250-acre lake at Lake D’Arbonne State Park. Known for its five fishing piers, boat launch, and biodiversity, the park also provides scenic trails, swimming pools, and birdwatching. Trek along the 2.3-mile Lake D'Arbonne Woodland and Cypress Bend Trail while spotting Louisiana birds. Then rest weary feet at on-site campsites that have water and electrical hookups. Or splurge for seven premium campsites in prime locations. Cabin rentals are also available and offer basic cookware, utensils, towels and linens, or bring the party with large group camping featuring a dining hall/kitchen and two dorms for up to 52 people.

Sabine National Forest

Head south of Shreveport across Pendleton Bridge to Sabine National Forest. With 160,656-acres of pine trees on the western slopes of Sabine River, the forest offers fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking with nearby camping and picnic areas. Campers can find everything nearby the forest from private fish camps with marinas to pet-friendly lodge and cabin rentals with wifi. Developed campgrounds on-site include a grill, picnic table, parking space, and tent pad, as well as a sewage dump and electrical hookups at Red Hills Lake and Boles Field.

When to go

While camping in Shreveport is a year-round activity, heat and humidity in summer can be extreme. July and August often see temperatures above 90°F. Winter temperatures do get cold—January lows are around 35°F. However, most campgrounds stay open in the off-seasons as does access to winter hiking trails.

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