3 Parks near Monroe, Louisiana
Apr 2016 - $27.00
We stayed overnight in a pull-thru site that barely fit with our 37' motorhome and CRV toad. There is only one road in the park that seems like it was recently renewed with rock, the others were heavily rutted. Recent rains left many muddy ruts throughout the park. The standing water and pond/lake on the property meant many swarming insects. While convenient for an overnight stop, we would not stop here again. - Tony Connie and Rusty
Aug 2015 - $24.00
The $24 rate is for a one week stay. The sign at the entrance is very small and it only shows coming from the west. Since there were utility workers right at the driveway I missed the sign and had to find a place to turn around and come back. All 68 sites are full utilities and most are pull through. The space (37) is semi gravel some mud and not quite level side to side. The sites are very wide and most are very short. The back end of my fifth wheel is almost in the drive and with the truck parked closely in front of the rig it is almost in the drive in front. Wifi is available I had good reception. MiFi has fair reception. There is no TV and I didn't try over the air. The couple managing the park are helpful however you are not led to you site. There is no pool, most sites are in part shade. There are a lot of permanent RVs some are under a metal cover. Most all sites are neat and not cluttered. There are a lot of workers with truck traffic beginning around 5:30 am. The interior driveways are part gravel and mud with some ruts. They are using some kind of mud mixture for fill and it is not working. I've seen a pond in the park and people fishing. The laundry which is open 24 hours was clean and had four working washers and dryers all take $1.75. There is a small play ground, shuffleboard and basketball hoop. They have a nice size lending library and clubhouse. - annc
Jun 2014 - $27.00
Older campground (once KOA). Brand new "rehab" management; lady at desk was very nice - explained some of their issues with rehab. Park itself is pleasant - plenty of room, many trees, grass cut, power good, water good, sewer had pipes at ground-level (good!). Gravel sites less than half-bubble off-level; gravel roads in pretty good repair. Bathrooms / showers seemed fairly "clean," however they were in poor repair, to include ceilings and fans. Typical of this part of the country, temporary workers (gas/coal/RR/oil) keep many of these parks going; there are some long-termers, and even a couple park models with a shed-roof; all are neat and in good repair. Nice setting, infrastructure is good, facilities need work. If you don't need the restrooms/showers, and full hook-ups will meet your needs, this is a decent little campground for the price. And you'll pass Sam's Club on the way in. If our trip/schedule dictates, we'd definitely stay at this campground again. - johngalt
Sep 2016 - $34.00
Each time I stay here there are more and more permanent campers. 10 pull thru sites, the rest permanent. Gravel roads maintained well but dusty.
A large truck stop across the street but noise is not a problem.
Pull thru sites are level. Many utility boxes are in bad shape.
We have family in town and have been staying here for many years and will continue to do so. - racer0624
Sep 2016 - $36.00
All the interior roads are dirt. Most full time campers have no respect for other campers, they drive much to fast. If you happen to be assigned a camp site down wind, beware the DUST!! We have stayed at the park several times while visiting family who live just a few miles away, the dust is my biggest complaint. Otherwise the park is fine. The park is across the street from a popular truck stop. Many popular restaurants, movie theater, etc. in the area. Full hookups, bathrooms, showers, laundry room. This is park does not provide entertainment for kids., really just a place to park while visiting the area. - Roy Fleming
Apr 2016 - $34.00
Wi-Fi was difficult to use and would come and go. Pull-through sites were long enough and level. Lots of long term workers that leave early in the morning. I felt the price a little high but it seems to be the going rate in town. Very handy for visiting the Duck Commander sites. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay again. - houseonwheels
May 2011 - $23.00
Very nice campground. This is not a destination campground but it is a good place to stop on the way. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are easy access for larger rigs. There are a number of trees so antenna access was limited. WI-FI worked well here. We stayed here for a week. - Speedy