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20 RV Parks near Vinton, Louisiana
May 2018 - $26.00
Was an OK park. Electric power was weak. Voltage to site remained low for 3 days , 2 nights. Dusty roads and sand everywhere. Nothing other than swings and slides for kids. Noisy after 10.00 pm when gates close. Good one nighter for people traveling thru the area. Sites that were level were far and few. Few shade trees, mostly pine and spread far apart. Not much shade. No animals in park pens, like they say. - Danny and Yvette
Mar 2018 - $29.00
This is a nice quiet rural park, albeit the septic system is a little noisy, and just north of I-10 along the river. Very friendly staff. - AL RVer
Nov 2015 - $17.00
Great little "hidden" county park located on the Sabine River. This park is about 6 miles North of I-10 on the TX/LA state line. Sites are quite close to the river which came up due to Toledo Bend being lowered upstream. Our site site was close to level, water and electric were good and the dump station very accessible. If in the area we would return again "if" the skies were clear. - Teacher's Pet
Dec 2017 - $38.00
Passing through Louisiana and stopped here for the night. Easy access off of I-10 but the park itself is hard to find. You check in at the Best Western which is behind the casino and truck station. It looks brand spanking new with concrete roads and sites. We were in a pull through that handled my 40 foot 5th wheel and truck without having to unhook. - cgaskins
Feb 2009 - $16.00
This is a easy on off by thruway rv park. Its close by a tiny casino. Easy pull thru's make it nice. If you back up by the fence its only $10 and the pull thru's are $16. When you call the number the man lets you know on a recorder how many spaces are left for that night, I kind of liked that. Nothing to do there, just a ok one night stopper. - him and her
Jan 2009 - $10.00
The good: Easy to find, drive up at night o.k., price for spaces in the back (grass) o.k. (10.00 $). The bad: office building with kind of "rednecked" look inside, awfully loud (located directly near hwy 10), driveways look the same as mentioned above (office building). No Passport America discount, though listed. Rate for drive through spaces is $16.00. - arvie
Jan 2009 - $14.00
Above rate reflects weekly rate of $96. NO LONGER ACCEPTS PASSPORT AMERICA OR ANY OTHER DISCOUNTS. Utilities are in very good condition with good quality power. We were in a pull through site with a very nice concrete slab. Roads are in poor condition. Considerable traffic noise from I-10. Manager very helpful. Good overnight stop. - AFChap
Feb 2018 - $30.00
This park has easy access to I-10 and makes a good overnight stop, if you can get one of the concrete pads. The park has poor drainage so after rain the roads are muddy and full of potholes, one nearly the size of Lake Ponchartrain! However, there are several pull-through concrete sites near the entrance that are satisfactory for a short stay (there are some other concrete sites too but many are grass or mud). The pads are perhaps 50' so sufficient for a 25' MH+toad but not a big rig. The hookups worked fine. There is no cable, but there are a few over the air channels available. We did not use the facilities. The dog park seems to be a field full of mud wasp holes and dog messes so forget about that. The office staff was courteous. - MNroadie
Sep 2017 - $27.00
We were very dissatisfied with our stay. An extremely rude male staff member referred to campers as trash and riff raff. We overheard cursing and yelling at a neighboring female camper by the same male staff member on multiple occasions. In one instance, the female was sitting outside her camper reading a book when the male staff member pulled up to her campsite and harassed her with loud and foul language. Restrooms were locked and not accessible for campers. Pool was clean but we didn't use it due to the strict rules. Our site had no concrete and was a complete mud bog when it rained. We will not stay here again nor recommend others to stay until the staff learns to treat customers respectfully. - Camper Life
Mar 2016 - $31.00
Easy on and off Interstate 10. Most sites have concrete pads, and some have concrete patios. No cable TV, but a good antenna signal. Wifi is good. Only negative is that some of the long-term residents allow their dogs to roam free. For those of us who use a leash and pick up, that is a problem. - ta96silver
Jul 2018 - $40.00
This is our third time here. Overall a very nice RV park. Park is well maintained, grass is mowed and grounds are clean. This RV park has become almost all seasonal. Approximately 90% of park is seasonal. That's not a bad thing. Monthly rates are $675/$750 including electricity. RVs are newer and clean. There is a requirement here that EVERYTHING outside your RV must stay on your patio. Most abide by this. Just about every RV here is a 5th wheel and most are being towed by large pickup trucks which barely fit in their site. In the evening when everyone returns from work is it can be a challenge to get to your site. Vehicles are not permitted to park in the street, but that does not seem to be enforced. That being said this is a nice park. WiFi is free, but with this park at almost 100% full the WiFi is slow. We found the restrooms clean, but having an extremely musty smell. We did not use them. There are two pools. One just for adults and one for adults and kids. The adult pool area also has a hot tub that is controlled by anyone using it. Water pressure good 40/50 psi. All hoses and cables must remain on your cement pad. That's a good idea for mowing the grass. Office is open 24/7 and staff is informative and good natured. Another nice thing here is you can wash your RV and they encourage you to do that. There is also a dog run here. Verizon Cell data is excellent. Ping 25ms, 111Mbps download and 31.2Mbps upload! AT&T Cell data ping 78ms, 10.5Mbps download and 9.75Mbps upload. - ETB
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Very impressive CG. Passing through stayed overnight in a 42' motorhome. Easy on-off from I-10. Combo Motel/RV park/Storage. Smooth check-in. Interior roads are concrete and easy to navigate. All sites level concrete, FHU/cable, some with partial shade. Sites mostly PT with some backins. Manicured grass between sites. Two pools, mtg. house, pavilions, dog park, thrash pickup in AM, stocked fishing pond, etc. Will stay again when passing through area. - RTM
May 2018 - $40.00
All concrete with some grass. It is basically a very nice park behind a motel. The point stopping it from being a 10 is that like many parks with long term guests their cars and stuff start to clog the allyways. Thus making it harder than needed to move a 45 ft mh and car into and out of sites. Just aggravating. - peddy dick
Mar 2016 - $26.00
Sometimes you end up at an RV park that gives you an appreciation for what qualities made a good RV park and those qualities are mostly missing at this one. The site pads are concrete, in the case of our site it was cracked and broken concrete. Most of the sites are occupied by full time residents, many of them with lots of "stuff" around their RV site. A large number of the residents seem to leave for work in their diesel trucks at about 5:30am. There are full hookups with cable. The sewer drain at my site was a plastic lined hole in the ground with a rock on top of it. They make a point that they have WiFi available at ALL sites. It's true, I could see a WiFi network connection on my device but most of the time I could not connect to it and if I could there was no service.
In my opinion, the condition of the bathrooms is the single most important indication as to how the management takes care of the park and how they view the guest. The bathrooms here show a complete lack of concern for maintenance, cleanliness and respect for their guests. They are the worst bathrooms I have seen at any RV park. They are dirty, broken, beaten up and not even supplied with toilet paper, soap or paper towels. Some of the bathrooms had doorways that were so warped that you couldn't close and latch the door.
Since there are mostly full time residents there aren't any other guest facilities. There is a building that is referred to as a "clubhouse" but the outside deck is full of old washers, dryers and other presumably non-working appliances. The main building has a nice deck that looks out over one of the ponds but there is a lack of chairs or sofas for guest use. Only one table with a couple of chairs with very dirty cushions on the back deck. It's nice to visit different RV parks and to experience their unique personalities. Unfortunately, this one has no personality. This is a Good Sam park which should be re-rated. We paid $26 per night, too much. - Coopsecondact
Jan 2016 - $25.00
People friendly. Helped us get to our cite. Campsites were too close together. Lots of permanent or temporary long-term stay residence. Didn't feel safe. Very close, concrete pad sites. Mostly open area. OK for an overnight. - glohills
Apr 2014 - $25.00
Blazing fast WiFi, concrete level sites, stocked ponds for fishing, friendly staff, easy highway access, and great water pressure. Lots of open area for dogs to be walked, but no dog park. Great value for the price. We would stay here again! - Axe and Cindy
Mar 2011 - $15.00
We stayed here while working at a plant in the area. Monthly rate could not be beat. Owners are great people, making this a very pleasant stay. This RV Park is pet and kid friendly, even though there is not any facilities such as playgrounds for kids. Proximity to Sulphur and Lake Charles, La as well as to the Louisiana Gulf Coast makes this park conveniently located. There are no large shade trees at the present, but over 25 have recently been planted as the past hurricanes had wiped out the large oaks that had been on the property. Cable and phone are available through a local company. Facilities such as laundry, restrooms and showers are cleaned daily. We will definitely stay here anytime we are in the area. - Deb Anderson
Sep 2016 - $21.00
We stayed for five nights because of family living nearby. The manager was very nice and escorted our 42' to our site in his golf cart. Very personable. There was NO dog poop anywhere, However, there were little piles of mud all around the park caused by "mudbugs" ~ crawfish/crawdads that live underground because of the high water levels. There were two Chihuahuas running around, but the manager told the owners that there was a leash requirement, so that stopped. No other dog problems or sounds that week. No construction workers. The park is very old and was devastated by Katrina, but it was okay for short stays. Not a resort, well worn, but okay. - Papa Larry
Jan 2014 - $22.00
Easy access from highway. Open pull through sites. Appears to be an older campground with no WiFi or cable. We were able to get local channels off the antenna. Showers and laundry available but we didn't use them. A little road noise but not loud enough to be bothersome. - Harry R
May 2013 - $22.00
Park owners very pleasant and caring. Noise from freeway unbelievable -all night. - Kings USA Travels
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Mostly long-term construction workers, not a tourist place. Laundry/rec room was huge, but filthy (it was never cleaned during the 2 weeks we stayed). We had to wash out the washers before using them. Sites were covered with "decorative" 3-6 inch rocks - difficult to walk on, especially for older, unsteady persons. Entry road almost required 4-wheel drive. Some interior roads were nicely paved, others were dirt jeep trails. Train noises were noticeable, but surprisingly not irritating. They were so long it almost became soothing background noise. WiFi was non-existent at the site, but we were able to get Time-Warner cable internet for about $6 for a month, and it was quite good. - Neil_and_Sandy
Mar 2018 - $12.00
Small county park right on the Intracoastal waterway. Great view of busy waterway barge traffic from sites 3-12 (site 9 is narrower, no table). Sites are quite wide. 50A & water, onsite dump station. Sites are gravel. Reasonable dog walking, ok shower.
Traffic crossing steel span of highway lift bridge is very noisy due to huge construction project nearby. It does get quieter after dark. Bugs everywhere at night.
NOTE: Entrance is a sharp right JUST after crossing bridge. It is marked but no warning.
Sites 3-12 are clearly designed for motorhomes to be able to pull straight in to the fence to view the waterway through the windshield. The camp host claims they are back-in sites; ignore her. Trailers backing into these sites will have doors and utilities on the wrong sides. Utilities on the other sites are conventionally oriented for backing in but those sites don't have great views that 3-12 have. - bobcovey
Jan 2017 - $6.00
This is a Parish owned park and the rate shown is with the National Park Service Golden age passport. Full rate is $12. The barges, pushed by tugs, are at your door step and are unique to watch. The highway is a fair distance away but the lift bridge has a metal grate roadway surface and makes a loud roar if the semi-trucks have off road treaded tires. All other trucks are not bad and cars and pickups are quiet. This place fills up in the summer as it has 2 boat ramps and the fishermen take over. - MH-Tom
Dec 2015 - $12.00
This place is a find! It's a county park mostly geared toward fishing, but is a great place to use as a base for exploring the wildlife refuges along this part of the Gulf Coast. It's electric & water only but has a dump station, restrooms and showers, boat ramp, and it's right on the Intracoastal Waterway. AND, it's only $12 per day! The shower/restroom was very basic and not real appealing so I just used ours, but it's available if you need it. No wi-fi, but Verizon worked fine. I particularly enjoyed watching all the tugboats and barges going by. Amazing to see the amount of oil & gas industry activity in the area. There are nice large areas of grass to walk the dog, but there were quite a few mosquitoes so don't forget the bug spray. The resident caretakers collect the fee, but in our case they never came around to get it so I had to go knock on the door. The lady apologized and said she'd been sick, but I just mention it because the signs don't give any indication or who or how to pay. I would absolutely go back again and probably will. - Pdxjoanne