13 Parks near Chackbay, Louisiana
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Chackbay. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Chackbay in the left hand column.
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We chose Poche due to closeness to River Road and the plantations.
Must say it is unique. Do not expect a KOA or a state park. You will find a swimming pool and a hot tub, large bathrooms, and a community room with a fully equipped kitchen.
I must say, Thank you for a beautiful spot to park the last four days. Your crew is outstanding, friendly, and helpful. Extremely quiet park for all the tenants you have. Wendy was great and very knowledgeable about the town.
It is hard to get in touch with the park. A brochure would be helpful, also.
Hope to visit again. Good luck on the upcoming art festival. And, looking forward to Uncle Larry's cafe. Great jambalaya!!! - jagarraway
Sep 2015 - $40.00
If you are looking for beautiful grounds, clean restrooms & shower house,great people, pleasant surroundings, nice level concrete pads,& piece Of mind look no more this is the place to visit. Just the smell of fresh green cut grass,the kind you love to watch your kids play on & run across.
We really enjoyed Our stay and cannot wait to try the awesome restaurant that we kept hearing about. Which will be open when we return for the Arts & Crafts Festival on October 24th & 25th 2015. - Saucy family
Aug 2015 - $40.00
If you believe the hype of their website, you'll be truly disappointed. We were. This campground is on a plantation, but don't expect a whole lot. There are some glorious plantations in the area, but his isn't one of them. Yes, our site was a concrete pad, but when we arrived, it was covered with mud and debris from the previous occupant, who had left 4 days earlier. We were told that someone was supposed to have cleaned it up. My wife spent 45 minutes sweeping the pad, before the rains came and turned our concrete pad into a pad of mud. Once we set up and put our awning out, our 'patios' was two feet from our neighbors sewer hole, and it was not a pleasant area to enjoy coffee or a drink. No picnic tables were available. (There wouldn't have been any room, anyway.) When we asked the manager about restaurants or destinations, she was totally clueless and told us she'd only been there for a couple of months. Apparently, most of the campers work in the area and those that we met were very nice. It was very quiet in the CG since these guys go to work very early and come home late, very tired. I would not return to the "Resort", ever again. Very, very disappointed. If you feel you need to stay here, I'd recommend the gravel/grass section, but not the concrete pads. The grassy area seems to give rigs a bit more room. - Gus the Fireant
Apr 2014 - $13.00
We actually lived there for a while and the price of $375 a month was not bad. The park itself has very little to offer as it geared toward workers and students rather than vacationers. The park is very well maintained by the workers and the bathroom and shower is always clean. That was the good, now comes the bad. The park owner is never there and leaves all runnings and decisions to the manager who tends to abuse his powers as manager. There is a sense that priority is given to the habitat folks that come in from time to time over those who stay there on a more permanent basis. Park manager does very little in or around the park to deserve his paycheck. He also tends to give out false information about himself and the park. Most notably, cable is supposed to be included but in our time there there was no cable to be had at all. Overall, the park is nice, the tenants and workers are good, but the park manager just brings it down. Ultimately we chose to leave because we could not handle his antics any more. Would i recommend this park? At this point no or only if you stay a couple of days. - ramper
Jan 2013 - $8.00
This park is used mainly by students and workers. It is clean and maintained. Our rate was the Habitat for Humanity rate as we were here for a build in the area. Apparently the regular rate is 25 a night. We would not stay here at that rate as it is right beside the railway tracks and the trains are often and there is nothing special about this park. - Rib
Jun 2014 - $32.00
Owner has two parks on Rt. 44 along the river, Pouche and Sugar Hill. Pouche was full so I was directed to Sugar Hill. These two parks are about the only option if you want to tour the Plantations in the area. This park was a former FEMA park and is quite large. Wide open area with many folks living in their rigs full time. Many sites are grass and might be hard to back into due to narrow culverts over drainage ditches running full length of both roads. I ended up in a concrete pull through that I had to back into due to narrow drives. Utilities were fine and park was fairly neat. This is not a resort type park that you would want to stay in for a long period of time but worked fine for the plantation tours. Highway 44 parallels the river and is narrow and curvy. Good access to the one river bridge and Interstate 10. - Lynn Wagoner
Dec 2012 - $40.00
Sugar Hill RV Park, is a sister park to Poche Plantation & RV Park. It is located outside of Gonzales, which is basically in between the State's capital: Baton Rouge and the beautiful city of New Orleans. It is a neat, clean and very friendly park right along the Mississippi River. It is a definite stay if visiting in the area!! - Alice Henderson
Jan 2003 - $25.00
I lived here in my 28 ft 5'er for 14 months while my house was built. It is a mobile home community but rents lot space to RV's for 1 month or longer. They also have a spot for nightly visits. The nightly area can handle about 20 RV's, back in only. It's one big concrete pad (no shade) and if they are full, you will be very close together. I've seen 40 foot 5'ers in here and Class A's as well. The management is very friendly. Their hours are something like 9 am - 4 pm M-F. I think the handy man lives here because he is always here, even on weekends. They will work with you. Make sure you give them a call before you arrive, as they don't want you taking a space they have reserved for others. The park is well managed and they don't put up with any crap. In the time I was here 3 Mobile home owners were ejected. (Home and people.) The common lawns are maintained by the staff and usually well kept. Each resident is responsible for their own yards. The park is quiet from around 11 pm till about 6 am. This is the best park (of 2) in the city of Houma. The only drawbacks: there is a shipyard behind the park and sometimes they do work through the night so there can be a lot of noise. It can be tolerated, but if the wind is blowing in over the shipyard while they are sandblasting, be ready to wash everything you own. In 14 months, this happened about 4 times. Despite the probation and parole board officers visiting several of the mobile homes on a weekly basis, I never felt in any danger. 99% of the residents are friendly, and like I said, the management does not put up with any crap. If you need to camp in Houma you might want to consider it. - WPB
Nov 2016 - $15.00
The RV park, as noted by others, is about a quarter of a mile in the back of the mobile home park which looks like barracks stretched out on each side of the road. The RV park however, looks nothing like the mobile home area. It is filled with trees with moss hanging down and it is a loop situated along a river with a boat ramp. The sites are spacious but the roads seem tight for a large unit --mine is only 24 ft--but I did see big rigs in there. Only plugged in and would have had a problem if I needed the sewer as it was on the wrong end. There are burls that apparently are part of the root system of the trees--they made walking around the campsite a bit tricky--had to pay attention. It was very quiet and pleasant--a good place to stop on my way to the bayou after leaving New Orleans. - nanzhere
Mar 2014 - $40.00
Park is found at the end of a trailer park which is a bit odd. The camper site looks good, lots of shade and water access. The water is access is used by the general public though so that can be quite annoying. Overall it was okay, not the best but still good. Park staff was very nice and helpful unlike others we have been at. - ramper
Feb 2013 - $27.00
First the good: shady sites with nice trees, friendly staff, and clean. Now the not so good: water treatment plant noise ruins any peace and quiet kept us awake. A 1/2 mile road through a mobile home park with too many speed bumps that our car dragged on. The shower is smaller then the one in the RV. The cable didn't work. Wouldn't stay here again. - Brian & Corky
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Worst place I have stayed at. Electricity turns off twice a day and water smells like it comes from the sewer system. Manager rude. Rather stay at a landfill then go back there again. - Smo
May 2015 - $25.00
It's several acres of gravel and full hookups, no more and no less, closer than other campgrounds to plantations such as Laura and Oak Alley. About 25% of of the 100+ sites are occupied by unoffensive long-term construction workers on gigantic nearby projects, such as the largest ammonia plant in North America. Most of the other spaces were vacant when we were there. A half-dozen sites are pull-throughs but you could back an 18-wheeler into most of the other ones. Showers and a laundry are at the center but that's it: no playgrounds, stocked ponds, 24-hour security, hot tubs, etc. Laura Plantation (13 miles away) had guides who gave the best balance of architecture and (somewhat gruesome) history, complete with the owners' suites and ads for fugitive slaves. Our guide provided an excellent explanation of how the slave system worked, complete with a person's status being determined by who's your mother (rather than your possibly philandering father). Didn't visit Oak Alley but it seemed to be a fabulous wedding site. - Mtmoi
Apr 2015 - $15.00
This park is right below the Sunshine Bridge. Easy in and out. I stayed here while working in the area. Many guests here are traveling workers at local plants.
Park is very basic but nice. Basically a large gravel parking lot with full hook ups. I stayed here 7 weeks. I will return for work and probably stay here again. Was the cleanest of any on this side of the bridge. - Camping Somewhere
Jan 2010 - $25.00
This is the best RV park I have ever stayed in. The owners are friendly and have park cookouts weekly. The bathhouse/cookhouse was clean. They have washers and dryers, free wireless internet, free cable, concrete pads, and full hookups. - angie miller
Mar 2016 - $18.00
This is a small park with full hookups but no facilities other than a laundry room. The site pad was concrete, driveways are gravel and dirt, with plenty of potholes. But, on the plus side, it a very pleasant spot with a large open space and a huge tiger oak tree draped with Spanish moss. There is a small pond that we were told is well stocked with fish and is visited daily by four ducks. The management was very friendly and helpful. If you're looking for a quiet and low key place, this is it. We paid a weekly rate of $125. - Coopsecondact
Nov 2011 - $40.00
Beautiful, large park which is pet and family friendly. Concrete slabs for the campers as well. Well stocked pond with bass, brim. New washers and driers. Wi-Fi is great. Large pastures for the dogs and children to play. A rural setting but close to Houma and shopping. Also close to New Orleans, Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Nice, friendly owner. - traveler1111
Sep 2010 - $40.00
It is a nice small campground. The Trailers parked around large pond and ducks add to the amusement. We enjoyed the cement slabs and having a patio. There are no trees to provide shade and it gets very hot in the summer months. There is a small laundry facility, but enough as it is a small quiet park. It is very comfortable sitting in the air conditioned area of the laundry. I enjoyed sitting in there reading while clothes were being cleaned. The sites are nice sized and the staff is very helpful and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. - Jiggles
Nov 2012 - $10.00
Fee central is the first thing that comes to mind in writing this review. They are as follows: Mandatory $2 a night for cable even if you don’t use it, $5 a night per device for Tengo Internet, $5 per night for pull-through site, $5 per night for 50 amp, plus tax over 10%. We were notified only of the cable fee upon calling to verify availability and our other questions, something we do prior to making any reservations. Upon arrival we were notified of the other fees. We stayed one night. The rate posted was for one night, without all of the fees as we opted out of everything minus the mandatory cable fee. Park is very dated. Club house, restrooms, laundry facilities and office are all in need of repair. The only positive was the outdoor swimming pool. Fishing was in scum filled ponds, at least those you could reach. To say there were “a lot” of permanent residences would put it mildly. It seems that is what keeps this park open. The staff we had contact with seemed nice although not very helpful. - Full-Timer RV'er
Nov 2009 - $32.00
This Campground could be real nice if it wasn't for the management. They change rules as they go along. If you lay down the money to join, you still have no say so on any of their rules. When we camped their were some real nice people that are snow birds and they were giving a rule change, even though they had a signed contract. The park is getting run down due to the owners miss manageing the money. If the right owners were to take over , it could be a nice campground. The present owners are not nice to deal with at all. - Ricky Giroir
Sep 2009 - $30.00
There were pull-thrus available, but we were told they were only for members. It had rained prior to our arrival, and it was muddy. The first spot we were given was extremely muddy, and we were afraid we would stick the RV. We were ready to move on, but they found another site which was much better. We stayed four days and the campground was about half full. We could have had a much nicer site, and I still do not understand their policies on assigning sites. The park was mostly for members, and very few RV's were there that were not semi-permanent. Their facilities were very nice and clean. All of the sites were grass, and somewhat level. Probably would not stay there again if I had another option. While we were there we discovered there were several other RV parks in the near vicinity. - Okie Traveler
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is a cash only site. I called late to make sure of a vacancy and was greeted by help at manager's office upon my arrival. The sites were back-in and I received aid in doing so. The interesting thing was I had to park off the concrete pad onto the gravel, I suppose, because another trailer was a slide out that took too much room. There was a laundromat and dog walking area, complete with poop bags. A grocery store was nearby, actually closer than Google led me to believe. I would stay there again. - Mhlangford