We were greeted by the owner and guided to our level, grassy, site next to a shade tree. This park is small and cozy and the owners go out of their way to make your stay wonderful. The lake is large and loaded with fish for catch and release. With chairs and grill lakeside, you can just sit back and relax. Be sure to visit the Mansions in nearby Natchitoches, the oldest city in LA. We hope we can come back to this tranquil RV park soon. - tcurex
Wish that I had more time to spend at this campground. Friendly owner, clean restrooms/showers.
Gravel roads/paths and sites. Grass at this site was neatly cut.
Place to let your dogs run.
We had a great nights sleep.
This RV Park must be a well kept secret, because their were less than ten RVs on site.
Located within a mile (guess) of I-49 @ the 174 exit. - Mbv-20145
This is a hidden gem. It is not a resort; the sites are grass but level and it is not anything fancy but I would stay here time and time again. The staff was friendly, the internet was extremely fast, local TV channels available. It is located .3 miles from the Interstate but the park is surrounded with trees so there is very little Interstate noise. It is very peaceful and relaxing. The pull thru's are very long. Our 45' RV with a tow measures 63' long and we had no trouble getting to or into our designated spot. We would definitely stay here again and most likely will make it our destination stop when traveling. This park IS big rig friendly. - travelingpeople