Very enjoyable for enjoying nature. Additional vehicles must be approved by management. We would probably not stay here again. We paid using the envelope method left at the front office and found our assigned site. Picnic tables and fire rings at some sites.
Great shade and nice natural setting with stream running adjacent to campground. We missed entrance sign but found day use parking lot to turn around. Community reviews and ratings provide you with up to date information and help you select the best camp site for your next camping trip. We give you a simple, map based search engine to find free and cheap camping areas. Check our Hot Deals section periodically, never know when we may post another special offer.
The staff is very helpful and can give you some tips on things to see and do. Several man-made small lakes with back-ins surrounding the banks, but they do have a few pull through. We believe that free camping areas are often the most beautiful and peaceful camp sites. We are community driven, and while we will be adding many free camping spots, we hope that you will add some of your favorite camping places as well. We are not actively seeking Wal-Marts, truckstops or other parking lots and will not be adding very many of these. Did not use restroom facilities so no comment on them.
Some sites are short and uneven appearing. Great Wi-Fi close to the office, and just off highway 90 and 83 interchanges. This space makes for a great meetup spot for large events or as a home base for exploring Lafayette and the surrounding areas. No sewer but a dump station is provided. This is our second stay here and will certainly stay again. Roads in the park are paved and narrow. There is a little educational center, but we didn't have time to check it out.
We did miss Wi-Fi but the cost was fine. Each campsite is wooded and has a picnic table, car parking, and an open fireplace. There was also some kind of cook off going on and the area where that was held was a mess. That said, the city sits a mere 36 feet above sea level but is not prone to flooding. The good, there were dog waste stations and the live band ended by 10pm.
There are two swimming pools, a lake, outdoor games, playgrounds, a miniature golf course and a full game room. If we'd been assigned one of the 'bad' ones, we would probably have just left instead of trying to back in. If a third or fourth extra adult will be camping with you on the campsite for the entirety of your camping reservation, please indicate the third and fourth adults on the online reservation. We camped at Acadiana Park Campground in a Travel Trailer. We saw a raccoon being a little overly friendly. We camped at Acadiana Park Campground in a Fifth Wheel. Please do not leave children unattended.
You can catch an Uber, bike or walk to downtown in a very short amount of time from Acadiana Park Campground. This is a rucstic city owned park in the woods. Martinville and Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site. Recently relocated to lake front and upgraded outdoor areas. This cultural mixture of French Canadian, Native American and European peoples is what makes Lafayette such a fascinating place to visit today. For our tastes the campground lights are too bright and too close.
We would come back again. Please come back and let us know what you find! The park is located about 12 miles off of I-10 on some of the roughest roads we have traveled on in Louisiana. A good place to overnight. A stay at Lake Fausse Pointe State Park will be remembered as an introduction to the remarkable diversity of South Louisiana. Tennis courts kids playground and more! Do not use dump station. I would definitely come back.
Business development tools, forms and other tools to encourage your campers to post and promote your park. As other reviewers mention, bring electrical and water hose extensions in case you get a site with oddly placed utilities. We offer special group rates and amenities. We needed an overnight stop in the area and this park looked promising. Small pool very clean, the I-10 is nearby but no noticeable noise.
The ever-present palmetto plants, for which the park is named, are echoed in many of the architectural elements around the park; so pack a picnic and have a scavenger hunt for them all! There are games, like horseshoes, to play and a pavilion to hold gatherings. The ranger will collect in the a. Plus, the roads are all paved, and the pads are concrete and level. This trip we were on our way to Florida and also have return reservations. Whether you just need to know where to camp nearby or you want to plan a free camping road trip, we've got you covered.