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Last campground between Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Has easy access/right off interstate...thus a bit noisy, BUT once in, the noise is NOT bad. Treed/ grassed. Beautiful setting. Very clean. Fenced dog area. Police car patrols this gated park. Web site nicely defines amenities. We stayed just the night and it was perfect. Good Wi-Fi and antenna TV reception. Yes, we would stay again. Gave it a 9 due to interstate noise, but a "10" for access because it saves you gas and time! Walmart across the street.

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So glad we found it as their callback came after we were already hooked up. The campground sign is big but faded...at 45 mph (outskirts of town) we did a U-turn as had passed it. Set off the road on private homestead, just a gem. Note, this is the ONLY campground north of Burlington CO south of Julesburg. Burlington's campground was a deserted inner city campsite! Good Wi-Fi signal; good antenna TV reception. The owners might want to post a sign in bathrooms or tell people at check in that the bathroom/ shower door knob is a twist lock. Had never encountered one before; not rocket science to figure out; did so after my shower!! Would come again. Very friendly place; long term oil workers, but overnight spaces were available. Dog liked it too.