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24 RV Parks near Youngsville, Louisiana
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Youngsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Youngsville in the left hand column.
Sep 2015 - $109.00
This place is horrible!! Please don't ever stay here. The outside appearance is rough, there's a few broke down campers. The cabins are kind of cute from the outside, but there were spider webs all over. The inside of the cabin wash trashy! The bathroom was gross, filthy counter top, the AC was so dirty it stained my hand, tiles missing from floor, the bed looked like it came out of the 70s. It was just a horrible experience. It reminded me of one of those "pay by the hour motels". Thankfully they refunded our money, but not until the owner explained how his mother passed away the night before, his employees embezzled all his money, and the cleaning lady was new. Just so unprofessional. - Ms_Kay15
Aug 2013 - $22.00
NEVER stay there. This place is a mess, weird people around, after dark you are surrounded by thousands of mosquitos (I got more than 30 bites all over my body). Washing machines are available, but NEVER use them. We did, and because they have iron water, most of our clothes were destroyed, and we had to throw away most of the two loads!!! The restrooms do not even have doors. Such a terrible place. - nikotka
Feb 2013 - $35.00
When we called to make a reservation for a week, the office was insistent upon our coming to McGee's Landing first to pay for our week, sign a contract, and then take our money. After we did that, we were told to cross over the levee to the campground. Now I know why we were told to come to McGee's Landing, first. Upon our entrance to the campground we saw: 1. an old washing machine, 2. old tires, 3. empty beer bottles, 4. an old vehicle with its hood propped open, 5. massive amounts of personal trash, 6. an office that is closed and has an old worn out ice maker propped on the porch, 7. broken lawn chairs/other broken items, 8. other campsites that were under water that appeared to have sewage in them, 9. large equipment tearing up tree trunks. We parked our RV only to be approached by a massive sewer smell. There was mud everywhere. It was impossible to walk our dogs without being in mud or approached by stray cats. I will never stay here again! - hootch
Apr 2018 - $10.00
Nice county park. First come and first served with no reservations. $15.00 a night, but if over 55, it is only $10.00 a night. Just pick your spot and ranger will come in the morning to collect the fee. 10 day stay limit. Cute and Nicely maintained Playground. On the water so there is a boat launch. Fairly quiet, but some activity because it backs to a canal so there is some boat traffic, but it is a peaceful setting. The bathrooms are old and a bit rundown, but we did not use them. Verizon signal was weak most of the time with only a 3 G signal. It was busy on the weekend (Easter) with many local people, but not sure it is busy every weekend? However, there were still a couple spots available. ***WARNING*** if you are over 9'6" or 5000 lbs, you must come in through Rt. 3177 Atchafalaya River Hwy. thru Butte LaRose to Herman Dupuis Rd. Do not come in from Henderson Levee Rd. As there is a pontoon bridge with low clearance and weight restriction. - Tracy and beth
Jul 2016 - $26.00
Great place to stay. Lots of activities to do with kids. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, bike riding, etc.. Stayed for the 4th of July weekend. Grounds could be a little neater. Kids said the trails are rough (growing over). Splash park was out of service, not sure why. We had issues with the 30 amp service, had to borrow a 50/30 jumper. I love the place, out in the boonies!! No cell service, awesome!!! Like the old days!! - mjstpierre
Dec 2015 - $22.00
This is a getaway from it all type of park, a place you can disconnect from everything. You are located near the Atchafalaya Basin, so enjoy the natural setting. At this time of year, the park was mostly vacant. After our scheduled stay was over we added a few extra days, it was that relaxing. We were able to choose a waterfront site that had it's own dock for your canoe or kayak. All 50 sites are back-in, mostly level, with the water/power on the wrong side. Not a big deal, our hose and cord easily reached. Mosquito's were minimal, bug spray was optional. Lot's of wildlife for viewing or photography. Night skies are very dark, great for star gazing. The camp host was always friendly and busy at maintaining the sites. Cell service was nonexistent for Verizon, limited for AT&T. Many OTA channels from Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Free WiFI was filtered and slow. Restrooms were dated, but clean. Having free washers/dryers was nice. Many walking trails, but some spots can get sloppy after rains. Canoes, kayaks, and small john boats available for rent. Swimming not allowed due to the gators. Great fishing nearby. Two small grocery stores 10 miles away with the basics. The town of St. Martinville is a little longer drive, but worth the trip to go explore and grab a bite. - don_church
May 2015 - $22.00
Our family loves to camp here and has stayed many times. The trails are nice with some animal sightings, splash pad for kids, fishing is pretty good, and the sites are well maintained.
Bathrooms are not clean, but a lot of this has to do with the "characters" that use them. Louisiana parks are under mandated budget cuts which will effect any manpower and maintenance.
Our stay in May 2015 was very disappointing due to loud, unrefined neighbors. These individuals had family at another site and then had numerous others come in by boat and by car, some after 10:00, when the park had closed. The noisy outside drinking and card playing continued until 1:00 a.m. all weekend.
Future reference for courteous, rule abiding campers - the manager lives on the premises. Call the local sheriff's office (# located on the paper you receive at check-in to put on your dashboard.) The sheriff will contact the park manager and both will come to investigate. Only problem is cell service is pretty much non-existent. You will most likely have to drive to one of the buildings within the park or around the office at the park entrance to get good reception. We will be more prepared should this ever happen again. - Trav_15
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Easy access from I-10 but no road noise. This campground backs up on a swamp. We had a large back in lot with large back yard area. There was a concrete patio and gravel pad for camper. We had a back in site and the gentleman who directed us did a super job. The utilities all worked fine. We would stay here again if in the area. It's a good location to visit the Cajun Cultural Museum in Lafayette. - sammy32
Mar 2018 - $34.00
Pleasantly surprised with this park. Perfect for an overnight, right off I-10 (but because of the bridge over the Atchafalaya, really not much road noise just a rumble in the distance). Sites were mostly back ins, gravel, not overly long, and not overly level. Plenty of space between rigs and lots of area. Pool looked nice, staff was very friendly. Trash picked up at site, and park was very clean. - simsfmly
Oct 2017 - $25.00
We only spent 1 day here, and it rained, was cool, host helped with back in spotting, trash picked up at your site, very nice management, and full time residents. Enjoyed our stay. - Soup