13 Parks near Albany, Louisiana
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Albany. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Albany in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $37.00
I noticed that they had a new sign, and that many of the monthly campers were cleaned up. The sites around the pool are now concrete. It is a work in progress because the park buildings, laundry room and bathrooms are still out of date. The improvements were not overwhelming, but a sign that this little park is heading in the right direction. I hope to see more progress on my next visit. - User2886
Apr 2014 - $30.00
This is not the worst in the world but it is trying. The roads not impassable but are rough and pot-holed. My electrical box was a thing to behold and fear. You are almost on the shoulder of the interstate and you think the 18 wheelers are coming through the window. Two good points, it has pull-through sites if you are done driving for the day and need a place to stop. Secondly, it’s close to Campingworld. - plove
Jan 2013 - $23.00
Great spot for us close to family in Hammond. Road going in is narrow as previously noted, but it is very lightly traveled. The entrance is tight but not a problem for careful drivers. The interior roads need a lot of work, many potholes filled with water on this visit. Place can get muddy when saturated by heavy rain as on our visit this time. Sewers are on septic system and our site had a problem, possibly caused by the recent frequent heavy rains. We had no problems on past visits. Our price is based on a weekly rate. We have used the park before but it is not really a "destination" park. - Grumpier99
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Planned to spend one night. Office was locked up with a contact number to call. No self registration or information on the sites. The nightly rate is just a guess. No one answered the phone or called back when I left a message. The restrooms were dark, lights were either burnt out or disconnected as the switches were on. The place was very run down and we just left. - normajean303
Dec 2015 - $40.00
Was OK to stay overnight, pricey if you don't have Good Sam. Check in was pleasant enough although they're doing some construction on the office. The pool was closed, so we didn't use that, but there was a nice dog run at the front we did use.
Site 1 - 23 are super close together - your electrical/water hookup are right next to the next site's picnic table. Site 46 - 57 are pond side and a bit nicer/roomier. It looked like there were quite a few long time residents but their sites were kept neat & tidy.
Site was perfectly level and the wifi worked well. It rained overnight and there was a lot of standing water when we left so that speaks to the level! The site itself was quiet but close to I-10 and Club Deluxe Rd is busy so a lot of traffic noise. - inetelle
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Nice site on front row, level. The park is being improved on a daily basis. Would recommend. - fairtaxmobile
Feb 2008 - $1.00
Advisory! The park website is closed. The KOA website no longer lists the Park. Telephone number gives a Fax signal. Conclusion is the park is no longer in existence - BbTrombone
Sep 2003 - $24.00
A very friendly staff that will work with you, very clean CG. Easy Access from/to I-55 or I-10. I stayed here 2 nights as a pre-stadging area for a Hurricane evacuation. They allowed me to stay an extra half day with out charging me, probably because they had sparse business and the oncoming hurricane. The interior roads and conrete pads are excellent. The lake is nice. Little shade but several new trees were planted. My site was along the road and quiet until a truck or car went by. Not much traffic but you will know it when one goes by. Across the street was an apartment house. - WPB
Jun 2016 - $33.00
This is a very rustic campground with lots of trees. The entry is down a long narrow road and we clipped the fence on the tight turn into the campground. The interior roads are all dirt and sand, and were tight for our 40 ft. motorhome. Our site was a grassy, sandy pull-through. Most of the sites have trailers on them although there were very few people here on a Sunday. There is wireless, but I wasn't able to connect with an iPhone, iPad, Kindle or laptop, just a spinning icon. Because of the trees there was no satellite reception, and they don't have cable. We were able to get about 5 antenna channels. I would try to find another place before staying here again although it was convenient to I-55. - RVerMJ
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Had a slight problem when we arrived. There was a miscommunication amonst employees and they had given our site away to another guest. They did accomodate us but we were put way out in the back 40 so to speak. This stop was just for 2 nights so we could go into New Orleans for the day. Utilities were placed decently and the Owner did help out with a minor problem that we had with the motorhome and fixed the problem while we were in New Orleans. Due to the fact that they were accommodating, we would probably stop again, but this campground is really not for a "big" rig. Our 39' pulling a car had problems negotiating some roads getting to the campground as it is out of the way down back country roads. - hound4
Jul 2014 - $39.00
Myself and other family members have stayed away from this campground for 9 years , because of the previous hateful/rude/foul mouth owners. New people bought the campground a year ago and are great!! They seem pretty laid back as we are. There were no special activities going on due to them recouping from the 4th of July weekend activities. Very understandable, its a lot on them. we will catch them next time. we had site 171. pretty good site. Wi-Fi only worked good out side our camper. the creek was fun and we will go back again. the new owners were very easy to talk to, unlike the ones before. we are very pleased with our stay. we are planning another trip in the near future. - lovegun
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This is still our favorite state park in our home state of Louisiana. We've been several times with our old camper but this stay was our first in the new camper and first in 6 years. Nothing much has changed and in my opinion, it would be a perfect 10 rating if the sites had sewer. On this visit, the water level was very low - no canoe rentals - but we still walked the numerous trails and saw plenty wildlife. The splash pad is packed on weekends and thus feels too small, would be better during the week I'm sure. If you like typical wooded campgrounds with trails and other things for kids, you'll love Tickfaw. One of La's gems for sure.
(note: our site 23, while good did have our door to the camper near the concrete drop-off and we have a 31'. Also, if your water hookup is near the front of your unit like ours, bring long hose. I had to go to Walmart for add'l hose. Hookup is way in the back of the site by the elec) - MOUCHIE
Sep 2015 - $22.00
Very kid friendly park. Summer and weekends kids everywhere enjoying themselves. Nice people to talk to. They have primitive camping that is not used alot that is very nice and private. - Aretus45
Jul 2015 - $22.00
We enjoyed our stay at Tickfaw State Park. There is a small water playground for the younger kids. There are numerous trails, but most of them are for hiking only, no bicycles are allowed on the trails that have boardwalks. This campground had a wonderful nature center. My kids enjoyed seeing all of the creatures, live and stuffed, and enjoyed all of the hands-on activities. I did encounter an employee in the center who treated my question as though it was a stupid question. I was disappointed in his treatment, and hope that all employees are not that discouraging of questions. We loved hiking the beautiful boardwalk trails. We stayed in campsite 2, in the full sun. There was a stump from a recently-downed tree very near our fire pit, and we did have to ask the host to come tend to weeds/grass around it before we felt comfortable lighting the fire. They were very quick to take care of the matter. - RVingw4kids
Dec 2016 - $42.00
Thankfully we called ahead earlier in the day, as it appeared that we had the last open campsite when we arrived after sunset. The campground was really packed. We fit ok in our pull-through site but didn't have a lot of room left over. The utilities were convenient for our quick visit. We pulled out before sunrise, so didn't get a very good look around. However, it was a convenient stop and we would stay there again. - Bernalillo_Girl
Nov 2016 - $34.00
42' 5er. Easy in and out. Back in sight. Truck and Trailer barely fit side by side. Pull thru's larger, but none available. Stocked pond-small lake. Nice camping store. Nice park with lots of rules, but very clean and safe. Road noise on outer sites all night long. - On the way
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Always a nice park to stop at on our travels. Friendly staff. Soft serve ice cream in the office, spacious sites, nice views of the lake, excellent utilities. - Sea Shells
Jun 2016 - $28.00
One side of the park is for permanents and the other side is for RVers. The grass was mowed, but the roads are narrow, very bumpy, and very dusty. I was told the 50 amp sites were "over there" and to pick a site. I like being able to pick my site - I was the only one there! However, every site I looked at just had an open, 30 amp outlet tacked to a post. I called the office, thinking that I must have misunderstood, and asked that someone come out to point me to a 50 amp site, but no one came. Finally, I found what appeared to be the one and only 50 amp (uncovered) outlet tacked to a telephone pole with several other (uncovered) 30 amp outlets. Although I was the only person in the park, they appeared to be too busy watching TV to provide any help. I definitely would NOT stay here again. I am sorry I stopped in and interrupted their TV show. I am also sorry the minimum rating for me to give is one star. - Cookie49
Apr 2016 - $20.00
The park is clean and well maintained. The pads are grass with no tables nor fire pits, though there were a number of tables chained to a tree. The attendant was very accommodating. Located on a small lake off the Tangipaoa River. Many facilities, including fish, swimming pool and pavilion. We only used the facility for an over nite stay, but would certainly consider it for a few days if opportunity permitted. - Rol and Nancy
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Health Department must never visit as many Sewer connections had no cap on them. Fires are allowed, but no fire rings. People just built a fire where ever they wanted and then leave with hot embers in their fire. 50 amp sites are limited and Office Staff didn't know which were 50 and which weren't. Some sites can be used as pull-thurs, but clearance under the electric wires is limited. We would have pulled down the wires if we had tried. Okay for an over-night stop, but wouldn't stay any longer. - Michelle & Ann
Jan 2017 - $10.00
This place is really run down, garbage strewn about especially on the exit road, the utilities were in mud and water. We checked in and after that never saw a resort employee. The water was abruptly shut off for several hours, never did find out why. We were told that WIFI was available for free in the camping area....could not even get a signal. We were there for several days and on the last couple of nights we had a loud group of drunks next to us they played loud music and partied until 2 AM very inconsiderate folks. The posted "quite time" is 10 PM. This park is run down and apparently the owners are not improving it. We also woke up to gunshots on 3 of the mornings must be a shooting range nearby.. We won't return. - rjsupersonic
Oct 2016 - $79.00
Stayed there on a weekend night when there was a LSU football game, so the rates were a bit higher, hence the value rating.
The campgrounds had been recently flooded during the heavy rains so there was a bit of residual damage.
Well stocked store, everything you might need for your camper.
Washrooms were a bit old but clean. - David34
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This is a park intended to engage young children but the park needs lots of attention to bring it to the level to provide attractions for children. Many of the attractions were closed and not functioning. The park itself needed lots of attention also. It appears as though it may be under a change of management. A full timer who lives here for extended periods of time indicated that the park has been in much better condition in the past. Our campsite was a long pull thru that accommodated my 40' Class A with my 18' trailer still attached. Sites are gravel with a little grass surround and a small concrete patio with table.
While we were there, the area experienced more rain than normal for this time of the year causing flooding of near by Hammond and causing the Tangipahoa River to exceed its bank by 15 feet. All of that extra water from the Tangipahoa River drained into the park causing some flooding in the park. Our campsite was just above water for several days until the water in the park drained back into the Tangipahoa River. We survived our first ever park flooding. It was not a park issue since Mother Nature created the flooding conditions with the continuous rain that had no where to go once all of the rivers flooded!! I have since camped at other Yogi Bear Jellystone parks and this one is in need of lots of TLC to bring it back up to the same level of other theme parks. Not likely that I would stay here again. I stayed primarily because it is a Coast to Coast affiliate park. The fees are already paid through my Coast to Coast membership, so the fee indicated in the nightly rate does not reflect public fees. - kihei7
Jan 2017 - $45.00
Everything was perfect from start to finish here. Easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ Fifth wheel. Beautiful facility, quiet at night, and friendly staff. This is one of the few places we have ever stayed at that truly deserves to be called a resort. We would definitely return. - Snidely Whiplash
Nov 2016 - $50.00
Stayed 5 days in a 44' MH. FHU everything worked well. Sites cement pads, level. This is a new park with lots for kids to do and they were everwhere during the weekend. On weekdays very quite. We enjoyed it. Went to NO for a few days. We will come back here. - Banker bill
Sep 2016 - $66.00
We stopped here for a weekday overnight. I enjoyed the check in spaces designed for long RVs where we unhitched the car. The wide, concrete sites with convenient hookups are what we expected from a first-class resort like this. Perimeter sites have some shade. Sites in the middle are open and sunny. Our pull-thru site was a bit unlevel, but most sites appeared to be more level than ours. In any case, we didn't require boards. The pool gates were all locked upon our mid-afternoon arrival, but several staff members were roaming around. When I asked, the gates were immediately opened, and we enjoyed the pool for several hours, as did two other couples. (I'm really looking forward to returning to enjoy the lazy river.) It is obvious they had well into five figures of treated lumber invested in the well-equipped playground. I hope they eventually replace the sand with the synthetic material you find in most modern playgrounds, though. That sand makes a mess tracking into your RV. It would be really nice if they had consistent pool hours on the weekdays for those of us traveling Monday-Friday. It does appear that the vast majority of their business is weekend-related camping, likely local; they seem to really gear themselves toward that. We took the opportunity to catch up on some laundry in their facility, which also features private bathrooms / showers. Unfortunately, we had to drive down the road to get change because the change machine was locked inside the game room. (Although we were within the posted game room hours, it was locked.) I liked the gated security at night, but am not a fan of the 'blow out your tire strip' upon exit. I always worry about what would happen should you approach one of these at a slight angle. In summary, my recommendations for this already great park are (1) have consistent hours for the amenities and follow them, regardless of how busy (or not) the park is, and (2) do something about the sand in the playground. We really enjoyed our overnight here and will definitely stop again. - dad2aprincess
Apr 2015 - $19.00
This is a horse ranch w/amenities. Pull thru level, hard packed site. FHU w/50A. Very peaceful, country setting. GPS took us right to it.
We stayed 2 nights and they honored both nights with PA discount.
We would stay again and ride the horses again. We were in a motor home. - D Curf
Mar 2015 - $44.00
Other than being a bit overpriced and not having the correct size sewer hookups on some sites, this place is very nice. Very gracious hostess that will lead you to your site. They have karaoke and horse back riding. We were in motorhome and had no problem getting in an out. Very peaceful and quiet at night. We really enjoyed our stay and will be back for sure. - BryanK.
Apr 2014 - $47.00
Upon arrival you will check in at the sparsely supplied camp store. The staff is very friendly and helpful in getting your RV to its spot. Most of the sites are grass or dirt, and unlevel. There are plenty of activities throughout the day, including horseback riding, swimming, fishing, and arts and crafts. The bath houses and pools are clean.
Dust is an issue here as there are no paved roads. The staff did water the road down one afternoon, which helped some.
It is somewhat expensive considering what other campgrounds offer for less money. However, my 4 year old granddaughter had a great time. - DSLACamper