6 Parks near Patterson, Louisiana
Feb 2016 - $20.00
I was working for Habitat for Humanity and am staying for 2 months. I've been here for almost a month. There are no tables but the spaces are staggered and reasonably spaced. The office staff are great and the laundry is well maintained and inexpensive, bathrooms are clean and well vented and the showers are well cared for and large. Water pressure great, all sites have 20, 30 and 50 amp hook ups, sewer and gravel pads. Very easy leveling, I had to bump up my 5th wheel only 1 inch on one side. Fishing in the lake, lots of wild birds, Egrets and Great Blue Herons. Pets welcome if kept under control, I travel with a Jack Russell terrier. Lots of places to walk or walk your pet. Superwalmart and General Dollar Store .5 mile away and a Rouse's in Berwick. 1.5 hour from Baton Rouge and same from New Orleans. A little ways from New Iberia, made famous by James Lee Burke, and Shadows on the Teche. A beautiful old plantation and a must see. If traveling through Louisiana on Hwy 90 a great place to stop over or stay a while. Lots of Cypress trees, Spanish Moss and atmosphere. - Suzan Dowell-Glaser
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We stayed overnight, just passing through on our way to Grand Isle. The sites are all limestone and for the most part level, however A bit close together and no piknic tables. They have 30 and 50 amp hookups, water and a sewer drop at each site. The park is for the most part full of out of state workers. That being said, the park was very quiet and seemed safe. The fellow campers and the staff were very friendly. Not somewhere I'd stay for a extended amount of time, but would stay again if passing through and needed a place for a night or two. They do offer a salt water swimming pool, which was nice. They also have a lake if you'd like to fish. The shower house was very clean and air conditioned. - mclovin318
Jan 2013 - $36.00
Friendly people at check-in, but very hard to figure out the access route to the park. They need better signage on the highway. Once in, the layout is pleasant and shady. Mainly live aboards (long-term) in the park. Some sites could be unusable after a heavy rain. Would stay here again, but not during the rainy season. - elmerfudd
Dec 2015 - $36.00
Nice city park on the water. All amenities except cable, I was only able to bring in the local channel which had awful programing and was only on air a short time each day. This park is used by the locals as a weekend party destination and is an interesting and fun kinda place! - dewbon1
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Awful experience as a tent camper:
1. The tent sites are located adjacent to a busy road where you will hear lots of road noise. More than a few people driving pick up trucks without mufflers. No sleep!
2. The hot water was turned off in the showers, for the entire duration of our stay. Lovely.
3. Their lawn maintenance guys seem to enjoy revving up the mowers before 8 AM (BTW- the park's stated quiet hours are 11 PM - 8 AM.). It gets better... while visiting my family in a RV site, witnessed on two separate days, the mowers operating within their site while we were outside. Just rude and inconsiderate.
4. Tent site = $24 RV site = $20
I would love to hear someone attempt to justify $24 for a tent site, especially considering items 1-3 noted above. We were the only tent campers for 2 of the 3 nights, so no, this isn't a high demand tent camping park.
Yes, this is a beautiful park located directly on the Lake but the cons outweigh the pros at this park. - OTL2015
Sep 2015 - $36.00
I reviewed this camp ground before but felt I needed to update from our most recent visit.
Overall, the campground is the same. Quiet, clean and most sites very roomy. Except for the one we were in.
This review is to warn everyone to try their best to stay away from spot #50!
After having stayed in this park multiple time, this was the first TRULY disappointing spot we have ever had.
The way the hook-ups are they are placed very far to the back of the sight and there is a tree you have to work around to be tied in. I have 25' of sewage line and it was stretched also my power cord is an easy 30+' and I was almost stretched all the way out. To make it all work we had to park towards the back on the site and that put us right in front of site #51 hook-ups. Basically, the room we had coming out the camper was the length of the awning. So sitting outside under the awning was very cramped due to the utility equipment (water, power) being right at our door step.
Thankfully we were camping with friends so we ended up spending a lot of time in site #51 (great site BTW).
It seems like they were trying to squeeze a site between 49 & 51 just to have another site.
Overall our stay was uneventful and nice even with the inconvenient site set-up. - jf831024
Apr 2015 - $15.00
There was no cable or WiFi, but it was only $15! There was lots to see around the area. We really enjoyed our stay. Definitely would go back again! - lundgka
Apr 2014 - $20.00
I would rate it a 10 if they had wifi. The large gravel sites were level with plenty of room to park a towed vehicle. The staff were all friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. - Swamp Bunnies
Apr 2013 - $22.00
This is a really nice park; only 30 sites, concrete, picnic tables, water, sewer, electric, trash cans at all sites. We were here once before, price was still the same $22 weekends. Still no Wi-Fi; shuttle passes 24 hours. No pool. Check-in and check-out 12 noon. When you get there, you go to the sites (must call first for reservation, but they say they don't reserve specific sites). You still need to call ahead and make sure there are vacancies; you can request a site, but they can't promise it in case someone stays over. The usual norm for lots of parks. Don't like this aspect. You should be able to request a site and have that site when you arrive. There are 3 rows; 1st row is in the parking lot, numbers 1-11 start counting from the left while looking at the park from the parking lot; back-ins, nicely spaced and still have all amenities as the other 2 rows, just no grass in between sites, but there is plenty of grass around the park. Also, if you are in Row 1 or 2, be aware of the parking lot lights right along the whole row right between rows 1 and 2. Pets welcomed. Row 2, sites 12-21, also back-ins. Row 3 is the only pull-throughs, very very nice; there are 9 sites on this last row with a nice field across from it. The park is great, but the casino is something else. Tight slots. Plenty of restaurants, but expensive; no buffet. You can now have breakfast at Cafe Bayou and with players card you get 15% discount. Service was very slow and there were not many people in the there at the time. Took us about 30-40 min to get our food. I really think this casino needs a buffet, a pool for the RV park, along with Free Wi-Fi. There is plenty of land there to add a pool and more RV sites. Still no signs leading to the park. You must go to the hotel after calling them when you arrive to confirm the sites you requested to register. People are very friendly though. There are 2 casinos in the same building. Very confusing. - resume
Nov 2012 - $10.00
Fee central is the first thing that comes to mind in writing this review. They are as follows: Mandatory $2 a night for cable even if you don’t use it, $5 a night per device for Tengo Internet, $5 per night for pull-through site, $5 per night for 50 amp, plus tax over 10%. We were notified only of the cable fee upon calling to verify availability and our other questions, something we do prior to making any reservations. Upon arrival we were notified of the other fees. We stayed one night. The rate posted was for one night, without all of the fees as we opted out of everything minus the mandatory cable fee. Park is very dated. Club house, restrooms, laundry facilities and office are all in need of repair. The only positive was the outdoor swimming pool. Fishing was in scum filled ponds, at least those you could reach. To say there were “a lot” of permanent residences would put it mildly. It seems that is what keeps this park open. The staff we had contact with seemed nice although not very helpful. - Full-Timer RV'er
Nov 2009 - $32.00
This Campground could be real nice if it wasn't for the management. They change rules as they go along. If you lay down the money to join, you still have no say so on any of their rules. When we camped their were some real nice people that are snow birds and they were giving a rule change, even though they had a signed contract. The park is getting run down due to the owners miss manageing the money. If the right owners were to take over , it could be a nice campground. The present owners are not nice to deal with at all. - Ricky Giroir
Sep 2009 - $30.00
There were pull-thrus available, but we were told they were only for members. It had rained prior to our arrival, and it was muddy. The first spot we were given was extremely muddy, and we were afraid we would stick the RV. We were ready to move on, but they found another site which was much better. We stayed four days and the campground was about half full. We could have had a much nicer site, and I still do not understand their policies on assigning sites. The park was mostly for members, and very few RV's were there that were not semi-permanent. Their facilities were very nice and clean. All of the sites were grass, and somewhat level. Probably would not stay there again if I had another option. While we were there we discovered there were several other RV parks in the near vicinity. - Okie Traveler
Jan 2010 - $25.00
This is the best RV park I have ever stayed in. The owners are friendly and have park cookouts weekly. The bathhouse/cookhouse was clean. They have washers and dryers, free wireless internet, free cable, concrete pads, and full hookups. - angie miller
Mar 2016 - $18.00
This is a small park with full hookups but no facilities other than a laundry room. The site pad was concrete, driveways are gravel and dirt, with plenty of potholes. But, on the plus side, it a very pleasant spot with a large open space and a huge tiger oak tree draped with Spanish moss. There is a small pond that we were told is well stocked with fish and is visited daily by four ducks. The management was very friendly and helpful. If you're looking for a quiet and low key place, this is it. We paid a weekly rate of $125. - Coopsecondact
Nov 2011 - $40.00
Beautiful, large park which is pet and family friendly. Concrete slabs for the campers as well. Well stocked pond with bass, brim. New washers and driers. Wi-Fi is great. Large pastures for the dogs and children to play. A rural setting but close to Houma and shopping. Also close to New Orleans, Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Nice, friendly owner. - traveler1111
Sep 2010 - $40.00
It is a nice small campground. The Trailers parked around large pond and ducks add to the amusement. We enjoyed the cement slabs and having a patio. There are no trees to provide shade and it gets very hot in the summer months. There is a small laundry facility, but enough as it is a small quiet park. It is very comfortable sitting in the air conditioned area of the laundry. I enjoyed sitting in there reading while clothes were being cleaned. The sites are nice sized and the staff is very helpful and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. - Jiggles