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7 RV Parks near Brownsville, Louisiana
Sep 2019 - $18.00
This campground is in the Kisatchie National Forest and is run by the national forest service. You cannot make reservations; it is strictly first come, first serves. We were told that week days are almost never a problem, but weekends can be fairly busy. Once you leave Hwy 28 there is really good signage all of the way into the park. It is a narrow winding road, but we had no problem with our 41' fifth wheeler. There 2 loops; loop A has 13 sites and loop B has 28 sites. There is a bathhouse on each loop. There are single sites ($25) and double sites ($30). $15 and $17.50 with a Senior Pass. There is no attendant to take your money. You have to pay at a drop box, and they do not take credit cards: cash or check only. Some of the single sites are very narrow with trees close enough that you would really have to watch your slides. The double-size sites are very spacious and well worth the extra $5. All sites have water and 20/30/50 electricity. At the end of loop A there is a turn that is very tight, so swing as wide as possible if you have a big rig. A few of the sites need work to make them level and improve the surface. There were no street lights so it was nice and dark. We did hear a little noise form Hwy 28, but it was not loud. There were jets flying over some, but that is common all over the world. We looked in the bathhouse, and it was small; two toilets and one shower, but clean and in good shape. We were able to get good OTA TV reception and some cell service (Verizon). We do not have a satellite dish, but from the number of trees I think reception would be poor. The beach area is open only in the summer. We walked down to the area, and it was very nice. There are extensive hiking trails of varying length. - winnie1
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Out of the way on Highway 28. But no golf carts riding around all day. Had an issue with the 50 amp service but the camp host repaired right away. Nothing fancy just a nice place to get away from the hustle. - Obrenn73
Oct 2016 - $10.00
We know to arrive & setup on a Monday or Tuesday in order to grab the best campsite or 1 of the best sites.
Normal camp site prices are $15 single & $20 double.
We are retired & use America the Beautiful Pass.
Campground will fill up on Friday.
Loop B has a nice rubberized playground for children.
Site 29 is a double site at the end of the B loop, extremely large & private surrounded by trees & an easy walk to the lake for fishing from a small pier or bank if you bring tall rubber boots.
On site 29 you will need to level your trailer tires 1 1/2" on the drivers side & to disconnect as the front will be 2 inches lower than the rear.
We lost service for 2 hours after a small storm due to a branch falling on power lines. Cleco did a very good job finding the problem & correcting it in a short time.
Electric box was good & well maintained.
Water pressure requires a reducer which is a common problem during an offseason week before a weekend.
Best bet is to bring a portable wheeled sewer container to take to the dump station as needed. Dump station is 1/2 mile distant.
This is a National Forest area so there is no accumulating & burning deadfalls from the forest. Bring your own bonfire wood.
Love the many walking & bicycle trails.
Do not expect any campsite to be perfectly level, there are no concrete pads but the camping area is solid, not even a motorhome will sink when it rains.
Safety is not a problem, we have camped at Kincaid over 20 times & have left for hours at a time to fish, boat across the lake to Tunks Cypress Inn restaurant or go into town. Never had any problems with thefts.
There is a live-in manager in both section A & section B & both are very nice but put up with zero problems such as loud all night parties, speeding, golf carts which are not street legal.
Small Garbage bins in front of every campsite & are picked up every day. - JSRFrench
May 2019 - $24.00
First let me say we came in late on the Memorial Day Weekend. We had tried calling several times earlier in the day and left messages with phone number, but no response. When we arrived, the office was closed (I assume they like to have a holiday also) with some cell phone numbers. We called these and were assigned a site and were told we could settle-up the next morning - which we did over the phone. We had a toad, and needed a pull-through site. The site was a little short and not level, but since it was late and we were only staying one night we accepted the site and set up. There was a cable connection but it did not work. Also, there apparently is a nearby kennel and occasionally the dogs barked, but it was not an annoyance. Overall, the park is clean and quiet. The bottom line is that we would stay again if passing through Monroe. - John Rodgers
May 2019 - $28.00
Park is very level with mix of pull-thru and back-in sites. Roads are reasonably wide and mostly dirt - did not see mud/rutting. Sites are dirt/gravel. Our site - 24 - was a FHU pull-thru. Electric panel had 30a taped over so had to use a 50a adaptor - not great. We did not use bath/shower/laundry.
Kennel or other facility next door noisy - did not hear inside with a/c running.
OK for overnight along I-20. - P&R Miami
May 2019 - $17.00
As mentioned it is next to a dog facility, but did not hear much where we were parked. They do tell you not to feed the alligators. Yikes! - HB Taxlady
Apr 2018 - $34.00
We were looking for an inexpensive one night stop on our way through the area. It turns out that the commissioners raised their rates beginning this season to $34 a night. I think the campground is seriously overpriced at this rate. Lot number nine was far from level, the concrete pad was full of winters debris and the grill was broken off the pedestal. The park was nice and quiet and there was adequate room between slots. The road to the campground was extremely rough and full of potholes and patches be very careful. We would probably not stay here again. - Wndopdlr1
Sep 2015 - $11.00
City park on lake. Good overnight stop. Good value. Very quiet, easy to find. - tbax46
Oct 2012 - $10.00
Nice City Park. Gravel pad. Picnic table, fire ring, grill on each site on cement pad. Restrooms and shower is across the street. Large city park. Many shelters to rent and a rent-able party room if you were to have a large event. Boat ramp available. Our rate is senior discount. - krisbw
Nov 2017 - $22.00
This campground is about five miles north of Interstate 20 in a residential area of West Monroe. We used it as a base for visiting friends in Monroe, which necessitated considerable driving. This is primarily a working-persons campground with mostly long-term residents. It seems as if they keep three sites open for transients. If you elect to stay, you will want to call ahead as if you just pull into the campground there is no office. There is a manager on site, but he is located far in the back without any indication that he is the manager. We called ahead to make reservations; we were instructed to call back about an hour before arrival, then again after we had arrived. This produced the manager for check-in. This is your very basic campground - nothing fancy. We did not use the restrooms, so cannot comment there. We had planned to use the laundry, but you had to call the owner to come down so that you could pay him and unlock the doors. We chose to do laundry in town. Everyone we encountered was pleasant, but our neighbor started his truck at four in the morning and let it idle for an hour before departure. No WiFi. Our Verizon voice and data were strong and we were able to get the satellite for DirecTV. This campground served our purposes, but we would work to find a different campground if visiting the area. - TheJim
Nov 2018 - $29.00
This is a decent CG with many monthly & permanents, Very clean park. Good AT&T Cell & 2 bars of LTE data, Good Dish Sat & 8 OTA channels. Friendly Staff. Sams Club is 1 mile away. I would return. - Lugnuts
Nov 2018 - $31.00
Very muddy since it had been raining a lot. We had to find a fairly dry spot to spend the night. Good wifi and all hookups worked. Suggest bringing in gravel to keep the sites drier. - arkietraveler
Oct 2018 - $32.00
As others have written, this is a good park: clean, well-managed and maintained. For the most part, it is quiet (hidden by the trees, there is a shooting range nearby and that can be disconcerting at this time in America). The office folks are organized, cheerful and helpful. Two trees, each near the first turns of the entrance and exit, need small, lowest limbs taken off (their leaves brushed our air-conditioner), otherwise, I'd have rated the park a "10". The only tricky part has nothing to do with park management: it is getting to the actual access road on that side of I-20 and not turning too soon and getting forced back onto I-20. Only Exit 120 will work (because there is a bridge out on the access road before the next exit.) The access road, called "Frontage Road", is the next road AFTER the onramp that will force you to get back onto east bound I-20. Go past the first ramp - to the stop light - and then turn left at the light. (The frontage road/access road runs in front of the Hampton Inn hotel.) Nice campground; we will stay there again. - Mom_of_Two
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Stayed overnight dusty and noisy, trash laying around, dogs running loose, have to check in at travel center. Only stop if you are tired and need a place for the night. - gafidler
Oct 2018 - $25.00
We camped here in a 30-ft motorhome, no pull behind. We think this used to be a very nice campground, but it is suffering from old-age and neglect. The drainage, former side-walks and cabins were crumbling or neglected. The best part was the arrival. Check-in was quick and friendly. The interior roads and pads are sparse gravel. The rodas would be tough in a rig larger than ours. The sites are level, but are mostly weeds and fire-ant beds. We got to pick our site as we were the only overnighters there. The utilities worked just fine, cable was no longer offered, but over-the-air channels came in just fine. There was no camp store, but a great ice machine with the honor system for paying was across from the office. The CG itself was clean, but we were very disappointed in the smelly and moldy bathhouse. Given the CG is 99% long-term, not much attention is given to this amenity. About 9pm, a factory of some sort across the street, maybe 200 yards, cranked up equipment that had a low-base thrum that permeated the walls of the motorhome. Sounded like a diesel engine running right outside. We hope the owners can get the facilities back to the original state soon. - DHK
Dec 2017 - $25.00
We spent two nights at Bayou Boeuf RV Park in our 40' fifth wheel. The campground has about 50 spaces but, being mid-week in December, it was only about 25% full. The owners were very friendly and gave us our choice of sites. The site was gravel and plenty long and wide enough to enable us to park our rig, our tow vehicle and a car. The hookups were good and conveniently located. The campground is next to a fairly busy highway so there was some highway noise. We didn't use any of the amenities so can't comment on them. The city of Monroe is about 6 miles away but there are groceries and fuel within 3 miles. This is clearly not a fancy campground but it worked great for a short stay and the price was right. We would return if in the area. - Phil G
Jul 2016 - $23.00
We arrived in November 2015 and stayed until mid July. There aren't many extras but the park is kept clean and the service is excellent. Washer and dryers on premise, lots of shade trees and if your lucky enough to acquire the fenced in area it's worth the little extra (3 kids and 2 dogs). The owners live on site and are great people. Kid and pet friendly. - Ksims