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3 RV Parks near Clinton, Louisiana
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Clinton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Clinton in the left hand column.
Jan 2016 - $33.00
Sites are not level, neighbors are extremely close and fight very loudly day and night. We didn't even get a picnic table at our site. They also burn piles of leaves right in the road which creates a lot of unpleasant smoke (not to mention weird and dangerous). There's almost nothing to do in the area, no trails to walk, very limited restaurants, grocery stores, etc. The lady manager is Very rude to boot. Spend your money elsewhere. - Hana_Rose
Nov 2015 - $30.00
First, I'm not a high class camper. We don't stay at resorts or concrete jungles. We love the woods and bugs. We just made a 1 1/2 hour ride here. It's small, which we are OK with, but was full of permanent campers. There was only one open spot someone was just backing into. The rest look like full timers. The campers there look like they been there for years. Not a good place to walk your dog or much for kids. Just a place to live. There is plenty of shade with all the trees, and I have no doubt that the owners are nice and friendly. We would stay here if it was more like a campground than a permanent resident. If I had to stay here for work I would, but I do not consider this a camp ground. - lovegun
Oct 2015 - $30.00
The campsites are very narrow and crowded with parked cars and obstacles, one stall bathroom with cracked seat that pinched.
Wet floors, office not open till 10:15 am. When I called the owner to open and give me a check out receipt, I received an angry criticism from her for being disturbed. - Beverly Spuckler
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Pricey for what you get. It's a nice park with some nice spacious sites but our site was barely big enough to contain our rig. The park is clean and reasonably quiet given the 4th weekend. However the picnic tables are in need of some serious attention. Watch your height when checking in. Water pressure was 23 lbs which made for a poor shower. - Quahog
Dec 2017 - $25.00
Natalbany Creek is a roomy campground just east of Amite, which is about 50 miles north of New Orleans. I chose it, knowing that I would only want to spend a single day in New Orleans, and preferring to spend the rest of my time away from city noise and bustle. The campground sits behind a casino, which has signs far more obstreperous than its own, so I managed to miss it (I'm getting quite skilled at that), and had to make a big loop on poor country roads to get back. Once set up though, the campground was quite comfortable. The lanes were wide, and the sites were ample. They even provided fireworks on New Years Eve's Eve. (They expected really cold weather on New Years Eve itself. I brought in my hoses, put on my woolies, and weathered it just fine.) All in all, the campground was ordinary but satisfactory. It was quieter than many parks I have visited over the past few months, away from busy highways and railroads. It was certainly more spacious than the "resorts" I was to encounter later in Florida, though my particular site was a little cramped. - Jim Fulton
Oct 2017 - $40.00
The park is very spacious with plenty of room between campsites. The staff was wonderful - very friendly. We stayed for the Halloween activities which were fun and well organized. The only negative comment is the electrical supply. When I plugged my surge protector into the 50-amp service, the indicator lights showed a problem with "L2 and Nuetral Reversed." I called the office and informed the staff. The desk staffer was very unconcerned and said that problem is like that all the time. He assured me the power company, LP&L, had already checked the power and said that is just how they wired the campground. He laughed and said "everyone who camps here for the first time calls in and tells us about this problem." Before plugging in, I walked around and saw several other 50-amp RVs plugged in with no issues. Against my better judgment, I plugged in. I can't claim the power caused me a problem, but I did have an electrical circuit board fry on one of my appliances that night. The problem was repaired under warranty with no cost to me, so I am letting the matter drop. For this reason only, the electrical supply, I will never stay at the campground again, and I am assigning a 6. I believe the owners should refuse to accept LP&L's lack of concern for something they acknowledged is not technically correct, but won't cause a problem. I am not sure I got the full story on this issue. I have too many important people in my RV to take any chances. Great staff, nice place, bad power. - DA TT
Apr 2018 - $30.00
We've stayed there twice, May, 2017 and April, 2018. The park was set up for a mobile home park years ago and they are slowly making it convenient for RV's. They do not take reservations but both times, they had several sites available when we got here. The park was clean. We did not use any of their facilities but they do have a laundry available. The park has grass and allows pets. It's near the school but with all the trees in the area, it wasn't noisy. The park is a couple of miles from town and is convenient to get in and out. - Memtb