4 RV Parks near New Roads, Louisiana
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of New Roads. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near New Roads in the left hand column.
Oct 2010 - $20.00
I was stopped at the door when I asked if tenters were allowed. So much for "warm Cajun hospitality." Owner said there were no bathrooms to accommodate tenters. If you are a tent camper, don't bother driving to this hard to find place: it's a waste of time. - woundtight
Oct 2006 - $20.00
Fall 2006 - We lived here for 2 months while renovating our home 12 miles away. The owners are very friendly & live on-site. They were building a new convenience store/office while we were there, and it was finished about the time we left. All gravel with some grass. There's a center road with sites on both sides. One side is on a bayou that leads to False River (actually an 11 mile long lake) which has great fishing and water sports (skiing). The bayou side has a wood deck/boardwalk. There's a boat launch that I think is free for campers, and a covered place to clean your fish. There are several long-timers, or maybe permanent residents on the bayou side. There are some living there because they're working in the area. When I walked my dog, I found lots of other doggie droppings (I pick up behind my dog), so I don't think they enforce the clean-up rule. Other than fishing from the deck, there's really nothing for kids to do. Too hard to ride a bike on gravel. But we weren't there for recreation, just to sleep. I don't remember the nightly rate. We paid $300 a month - included utilities and cable. I'm writing this several months after staying there. I think they have probably made more additions and improvements since then. I would recommend this place to others. - Nomane
Nov 2016 - $17.00
Park is clean even with permanent campers, don't know about previous comment on park layout, we had no problem with our 40' motor home navigating the interior roads, camp hosts were very friendly. Laundry area was very clean as was the shower area (did not use) Based on other reviews of parks in the area we chose this one and are very satisfied. We will stop here again if in the area. Park also offers wi fi and works well. - Colette
Oct 2013 - $20.00
The original layout of this Park would have given it a higher rating but by cutting the pull-thrus to add a back-in to double the spaces, it makes for a very weird Park. Elevated sewer hookups (about 8-10 inches from the ground level). Shared electrical boxes (with one 30 and one 50 amp plug-in) and with hose Y's for water hook ups make it very difficult for the second unit to set-up. It's a very clean and kept up Park and the grass is great to walk the pets. The laundry room (has two w/d) is very clean and reasonable. Management was so nice and helpful for local information. Our rate reflects 1 PPA and 1 GS and one winter rate. We would stay here again. - Arizona Traveler
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
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Probably not the campground's fault, but we were there in heavy rains. There is no place to walk outside without near ankle deep water and mud. Don't go there during a rainy period. Wi Fi and TV is poor. It is a quiet place, but filled with long term RVs. - W Davidson
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Our site was level and easy to get in and out of. The roads are gravel so fairly clean but with a few minor pot holes. The young man in the office was pleasant. It was quiet at night, but the next morning (a Monday), we could hear pick-up trucks from the long-term residents in the park leaving for work starting at 5 AM. We paid $35 cash. Credit card was $40. Wi-Fi was particularly good. - Pamela R.
Jan 2011 - $23.00
A large majority of the sites in this campground are occupied by what appear to be permanent resident travel trailers, although very few seemed to be occupied when I visited. The office / store is quite run down and dirty. If you elect to pay for your stay using a credit card, a 3% surcharge is added. No Wi-Fi service or cable is available, although I was asked if I wanted the number of the local cable provider to call in order to arrange for service connection. The major networks are available over-the-air with good HD signals and I was able to obtain a 4-bar signal for Verizon broadband. When I return to the Baton Rouge area, I’ll either stay in another campground or keep on going. - GreenMtn08