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11 RV Parks near Larose, Louisiana
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Larose. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Larose in the left hand column.
Jan 2018 - $37.00
We stayed here for a week trying to minimize overnight freezing temperatures during an unseasonable cold spell. We were toward the back of the park so even though it was near a main road and truck stop/casino, we didn't notice much noise. A few odd things, such as not getting a wifi code on check in. I think there must be a key to access the bathhouse & laundry because I couldn't get in. However, the staff was helpful and friendly so if I had needed either, I think it wouldn't have been a problem. The pads were gravel but the sites were spacious. There was no cable. There were cement patios but they did not have picnic tables. It seemed to have a mix of full-time and overnight sites. - lce3
Jan 2010 - $15.00
This campground was the worst I have ever stayed at. Restrooms were nasty and the showers you had to wear shoes in. - angie miller
Jul 2017 - $30.00
This is just a gravel parking lot. Most of the campers are workers down here on a temp basis. No real amenities but we felt very safe here. It is close to restaurants and groceries. - rwalsh
Feb 2015 - $40.00
A few frills RV park - more like a working man's RV park but very quiet, safe and all gravel spots with water, electric, sewer, Wi-Fi. We stayed here three nights because we could not find any other suitable park in the Houma proper area. It certainly worked in a pinch. - mobarb
Nov 2017 - $17.00
Stayed 1 night through PA. A little odd because have to drive through a residential MH park to get to campground. Some run-down units in both places but next to newer ones. However very clean and staff employee who guided us in was very nice and attentive. The campground is small rustic area next to canal and under moss covered oaks. That said, we liked it. Quiet, clean, level and felt very safe. Certainly not a resort by any stretch but would have no problem staying again. - 2retiresoon
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
Apr 2016 - $34.00
I come to this part of Louisiana to visit friends in Theriot LA and selected this campground because all the campgrounds nearer Houma LA, I was told, were full with temporary workers involved in some construction big project. This campground is totally no frills and is totally geared to the fishing community. The sites are level and spacious, the infrastructure works well and the management was helpful; however, the campground is a long distance south of any main east/west roads. - retiredfflarry
Oct 2016 - $14.00
Staff is very helpful, and hospitality from other campers was great as well. Safe and secure place with cameras was a top priority with my family staying there while I worked. Wifi works great. - Damian Bordelon
Mar 2011 - $25.00
I stayed here six weeks while working at Waterford-3 Nuclear Station. This park stays booked-up most of the time because of all the construction and clean-up activity around New Orleans after hurricane Katrina. It is a basic RV Park, not much in the way of amenities. Railroad tracks near the rear of the park are noisy. - 870xprs