This was another great Louisiana State Park. Sites were nicely spaced. Most all backed up to the woods. Most all had wood decks attached to the paved pads. Restrooms were clean and convenient. The park had multiple areas of interest, i.e., pond, river, hiking trails, nature center. Would give this park a 10 if cell service was a little stronger. Highly recommend. (P.S. Check out Charlie's and Lil' Miss Winnies for food in Springfield, and Paul's in next town of Ponchatoula for breakfast or lunch and antique shopping.) - smitty12
Just got our new RV on the same day we stayed here. Originally headed out for another park but decided to stay close to home. After spending the day closing on the trailer, getting home from the dealership, and buying supplies we were tired and it was dark already. Arrived at the park and asked if they had any open sites which she said there was only one. Once in the camp ground area there were several sites that were booked with no one on them.
Backing in our 26' RV for the first time in the dark was interesting. Camp was rather quiet as expected and enjoyable. We only had a 25' drinking water hose for the trailer and had to hit up Walmart to get another hose so it would reach. The hook ups are rather far back from the pad on all sites after looking at them all the next day.
We had new sheets and towels we had not washed yet so we utilized the laundromat in the camp ground. $1 each to wash and dry machines were old but did an impressive job. - Nizzy
Small gem (only 30 RV sites) WELL WORTH the 11 miles from I-12; long paved sites nicely treed and spaced for privacy (some with decks!); bird boardwalks; friendly rangers. Only drawback: dated bathrooms/showers. - from Latte Land