12 Parks near Covington, Louisiana
Apr 2016 - $25.00
We absolutely LOVE Land O Pines and you will too! It's great for families especially with children. They have many activities happening for children and adults. We loved it so much that we got a permanent campsite. For the price and the great people you will meet, this is the place to go. And NOW is the time to scoop up on some great deals on permanent sites if interested. It's really an absolutely wonderful place to camp and entertain children and adults of all ages. - Keri Dupont
Mar 2013 - $45.00
We did not stay at this campground. We made our reservation while on the road. It is several miles off I-10 on a very narrow winding road. The entrance to the campground and the roads within the campground are very narrow. There were many old, dilapidated RVs in the park. There were also many dogs running loose. We were told our site was full hook-up on a pad. The pad turned out to be grass and was not large enough for our 44' motor home. We were offered another site but were not able to get into them either. We were given a full refund. The family that owns the campground were very nice and tried to be accommodating but the state of the campground and facilities were very poor. I would not recommend this campground. - J Corsetti
Jan 2013 - $30.00
This is a very nice, older park that is way out in the woods so was very quite. The staff at the park were very friendly and helpful about the area. We were there for 5 nights and would recommend it to our friends and family. You have to be careful when picking a site. We lucked out with D54 because we had very heavy rains while there and our site didn't flood where most all the others were flooded. - Patsypoo02
Aug 2016 - $22.00
An absolute gem! Gorgeous little State Park with roomy sites and access to the Tchefuncte River, a stereo-typically beautiful Louisiana bayou experience. Looking forward to returning! Walk down by the water at sunset for a great photo op. Everything was clean and comfortable here. Be prepared for the humidity! Gates open 8am -8pm. - SLOman
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Excellent location for our purposes. Small state park on the Tchefuncte River. Spacious sites, well maintained, trees for shade. Nice walk down to the most beautiful river. Not the most level of pads, but not a huge disappointment. - TXTread
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Stayed again on our way through LA, showers were awesome! Had some electric issues at the site again, microwave didn't have enough power to run properly but no surges.
The washers and dryers work great and it was awesome to be able to do laundry without leaving the park!
Had fun on the boardwalk and got some great pictures, will be back on our way back through. - Crazyjewelrymakers
Feb 2016 - $10.00
We came in on Coast to Coast and thus were given 30 amp and no sewer even though I made a reservation for 50 amp FHU two months previous. Coast to Coast check-in is 4 pm (according to the C2C website) versus members is noon. The site assigned to us was way too short and impossible to maneuver into with my 40ft fifth wheel, so I went into the one next to it and told them I did so. I'm just glad that site was open. Just keep in mind, C2C members, there are different rules for us and I would suggest calling ahead to verify if you are going to get a site you want. What you reserve via C2C is meaningless.
The vitals: water good, electric was solid. Did not use the pay WiFi. Verizon signal good. We got satellite through the trees but I consider it lucky. Roads are all dirt thus either dusty or muddy. Sites are level but mushy after rain. Some sites are difficult to maneuver into due to trees. Bathroom/showers
are old but clean. Laundry has 3 of each at $1.75 each. One advantage to the no sewer area of the park is it is quiet and no traffic driving through. Dump station was not standard as it was just a pipe sticking out of the ground with no concrete around so it was a muddy mess of whatever others had done there. - cwier
Mar 2014 - $0.00
Price reflects Coast-to-Coast membership. Ocean Canyon members were using all of the full hookup sites, so Coast-to-Coast RVs were in an area with only electric and water, however, there is a dump station that is easily accessible. This was not a concern for us, because our tanks are large enough to manage for a week. Also, the views in these sites are very relaxing near the larger pond. Very nice campground. Shaded sites throughout. Sites are level and interior roads are nice gravel roads. Sites are gravel and grass. There are a couple very pretty ponds. There are nice trails around ponds for walking and to sit and enjoy the ponds and nearby wooded areas. There are daily activities. They had several full meals that were available at a café area. Staff were very friendly. It is a very secluded and quiet campground. Follow GPS exactly and it is easy to find and easy to get to. - GLPColorado
Jun 2013 - $1.00
This was a very pretty park - in the front of the resort. Unfortunately, we were put in the very back with a view of the dumpster and the bathhouse. It appeared that we were in the area where permanent residents are parked. There was no landscaping back there and very little shade. Our picnic table was in a bad state of repair - you couldn't really use it. The people running the park were friendly - but mostly seemed to cater to 'regulars' from the local area. We would go back to the park as we really loved the area. We are OCP members and stayed for free. - User3101
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Water & 50amp site, plenty of room between sites. Very nice park. We've been here once before hence the reason for our return. WIFI had been added since our last visit but it was down for the first 2 days we were here but worked fairly well when it was up. Several over the air TV stations were available. Some of the interior roads are a bit narrow. Watch for low hanging limbs. - Bob & Stephanie
Jun 2016 - $34.00
My complaint about this stay was the inexperienced customer service. I handed the clerk my drivers license at check-in for him to get my information, but he handed it back to me so I had to recite. I assumed answering I wanted a full hookup when asked meant I would get it. The desk said when I asked why I had only electricity and water that full hookup sites were limited. Although there was a free dump station, this jaded my experience. The campground was packed when I arrived, families grilling almost like a tailgate experience, but by 10-11, the grounds were quiet. I saw communal bathrooms, but did not use them. I would stay again after clarifying the charges. - Mhlangford
Jun 2016 - $26.00
First let me say the park is scenic and beautiful with MANY giant moss covered oaks, a perfect picture of the South. However it is NOT big rig friendly. There are numerous tree limbs hanging in the roads throughout the park making the drive in to your site hazardous to your roof, satellite, AC units and even awnings. We were told they don't cut the trees to keep a natural look. Enter at your own risk if you have a motorhome (ours is 40' long). The roads are paved and sites are paved mostly level but don't count on the size being accurate or usable if you have to move over to keep limbs off the roof or slides. The bathroom on the men's side was very dirty, both need work and are dated. There is a beach within walking distance but don't plan on using it. We were there for Father's Day weekend with the grandsons ready to play in the water and found a big warning at the beach- Advisory of High Bacteria and Do Not Swim!
Big rigs enter at your own risk. Plan to drive down middle of road and still have branches scrap your rig. Many pull-throughs are
short and very tight.
This could be a great park but unless they trim a lot of trees it is not safe for big rigs. - gleLOAL
Jul 2016 - $65.00
It has been quite a few years since posting a review, but this new park got me going again.
This is a well thought out park that is only 10 months old according to the General Manager.
Located just off of I-12, and east of I-55, it is convenient to both Baton Rouge and New Orleans. I'd estimate about 45-60 minutes to either, depending upon traffic.
Exit #47 from I-12, and proceed northbound about 1/2 mile and turn right into the park entry. The entry is gated and you must be admitted to pull into the numerous arrival lanes.
The desk staff are very friendly and helpful. When asking about a dinner recommendation, the staff member was kind enough to actually print the flyer for the restaurant.
Access to our Premium Pull-Thru site was easy with a 40' Class A towing an F-150. The sites and interior roads are all well paved with concrete. My only minor gripe about the facility is the protective bollards at the entry to each camping row. Any error in judgement will be rewarded with body damage. Fortunately, this isn't likely as the actual width of each road is generous and the turn radius is gradual. In short, a small gripe.
The site itself is a fully paved and generously wide concrete apron. I parked our Class A diesel pusher on the edge of the LH side of the pad and had in excess of 3 feet of room on the RH side. In addition to this, the picnic table area is concrete, and would easily accommodate 3 full sized picnic tables.
The site is very level, requiring very little effort to achieve a perfect result. Overall site length would easily fit a 45' MH with a full sized vehicle parked at a comfortable distance from the coach.
Power, water, and sewer connections are all well sited, and function well. Water pressure appears to be approximately 45 PSI.
Once you get beyond the impeccably executed camp ground, you will have a nice man made lake for water sports, and 2 separate pools.
Overall a great park.
We will return. - Matt D
Nov 2009 - $30.00
It is off the beaten path, and very quiet. They lost our reservation, but luckily there was not a crowd expected. Some of the long-term residents were odd individuals that made you feel creepy, but if we stayed on our side of the campgrounds they stayed on their side. It is not an RV park, meaning the sites are not clearly established, we were allowed to par nearly anywhere we wanted and at any angles that would allow our traveling party to create a space for us to gather. The few interactions with the staff were friendly. The town of Folsum and Covington nearby were friendly small towns to occupy your time in. We really enjoyed our trip to the area. - Cap
Jun 2009 - $25.00
Overall the campground was nice. Quite a ways off of the beaten path though. You have to go down 2 miles of gravel road to get there. There are some long term tenants which gives the park a less than pristine appearance but they are in an area to themselves. The sites are grass with no paving or stone, but the soil is very sandy so there is no problem with standing water. My brother and his wife and child were going with us to the Global Wildlife Center and were charged $18.00 to enter the campground. Their website states a $6.00 charge per person per day, but I didn't expect to be charged for coming to pick me up. Had a live band on Fri night, I caught the last of it but I thought it was pretty good - arfrancois
Apr 2009 - $38.00
It is a campground but the staff was really nice, the pool was clean, it was a genuinely fun time. The bath houses were not up to standard but it is a campground and is appreciated that it did have showers. More specifically, the showers were functional and clean when we got there but after a packed weekend they did not look safe to use. Probably more of the guests fault than staff. The river was cool. The facilities were fun. The band was good. Spent Easter weekend and had a good time. If you are bringing a $500K motorhome expecting a five star resort, you will be unhappy. If you are planning on going camping in a family enviroment with a nice staff and nice people, then you may want to give this place a try. Really good people in this area. Don't quote me on the price, I don't remember exactly how much. - fatback
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
Feb 2016 - $180.00
Well for one we rented a cabin that was too small (our fault) so we upgraded to a larger one they had. Was very pricey compared to other campgrounds. The cabins had tons of roaches. (I know, I know I'm camping! But I've rented Many of times from other campgrounds and this was a cleanliness issue.) Some activities but I definitely got better value and an overall better stay and experience at other campgrounds nearby. The outhouse or public bathhouses had cold water to shower with, and it was cold at the time! Ooowee! Just better FUN and most of all VALUE elsewhere!!! - Keri Dupont
Oct 2015 - $10.00
This is an older membership park. The site are a little tight for large rigs. Hook-ups were ok. No WI-FI from our site. Good over the air TV. Roads gravel but maintained. Staff friendly. About three miles from interstate. Park quiet and clean. Would use again. - corky506
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
Feb 2016 - $24.00
This was our first time here. The park is very clean. We stayed in the Upland section. Very spacious sites, gravel pads but they were level. Great walking trails, a little tough to ride bicycles due to the hilly terrain. We would definitely stay here again. - KDplus2
Jan 2016 - $10.00
This is a nice clean park. The state park is 1700 acres and has 2 campgrounds, a water park, canoes, rafts, horses and 6 miles of walking trails. All areas are kept clean. The price is a Winter rate with a discount. If a person is from Arkansas or Delaware and have the America the beautiful card there is a 50% discount. All personnel of the park are very friendly. Great value. - goldwing2
Jan 2016 - $23.00
There are two different camping sites in this park. The first is the Upperland where we have stayed both times. The sites have full hook-ups (water, electric, sewage) as well as a picnic bench, fire grill and fire pit. From the Upperland you can get on some well marked trails that go around the park. Some of these trails can be used by horses. Coming into the park there was a sign that said you can rent horses. We didn't do this but it may be of interest to some.
Also, the Upperland is in walking distance to the meeting room, group camp, and a nicely kept frisbee golf course.
The main difference in the Lowerland is that the sites are older and only have water and electric (no sewage). However most of the sites are on with a lake or slow moving bayous which are quite picturesque. But bring your bug spray. Stagnant water breeds mosquitoes.
Lowerland is more scenic, Upperland more modern.
There are rolling hills and you really don't feel like you're in Louisiana when you're there. Staff is super nice. Excellent selection of games to borrow at the front desk.
We definitely will go again. - GearDown
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