5 Parks near Waverly, Louisiana
Apr 2008 - $25.00
Was in a parking lot, no shade, very noisy and lots of traffic. - lisam
Sep 2013 - $20.00
This is a no frills park and there is no cable, no Wi-Fi and no bath facilities. Family owned and appears to be on a working horse ranch. Some of the most friendly folks you will ever come across. Only a few spots and nothing fancy. Quiet, hookups worked and we got a good nights rest. Not much else to ask for in this area. - donleeown
Feb 2008 - $15.00
It was a quiet clean camp. Family owned and operated, the park was spread out, there were four different spots. There was also washers/dryers there for use. Excellent park for traveling workers. Easy access and minutes from town. - kab
Jun 2009 - $15.00
Beautiful place clean and quiet. The owners are friendly and ready to help out any way they can. I recommend this spot for convenince and not hard to find. - kab
Oct 2016 - $26.00
We stayed at one of the three long level asphalt pull throughs. The electric and water connections are close to the site entrance, so that there is still 100 feet of site in front of you once connected. These sites are very wide. The price reflects a $6.00 reservation fee, even though we arrived unannounced. They are a little behind tree trimming near sites 45 and 46 along the exit road. The WiFi antenna was very close, but the signal speed was very very slow. - BobatRetama
May 2016 - $30.00
Poverty Point State Park has a great campground. I made reservations online and called to confirm that a 40' motorhome with slideouts would work in the space. Upon arrival the space was too narrow and not long enough, so I had to upgrade to one of the "improved" spaces. No where online could I find a description of "non-improved" vs "improved".
To upgrade my space, we could not do it over the phone. I had to come back up to the office. At the office there is no where to turn around, so I had to drive out of the park and find a place to turn around in Delhi.
Back at the office, the staff person changed my reservation to a different spot; but when she handed me the receipt, it showed I was still in the original campsite. She fought with the computer system some more and was finally able to get me a pull through spot. However, I ended up having to pay twice, which increased the price per night.
The pull-through spot I ended up in was nice, level, and clean. However, while driving through the park there were several trees that needed to be trimmed to avoid hitting the motorhome.
Overall, I was pleased with the park. I wish they offered single night stays on the weekend. Given the chance I would stay here again. - W0GER
May 2016 - $24.00
This is a GREAT state park. The Reservoir is beautiful, trails are well maintained, and it has a delightful splash pad for the kids. I don't know the age of this park, but it appears to be fairly new. The sites are gravel, spacious, with grass between sites. Each site has a picnic table, bar-b-q and fire pits. Our site was water/electric only, but some sites do have sewer hook up and there are 5 long pull throughs. The park has a laundry room but I did not use it, nor did we use the restrooms/showers. There is also a golf course nearby and club, but not something we used. Even when full on the weekend, the park was peaceful. We will definitely come here again when in this area. - the Fishers