Alexandria Louisiana Campgrounds
14 RV Parks near Alexandria, Louisiana
Aug 2006 - $20.00
THIS CAMPGROUND IS CLOSED. THE OWNER SOLD THE PROPERTY FOR A NEW WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD. - walker1969
Feb 2004 - $25.00
This place is truly a dump. I am glad to hear that it is no longer a KOA. It was thrown out of the system because it is so bad. - campingrichard
Aug 2013 - $25.00
This is a new RV park. It is very clean and neat. There are restrooms and showers, but nothing else. The hook-ups were good and the sites were very wide and easy to access. Very quiet. Would stay here again if in the area. - RV Lover
Jun 2012 - $28.00
3 parking spots behind the Best Western. Okay for overnight stay. Water and 30 Amp (no 50). Walk to restaurants . You can use the pool and other facilities. Complimentary breakfast. All utilities will be at the rear. If parking lot is empty, no problem backing in. They do not accept reservations, so call ahead. - texpilot
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Very clean park in a very nice setting. Quiet. Owners were very friendly. Long back in sites and level. Gravel. Rural setting but close to town. - Catrinapdq
Oct 2017 - $30.00
A delightful little campground, immaculate restrooms, friendly owners. A definite stop next time we are in the area. - slowlane
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Paid for full amenities. The park location was great, fields of rolled hay, only 5 miles to our destination CenLa Rv center for warranty work. The restroom was closed for vandalism so we don't even know if they had a shower. The wifi (free) didn't work they said probably bad weather in vicinity but it only rained. The location was beautiful but cost should have reflected the lack of amenities. The host were young and only 3 years of ownership but very friendly. - Janiceanddennis
Feb 2018 - $30.00
Interesting park. You make your on line reservation, pay, and they send you a gate code and site number. When you pull up to the gate, which is closed, you enter your code and go to your site. The roads are gravel but the pads are absolutely flat and concrete. Power and water were fine. There is some highway noise though. So we had a good night sleep, got on our way, and never saw a human being for checkin etc. Personally, I think this is a great idea for overnight stops on major highways. I'd like to see more like this. - jOHNONTHEROAD
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here for a planned two nights. Seeing as it was in the middle of nowhere, changed it to a day but it suited us fine. We didn't unhook but if you don't have food and such, you'll need to unhook as there's nothing nearby (we had enough in-house). There seemed to be a long-termers here. The park is self-sustaining. There isn't an office. Upon making your reservation, you need to prepay for your stay and they'll send you a code to enter. They are opening a new Loves truck stop down the road so that will be good to fill up and stop for food. The sites are gravel and there are very few amenities but for an overnight stop it was very clean and very convenient. Things are a bit tight entering and exiting with a large motorhome so just take it slow. You won't be able to reach the keypad for the gate from your larger motorhome so have your navigator run out and run back in. Wifi password is located in the bathhouse - it won't be in your confirmation email. - Kamnel
Jun 2017 - $40.00
This is a fairly new park along I49. I called for a reservation. She took my information and emailed me my site number and gate code. When we got there, we entered the gate code and went straight to our site. When we left we received another email thanking us for staying with them. They do not give discounts or take Discover. The sites were long and level. Great utilities. Very clean park. - The Griffins
Dec 2017 - $10.00
We really enjoyed our to night stay in this lovely little gem of a spot. There are two small loops. The campground has sites that vary widely from very small sites to huge spacious ones. All but one are back in. The campground is located on a peninsula with the lake on three sides so you have this 'goes on forever' twisting turning drive in but it is well worth the drive. Our site was lovely, wide and easy in and out. Bathrooms were clean and showers had abundant hot water. There was a really nice playground for the kids. The campground hosts were both attentive and friendly but not intrusive. Electric and water hook ups at the sites were in like new condition. The road was not in as good shape and had some potholes and broken edges to the roadway. Many of the site have their own fishing piers. We really enjoyed a long long walk on the trails. The place is mixed evergreen cedars and deciduous trees. The only thing that bothered me is that it appears way over due for a controlled burn. Debris was waist deep in places off the trails and pine needle straw was often three inches thick under our feet. Give the layout with a single road in and out it could get very nasty in a forest fire. No surprise, all open fires were banned during our stay. - Judy Birchland
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Very nice campgrounds located around the Kincaid Lake forest area. Advisable to scout the area & secure a prime location early. 1st come 1st serve.
Very nice boat launch with a beach, picnic, barbecue area with a limited number of shaded canopy areas. The bathrooms at the boat dock are large & the lake beach areas are large.
Be advised numerous campsites are difficult to back a large rig, very limited number of pull thru sites, many require leveling the trailer & no sewer hookups.
Bathroom shower facilities within the campground are older, no security as this is a public facility. - JSRFrench
Sep 2014 - $15.00
This is a beautiful park that is very well maintained. The campsites have very long pads and are quite spacious. At the rear of each site, they had poured small gravel which made a really nice area to sit behind your camper. There was a grill, patio table, and fire ring at each site. The water had two faucets, one for your hose and another in case you needed it for something else so you don't have to unhook your hose. There was an excellent playground for children, very well maintained with what I think was a floor of ground rubber which made a very soft floor in case of falls. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, air conditioned, completely updated. Beautiful lake and paved roads throughout. Prices are $15 and $20 and they honor the America the Beautiful Discount card. - Travellite14
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Out of the way on Highway 28. But no golf carts riding around all day. Had an issue with the 50 amp service but the camp host repaired right away. Nothing fancy just a nice place to get away from the hustle. - Obrenn73
Oct 2016 - $10.00
We know to arrive & setup on a Monday or Tuesday in order to grab the best campsite or 1 of the best sites.
Normal camp site prices are $15 single & $20 double.
We are retired & use America the Beautiful Pass.
Campground will fill up on Friday.
Loop B has a nice rubberized playground for children.
Site 29 is a double site at the end of the B loop, extremely large & private surrounded by trees & an easy walk to the lake for fishing from a small pier or bank if you bring tall rubber boots.
On site 29 you will need to level your trailer tires 1 1/2" on the drivers side & to disconnect as the front will be 2 inches lower than the rear.
We lost service for 2 hours after a small storm due to a branch falling on power lines. Cleco did a very good job finding the problem & correcting it in a short time.
Electric box was good & well maintained.
Water pressure requires a reducer which is a common problem during an offseason week before a weekend.
Best bet is to bring a portable wheeled sewer container to take to the dump station as needed. Dump station is 1/2 mile distant.
This is a National Forest area so there is no accumulating & burning deadfalls from the forest. Bring your own bonfire wood.
Love the many walking & bicycle trails.
Do not expect any campsite to be perfectly level, there are no concrete pads but the camping area is solid, not even a motorhome will sink when it rains.
Safety is not a problem, we have camped at Kincaid over 20 times & have left for hours at a time to fish, boat across the lake to Tunks Cypress Inn restaurant or go into town. Never had any problems with thefts.
There is a live-in manager in both section A & section B & both are very nice but put up with zero problems such as loud all night parties, speeding, golf carts which are not street legal.
Small Garbage bins in front of every campsite & are picked up every day. - JSRFrench
Jun 2016 - $16.00
Campground run by the State of Louisiana Rapides Parrish Police Jury.
Stayed in the older section in the double space at the far end #12.
Excellent walking trails, fair small fishing pier down a hill.
Electric & water only but dumping station is on the way out or use a portable for extended stays.
Each section has a live-in Manager that cleans showers & rest rooms.
There is a boat launch 1/4 mile away, a lake beach swimming area & this is a forested type campground not a resort.
Because it is within a National Forest - you must bring in any bonfire wood & it is illegal to gather wood to burn in the provided fire ring.
No Wi-Fi available or cable TV - older State Campground. - JSRFrench
Feb 2018 - $22.00
We stayed one night at Indian Creek. It is a very peaceful and beautiful place. We had a site right on the water. The reason I rate this campground so low is because every site in the front loop was taken by what appeared to be people who use the place as a fish camp. Every single site had an RV with tents set up, boats parked, and a lot of miscellaneous stuff. On top of that, there were quite a few confederate flags being flown. The check in staff was neither friendly nor courteous. We've been fulltiming in our RV for over a year and this was the worst place we have ever stayed. - ZimmyGo
Jan 2018 - $22.00
This is a beautiful park. We came in January so the park was pretty empty, a few weekend campers and empty during the week. There is no sewer but two dump stations in the park. Bathrooms seem to be far away from the sites. There are many waterfront sites. We stayed at 54 with had water access as well as lots of land in the front of our RV with unobstructed view. We saw lots of deer on the road in and there is a nature trail around the park. As far as water views go, 100 & 95 would be my top picks. If you are camping with another RV, there are quite a few combined pull-thrus but if you got one solo and another camper reserved the other, it would be awkward as you are essentially in the same site. Roads are well maintained. We don't use satellite but I see lots of others with them out. AT&T and Verizon worked good, no boosters needed. - Nikkirk7
Aug 2017 - $54.00
We camped here in a premium single pull thru (two pull thru's back to back in an arced drive) which was perfect to camp with our friends. We were in spots 83 and 84. The view of the lake was thru the trees but no other campsites between us and the lake edge. It was wonderfully quiet and peaceful, even with showers each day. This campground is not a Louisiana State Park but part of Louisiana Department of Forestry, hence, lots and lots of trees. We had a large tree right next to our pad so there were many roots at ground level. Some slope to the area but not a big drop off. We were about 50 yards from the lake edge with a small playground area between us and the lake. Perfect for families with small children. We didn't have a tow vehicle but would have had room for one on our pad. Easy to get in and out of our spot, even in our 40' Class A MH. Only drawback was no sewer hookup. They do have two dump stations within the park though. - cjnexp
Sep 2011 - $25.00
I used map quest to locate this park and the directions took us about 13 miles south of their location. It was late evening and the manager was very happy to give us the correct location and guide us in. The park is small with many full timers in residence who are friendly. The sites are gravel and not level. They have a small laundry room. No shower and bathroom facilities. We stayed a week and have been back for overnights a couple times. There are small IGA's nearby, but major shopping is several miles away. If your looking for a quiet, friendly place just to get away, this is it. Also if you like cocktail hour, bring your own as this is another dry county. - kandid61
Jan 2011 - $25.00
We came to area to attend a funeral and went to 5 RV parks before finding Rolling Hills. This park is well managed, clean, spacious, and has free cable TV. No other park in the area had cable TV, nor did they feel safe. The manager and staff were so nice and helpful. Don't waste your time with other parks in the Alexandria area. - acampingwego
Oct 2009 - $30.00
We knew coming in that this place wasn't a "resort" by any stretch, but our fairly low expectations were not even met. We were just looking for a decent place to park for a few nights while visiting family in the area. Most of the park is occupied by transient workers living out of their trailers or rental units on the property, with only a couple of spaces for over nighters. Sites are gravel and close together with a narrow strip of grass between. No tables, fire pits, or shade. Our site had low water pressure (about 20 psi) and several active ant mounds on the gravel pad. The manager leveled the mound right outside our door and sprayed it with something, but they just resurfaced elsewhere. A pretty miserable place, fortunately we didn't spend much time there except to sleep. We won't be staying here again. - gtfiver
Aug 2012 - $20.00
It is on an Army National Guard rifle range. Shooting all day and all night. Long drive on back dirt roads to get there. 30 min to any civilization. No one camps here, one other camper living in another camper. Too high for primitive camping. - Bob Joe Pete