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12 RV Parks near Jeanerette, Louisiana
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Jeanerette. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Jeanerette in the left hand column.
Dec 2018 - $22.00
Nice pull throughs with FHU, table & own garbage can. On concrete with grass between. Cable & wifi good. - c+j p 5rvers
Aug 2018 - $15.00
Smallish park ,no frills , clean no shade no showers / bath house etc. not much here other than the casino which was nearly empty during the week. We got a players card and ate free. Maybe would stay here again but would probably look else where - Usaerrb19
Feb 2018 - $15.00
I gave this park a 10 for what it is. Nice, clean place to stay overnight or a few nights. This is not a resort. I was able to get my 42' 5th wheel in and out with no problems. There are 9 pull thru's and 9 large back ins that I probably could get my rig backed in with my limited backing skills. I paid $22.00 for my second night there, that is the weekend rate. We got a players card and we got $15.00 off a meal and $15.00 to gamble with. The food was pretty good for casino food. I almost ate for free. You can't beat the value here. I would stay here again. - MountainFolk
Mar 2013 - $25.00
Friendly staff and good RV Park. Great Wi-Fi close to the office, and just off highway 90 and 83 interchange. Did not use bathrooms while here, so don't know about them. Spacious and it appears to have some long term residents. Great place to stay to explore New Iberia and Avery Island which are close by. - Legends Of America
Apr 2007 - $20.00
This is not a campground, this is a trailer park. We did not see another "camper". The restrooms, laundry facilities, and pool were very dirty. I would not stay again. - bcampbell
Apr 2005 - $20.00
If it has rained recently this park is VERY muddy. Lots of road noise from adjacent highway 90. Many long-term residents. Several vehicles (RV plus 2-3 car/trucks) at many sites making navigation difficult. Sites are small for big rigs. Night security lights very glary. Not many choices in this area. - cowboy
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
May 2019 - $42.00
Great for sightseeing Avery Island, the Tabasco Factory and many more. Reasonably quiet but you can hear the roadnoise a bit. Great HD reception on the antenne but you get free cable we did not use. WiFi is good for email and free. Lots of longstayers some sites are for short stay. Gravel, gras. - Traveller Excel
Apr 2019 - $39.00
Campground is in a good location to city, and attractions. Avery Island is easy 6 mile drive. Grounds are large with massive well kept grass areas. Fishing pond on site also. Hook ups worked good. WiFi was slow to non existant during waking hours. Site was pretty much dirt and gravel with old patio slab. Some long term residents in well kept spaces, and were not a problem. Overall quiet and average for price. Beware park office insists on copying Good Sam card which is fine, but also insists on copying your drivers license for short term rental for no apparent reason when asked why. May not be a problem for some, but having an unsecured copy of my drivers license in circulation with credit card Info, is problematic. Was told nicely if I didn't like the policy I could go elsewhere. Just seems like a strange practice in 25 years of camping have never had to do. Was told the copies get shredded the day you leave. Pleasant stay but would not return due to drivers license policy. - Randoni99
Mar 2019 - $33.00
Wifi was good, back in site with a concrete patio, cable was fuzzy on some channels, gravel surface with room to park my truck beside, some road noise. all hookups worked well. - DBSnowbirds
Apr 2019 - $47.00
Springtime buyer beware. When we looked at the website there was a pool, a lazy river, a place for cocktails & food called Tropicajun. When we got there, it was a parking lot with utilities. I don't know where those things are but they are not visible in the park. It was 85 degrees outside. We arrived hot, tired and hungry. We were charged summer rates in April, but absolutely NO summer amenities were available. Also, there is no cable. We were so disappointed. After a Good Sam discount we paid $47.00. - CharDu
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Great pool with a lazy river and kids splash pad. Good bar and snack stand. Tried but didn't catch any fish in the stock pond. Had onsite laundry but didn't use. Pads are level but a little to close together for my taste. No cable. - ArmyDave
Jun 2018 - $45.00
As others have said, the sites are narrower than I'd like. However they are long. We pulled too far forward and had to back up to reach the pedestal. There was room to park either in front or in the rear of our MH!. The ground to either side does drop off. and then levels out. We have a fire ring, but did not bother, we were here to see a few sites. The pool and the 'Lazy River' I could learn to like that! Good OTA TV, no cable yet. No shade, maybe they'll plant some trees. All in all we would return. - blues traveler
Apr 2012 - $15.00
This is a small, country campground on Lake Peigneur. The owner is a retired gentleman that is very accommodating and easy to get along with. There is a pier, boat launch, and a clubhouse. Sites 13 and 17 are the best for lakeside parking. There is a dump station. The reason I rated it an 8 is because there are no restrooms or showers or sewer hookups and only 30amp electric. This is a fantastic campground for a weekend getaway on the lake. - malojeer
Apr 2018 - $25.00
I stayed here for 4 nights working in nearby St. Martinville. The park is clean and most of the sites are away from Hwy 90 so quiet. I was close to the back and it was very quiet. There are a lot of workers staying here and some longer term residents. The road coming in is gravel and a bit rough but nothing too bad. Site is gravel and level, full hook ups, and all back in sites. The campground is very clean and seems well kept, a good bit of trees but none in the way and a good amount of space between sites.
Cash or check only, no credit cards. - DavzCarz
Dec 2017 - $25.00
Stayed 3 nights. WIFI was better than most parks. Host was good to us. Park has mostly long term residents. However, you could not tell they were long term, all sites were clean and orderly for most part. Road noise was not bad. Park has a bunch of speed bumps to keep traffic slow, which it is. We enjoyed our stay in this no frills park. Didn't use restrooms, but office was clean. We would stay again. - FTatcret2013
Jul 2015 - $25.00
The staff is Incredibly rude, took the enjoyment out of the stay. Park looks good until it rains and then it floods. Water covers the roads. Roads have huge pot holes. Bathrooms appear to be clean but are small and dark. - Articrob
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Was once a nice park, but has been severely neglected over the past few years. Bathrooms not cleaned once during our stay (4 days). OK for a overnight stopover, but that's about it. - JCH44
Apr 2018 - $28.00
Nice clean, quiet park. The owner was very friendly and helpful. All the hookups worked well. The park is a bit off the beaten path, so there was no traffic noise. We stayed on a Saturday, so neither our Passport America nor our Good Sam cards counted for discounts. However, the value was still satisfactory. We would return to this park. - John A Guderian
Oct 2017 - $18.00
Really hate to make negative comments about a facility, especially when the owners are no nice and park so attractive. The park is located about 12 miles off of I-10 on some of the roughest roads we have traveled on in Louisiana. We have driven on some dirt roads not as rough. Tree branches lining the paved road in the RV park need to be trimmed as some thin/light branches brushed against the coach several times as we transitioned thorough the park.
The sites are extremely narrow, some of the narrowest we have seen. If all the sites were being used, you would not be able to extend slides and awnings if your neighbors were attempting the same. Park had very few RV's during our stay. When not busy/at capacity, our site functioned as a drive thru, however at busier times, there would be two RV's on the site, back-to-back and the site would be a back-in. Sites, in my opinion, just do not lend themselves to any outdoor patio enjoyment/living. Too narrow, no adequate room for carpet, picnic table, BBQ or chairs. With that said, our overnight stay was only $17.50 for full hookups with Passport America discount.
Roads in the park are paved and narrow. Most sites appear level with concrete pads, some beginning to crack and a few with broken sections and very small grass patio. All utilities worked as intended with pedestals very close to the coach on both sides.
This park has a very large recreational and play area. Lots of open fields, lovely pool area and large covered pavilion. Park was clean and grass cut. Open sky for satellite reception. Verizon, Sprint and T Mobile all worked well. This venue would lend itself well to a family reunion with children where all activities were at the main pavilion and pool area.
The Passport America rate is awesome, however I do not believe we would return to this park primarily due to the rough 10 mile drive in and out and the narrow campsites. - ECM1
Sep 2018 - $24.00
Good for what it is, a zero frills low-cost overnight stop. Back in gravel sites that are easy to get in and out of, FHU, no Wi-Fi. We came in right after a tropical depression and there were plenty of big mud puddles, But we avoided most with a little effort. You can stay at another site for a lot more money or stay at Walmart for free, but if you want inexpensive digs overnight then this fits the bill. With movies and dining nearby, were happy with this as an overnight stop. The manager was very nice and easy-going. - darwinmoore
May 2016 - $20.00
We stay here when we are in Lafayette. A lot of work is being done to clean up, trees trimmed so Satelite works on most sites. Close to good food. No pool but who cares I don't come to Lafayette for a pool. If you use Silver Sneakers Snap fitness is about 1/2 miles, I need to work out after all the food. Go to BJ's for a Shrimp PoBoy and fries. You won't be disappointed, about 1/2 mile. - User2314
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Spent one night at this park and while the park manager was friendly and nice, will not stop again. Traffic noise was so loud you felt like you were in the median strip on the highway and did not let up until after 10:30 or so. It appeared there were a number of old and abandoned RVs parked there. Since our camper has no bathroom, we had to use the shower and restroom, and they were in bad shape. There was a plunger by the toilets which were not functioning properly, no exhaust fan of any type that I could see for the showers, and not clean. That experience taught me to look at the bathrooms to check them before parking there. - Travellite14