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15 RV Parks near Welsh, Louisiana
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Welsh. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Welsh in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $45.00
Nice park just off I-10 east of Lake Charles, LA. Level, paved sites, good spacing, well lit, clean rest rooms and laundry room, great staff. New park, just opened January 2018. - Rae & Mark
Aug 2013 - $50.00
They are too strict; they will lock the bathroom for 4 days if you accidentally leave it open once. Wi-Fi doesn't work very well. They need more washers and dryers. The people that live here are very nosy and stare at you like your crazy. The manager does not bleach the bathroom shower and there is only one for 20+ people. And the toilet looks horrible and the seat is broke, there is never soap to wash your hands or paper towels. There is never toilet paper. Its just somewhere I would not recommend or stay here ever again. - mrs.to.be.
May 2013 - $20.00
Clean, friendly, easy access to park and town is right off IH10. The highway traffic was not an issue, when you sit outside you can see it but you don't hear it. Would camp here again! - cuz
Feb 2010 - $20.00
The previous review was obviously written by owner or close friends. This park is clean, has full hook-ups, no cable, no Wi-Fi, and is a former FEMA camp from Katrina. Half dozen FEMA mobiles and same number of RVs,mostly guys working in Jennings area. It is right along the I-10 and there is LOTS of truck noise 24/7. No washroom or other facilities. No owner/manager on site. You call a number and he tells you where to park. Lots of rain made the field a bog, so he told us to park on a cement pad. No turnaround room at end of road and no pull-throughs. Jennings is a poor Lousiana town, has a Wal-Mart and a small grocery store,couple of restaurants and that's it. There is a better looking park about 20 miles east. We didn't feel unsafe, but not really safe either. - CanCat
Oct 2018 - $22.00
Pot holes, mud, and Dog POOP. Doesn't anyone pick up after their dog? Stayed here a few years ago and this place is headed down the Dumper literally ! Sewer top ring was busted, couldn't screw our connector on, had to weight it down. Power was reading from 114-118. - magic
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
Apr 2018 - $41.00
Convenient overnight stop on I-10, but you have to be willing to put up with highway noise. Tightly-packed, paved spaces with full hookups. This is the definition of a convenience stop rather than a destination park, but it's well-executed. Very good security. I've stayed here many times because of its location. Price is high, but you pay for convenience, and that's what the rating reflects. - telecommuting camper
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We have stayed at this park several times for long term and we love this park. slots are concrete paved roads. The only complaint is that they charge for the showers. We will always return to this park. - waynenichols
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Not positive on nightly rate. We needed a month maybe 2 stay. Most parks in the Lake Charles area are full, and only a couple we would consider staying at because they are very subpar. Cypress Bend is very nicely kept and they checked us in and helped us find a great pull thru site. Lots are very close, ranging from sunny and open, to some shade. Site surface is a concrete pad and features a picnic table and patio. If you need an overnight stop or monthly, this is a great choice. - Land Yacht Ahoy
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Nice clean little park on the lake. Nothing fancy, has a boat dock, sites are grassy but level and long. You could park trailer, vehicle and a boat no problem. Site 7 is right next to the Camp Store and the WiFi was amazing fast. Store carried a bit of everything. This park is a bit out of the way but was convenient for us on our trek home. Would come here again if we were on this route! - Gloria S.
May 2016 - $35.00
We stayed the weekend during the Regatta, had long time reservations & were given an excellent location. Brother-in-law was beside us in a 43' Motorhome.
Staff were very helpful, the store carries tobacco products, ice & other amenities making it convenient.
It was a grass pad, campers were close & we brought a boat. - JSRFrench
Feb 2013 - $23.00
Great campground! Not elegant, just down home friendly. Sewer, water and electricity work fine. Great sunrises, quiet. Loved it! - John McK
Apr 2018 - $20.00
Very fast check in. Very helpful, friendly staff. Level pull through site. Nothing fancy but had all we needed. Even a pond for my dog to play in. - Bruvtravels
Mar 2018 - $20.00
We were first escorted to a site that was wet with smelly water. We asked for a different site - and it was fine. This campground needs quite a bit of TLC. Many of the trailers are quite run down. It's fine to get off the highway, but that's about it. - CJVJn1Doug
Jun 2017 - $20.00
Excellent WIFI. Pine trees are low hanging and no way to avoid them. Drainage ditches can make some turns difficult for larger rigs. It had just rained when we arrived so there were large puddles we had to drive through. He said they try to keep it graded, but hard to keep up with all the rain they had been getting. Very friendly employees and accommodating. - Liz I.
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
Jan 2009 - $20.00
This is not on our list of "will visit again" for sure. There were some pros. Full hookup, laundromat, convenience store. The cons were the fact that the place was filthy. The laundromat was so bad I wouldn't even go inside, and I didn't even BOTHER checking out the bathrooms. The employees inside the on-site store were also filthy: dirty clothes, dirty hands, etc. YUCK! This place made a very poor impression, and I'd have to say it was the nastiest park we've ever been to! - heavenslilgift