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6 RV Parks near Oberlin, Louisiana
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Oberlin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Oberlin in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $30.00
As usual we had a long, pull through, FHU site with a cement pad and patio with a table. Unfortunately it was not level and the utilities were not well placed for our Class C. There is cable TV and I believe all sites are satellite friendly. We were here for just Friday night, but the park was only half full, so the Wi-Fi worked OK and I did not notice the usual weekend rowdy behavior that management does nothing to thwart. The recreational facilities, bathroom, and laundry are good. Typical of the area, there is no recycling. - Jerry S
Aug 2018 - $29.00
Loved this park. We've been here 2-3 times and they were Never crowded. the DW likes going to the casino, so she has a membership card, I think that's why we got a good rate, even before using our discount, LOL. But we also have AAA, Good Sam and my military Discount (you can only use one) which KOA does not Honor. Everything was clean, pristine and quiet. We loved the swimming pool and my 16 yr old loved the basketball court and the aforementioned swimming pool. We will definitely make this one of our GO TO campgrounds. Every time we travel east we will be sure to stop there.
Whether you like gambling at the Casino or not, this is a top notch Must-visit Camp ground. You can only stay 2 weeks at a time. CG occupants can use all the Casino property facilities even the Huge Water park with Lazy river and 2 big water slides across the property. They provide shuttle service to every corner of the property. - Spacetraveler
Jun 2018 - $19.00
Very nice RV park. Quiet with easy access to the pool and the casino by shuttle. Plenty of space also for dogs to run in a field. - Cathy Roark
Sep 2018 - $35.00
The place is too high for the bad conditions. There's a dirt road leading to the river sites that needs to be fixed. Messy and muddy. Plus there's no leash law and walk outside and dogs have pooped all over the place. Nasty. No cell phone signal for Verizon customers no internet service. Just a nasty place full of funky smells. If you don't have to stay there please find somewhere else to stay. - Sartor
Feb 2012 - $19.00
The River Bend RV Park in Kinder, LA is a new park on the Calcasieu River. It is clean, quiet, and a perfect place for a family to camp. It is within driving distance of grocery stores, golf course, restaurants, and a casino. - rsm
Oct 2018 - $22.00
Decided to try this headed west on I-10. This is clearly not a destination park. sites were tight and almost all appeared to be permanent residents and workers living out of RV's. No one in office and just had us fill out an envelope with cash for Passport America (never saw a real person). They charged $22 although PPA site said $20. 10 miles off I-10. Site was level, water pressure ok and voltage was 116-118 volts. Appeared to be a decent laundry although we didn't use. Free wifi was ok but had to reconnect a few times. Vzw cell was 2-3 bars lte. Dirt road was bumpy and site was muddy after recent rains. Would not go 20 miles out of my way to return here again. - HomeOnWheels_US
Jun 2018 - $22.00
Stayed here overnight. No one working (Sat.), had to call number on window and was told where to put camper and put money thru the door slot. Bathrooms were absolutely terrible (no toilet paper in either, lights not working or burned out, not clean). We were the only overnight people. Never stayed in a worse campground. - Greg Hanson
Mar 2018 - $25.00
This is a very nice place to stay, everyone is friendly. Price is very reasonable. Quiet and right off hwy 165. I highly recommend this place. - Cathy Thomas
Jan 2009 - $18.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at La Pay E Bas. Our stay lasted for about 9 days, and we fished in the stocked ponds (no luck) bar-b-qued under the pavilion, which was complete with picnic tables (and a big bar-b-que pit!), had burgers at the Mom & Pop burger stand, which is run by the park owners, and basically had a great time. There is also a small store on-site, where you can buy fishing tackle, staples and copious amounts of alcohol;-) The only downside to this park is that nothing is paved, and there is no cable, no wi-fi and all of those modern creature comforts. But, hey, you're camping, right? The owners are very friendly and welcoming, and drive through the park regularly, making sure all is well, and that their guests are enjoying their stay. We will certainly be visiting this park again. - heavenslilgift
Jan 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here since we had a family function nearby. Because it was a quiet weekend for the park (i.e. no bands or other events) we were allowed to stay just one night. Staff was great when I called to make the reservations. No online booking here but a quick email or phone call make it very easy to book. Our spot (252) was level and easy to pull into. It was raining so we don't know about shade. - cjnexp
Jul 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here for 3 nights. We where told our spots where shady. We were in direct sun light all day. Very little shade here. The beach was nice and music good.
Little bit of a partying place, if you like that scene, lot of golf carts riding all day. Kids where having a great time here. At quiet time I was impressed that everything did get silent. Not a very big campground. - lovegun
May 2016 - $38.00
Nice, clean park with beach, fishing lake, & dance hall. Friendly staff. - George-Michelle
Nov 2010 - $24.00
This is a parish park, with lots of shade trees, playgrounds for the kids and paved sites on the lake. There is a nice boat launch with plentiful parking. They also have a "beach" area with parking. Some of the bath houses were in better shape than others (mosquito control was a big issue). There were no sewer hookups, no Wi-Fi and cell coverage is spotty at best. We stayed from a Sunday thru a Saturday. I would recommend a weekday stay. Once the early holiday weekend started, the golf carts started cruising with their stereos wide open. There were also many campers with their sound systems turned up. This usually ended by 10 pm each night. Since this is a parish park there is no one on site after 5 p.m. so there was no way to regulate the noise unless you called the Sheriff's Office. We rode our bikes a lot but had to be very cautious once all the golf carts came in because they were not watching out or slowing down for pedestrians and cyclists. We would stay here again but would do so on a weekday in order to cut down on all the noise. - hannah-taylor
Jul 2009 - $24.00
Nice place to stay with beautiful trees covering sites. The old section A is the nicest with lake views. Police used to patrol a lot to keep things quiet. Lately golf carts have been allowed and less patrolling by police and it gets out of hand. Police had to be called out all three days to quiet the drunks driving carts with trailers and loud music, well into the middle of the night. Very irritating. If things do not change we do not recommend unless you go during the weekday it is quiet then. - Thib
Mar 2009 - $16.00
We loved our stay here. We went along with a few friends and had a great time. At the time the park was almost completely empty, so we were able to choose the perfect spots we wanted, which were right on the lake. There are tons of shade trees, swings for the kids, a laundromat and showers, which were very clean. There are also cabins for rent, and some good fishing, too! The Staff were very friendly, helpful and welcoming, which is very important, in our opinion. The only downside to this park is the fact that there were no sewer hookups, and we had to use the dump station, but that really wasn't a biggie. Otherwise, we would have given this park a perfect rating. We will definitely visit this park again. - heavenslilgift