Find Your Camping Style in Louisiana's State Parks
It's always the perfect time to get outdoors in Louisiana!
Find your camping style in Louisiana's state parks!
Our state parks are great for day trips, but you must consider taking advantage of the many overnight options on offer as well. Whether you prefer camping on wheels, by tent or in cabins, Louisiana has the perfect choice for you to enjoy our Sportsman’s Paradise!
If you are driving in your own accommodations, you can take your pick of almost any state park. Favorite parks among RVers are Fairview-Riverside State Park on Louisiana’s Northshore, a quiet retreat 45 minutes from New Orleans, and Lake Claiborne State Park up north between Shreveport and Monroe with all its fun water activities, including fishing its well-stocked freshwater lake. Chicot State Park situates you in the middle of the state so you can hub-and-spoke out to any of your favorite cities. Additionally, the Louisiana State Arboretum next door offers walking trails, nature programs and children’s activities.
Tent camping, like real estate, is all location, location, location. South Toledo Bend State Park on Louisiana’s western border has five tent camping spots on a bluff overlooking the Toledo Bend Reservoir, a picturesque body of water nationally renowned for its bass fishing.
If fully-appointed cabins are closer to your idea of roughing it, check out Poverty Point State Park in the northeast corner of Louisiana. Poverty Point’s over-water cabins definitely qualify as Instagram-worthy, as does the adjacent UNESCO World Heritage site.
Look to LAStateParks.com for more information or to book your stay at any of the state’s beautiful properties. Remember, whatever accommodations you choose, you’ll enjoy the storied outdoors of the Bayou State, and you’ll never be far from the cuisine, music and culture that make Louisiana one of America’s unique and exciting treasures.