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26 RV Parks near Sulphur, Louisiana
Jun 2019 - $45.00
Stayed here before, nice for. 1 nighter, clean, nice staff, free ice, strong WiFi, 50 amp power, spacious pull thru site 49. Many full time residents working in area. Horrible roads west and east of Beaumont to Louisiana State line - unfinished road construction, narrowed roadways to close to concrete barriers, neglected equipment parked on side of roads. There are two motel buildings in the front and RV sites in the back - great for a stop over heading East. - Oooooooo
Jun 2019 - $40.00
This is a very nice park - clean, well maintained, level concrete pads, lots of grass for the doggies, not roomy, but spaced better than many, friendly staff. We were here for two nights to rest from a 60-day adventure, and had it not been for the weather (hot, humid, rainy), we would have enjoyed the park/area even more. - Will D
May 2019 - $39.00
There are a lot of extended stays here but most sites are well kept and rigs are in good shape. We stopped here for the night on our way to New Orleans. It was easy in and out. - PRG
Mar 2011 - $15.00
We stayed here while working at a plant in the area. Monthly rate could not be beat. Owners are great people, making this a very pleasant stay. This RV Park is pet and kid friendly, even though there is not any facilities such as playgrounds for kids. Proximity to Sulphur and Lake Charles, La as well as to the Louisiana Gulf Coast makes this park conveniently located. There are no large shade trees at the present, but over 25 have recently been planted as the past hurricanes had wiped out the large oaks that had been on the property. Cable and phone are available through a local company. Facilities such as laundry, restrooms and showers are cleaned daily. We will definitely stay here anytime we are in the area. - Deb Anderson
Jul 2019 - $48.00
Way more expensive than it used to be. The local refineries have so many temp workers staying there, they can gouge them. The restrooms/showers haven't been upgraded since the hurricane 10 years ago. We used to stay there, but not any more. - Friz
Mar 2016 - $26.00
Sometimes you end up at an RV park that gives you an appreciation for what qualities made a good RV park and those qualities are mostly missing at this one. The site pads are concrete, in the case of our site it was cracked and broken concrete. Most of the sites are occupied by full time residents, many of them with lots of "stuff" around their RV site. A large number of the residents seem to leave for work in their diesel trucks at about 5:30am. There are full hookups with cable. The sewer drain at my site was a plastic lined hole in the ground with a rock on top of it. They make a point that they have WiFi available at ALL sites. It's true, I could see a WiFi network connection on my device but most of the time I could not connect to it and if I could there was no service.
In my opinion, the condition of the bathrooms is the single most important indication as to how the management takes care of the park and how they view the guest. The bathrooms here show a complete lack of concern for maintenance, cleanliness and respect for their guests. They are the worst bathrooms I have seen at any RV park. They are dirty, broken, beaten up and not even supplied with toilet paper, soap or paper towels. Some of the bathrooms had doorways that were so warped that you couldn't close and latch the door.
Since there are mostly full time residents there aren't any other guest facilities. There is a building that is referred to as a "clubhouse" but the outside deck is full of old washers, dryers and other presumably non-working appliances. The main building has a nice deck that looks out over one of the ponds but there is a lack of chairs or sofas for guest use. Only one table with a couple of chairs with very dirty cushions on the back deck. It's nice to visit different RV parks and to experience their unique personalities. Unfortunately, this one has no personality. This is a Good Sam park which should be re-rated. We paid $26 per night, too much. - Coopsecondact
Jan 2016 - $25.00
People friendly. Helped us get to our cite. Campsites were too close together. Lots of permanent or temporary long-term stay residence. Didn't feel safe. Very close, concrete pad sites. Mostly open area. OK for an overnight. - glohills
Mar 2018 - $12.00
Small county park right on the Intracoastal waterway. Great view of busy waterway barge traffic from sites 3-12 (site 9 is narrower, no table). Sites are quite wide. 50A & water, onsite dump station. Sites are gravel. Reasonable dog walking, ok shower.
Traffic crossing steel span of highway lift bridge is very noisy due to huge construction project nearby. It does get quieter after dark. Bugs everywhere at night.
NOTE: Entrance is a sharp right JUST after crossing bridge. It is marked but no warning.
Sites 3-12 are clearly designed for motorhomes to be able to pull straight in to the fence to view the waterway through the windshield. The camp host claims they are back-in sites; ignore her. Trailers backing into these sites will have doors and utilities on the wrong sides. Utilities on the other sites are conventionally oriented for backing in but those sites don't have great views that 3-12 have. - bobcovey
Jan 2017 - $6.00
This is a Parish owned park and the rate shown is with the National Park Service Golden age passport. Full rate is $12. The barges, pushed by tugs, are at your door step and are unique to watch. The highway is a fair distance away but the lift bridge has a metal grate roadway surface and makes a loud roar if the semi-trucks have off road treaded tires. All other trucks are not bad and cars and pickups are quiet. This place fills up in the summer as it has 2 boat ramps and the fishermen take over. - MH-Tom
Dec 2015 - $12.00
This place is a find! It's a county park mostly geared toward fishing, but is a great place to use as a base for exploring the wildlife refuges along this part of the Gulf Coast. It's electric & water only but has a dump station, restrooms and showers, boat ramp, and it's right on the Intracoastal Waterway. AND, it's only $12 per day! The shower/restroom was very basic and not real appealing so I just used ours, but it's available if you need it. No wi-fi, but Verizon worked fine. I particularly enjoyed watching all the tugboats and barges going by. Amazing to see the amount of oil & gas industry activity in the area. There are nice large areas of grass to walk the dog, but there were quite a few mosquitoes so don't forget the bug spray. The resident caretakers collect the fee, but in our case they never came around to get it so I had to go knock on the door. The lady apologized and said she'd been sick, but I just mention it because the signs don't give any indication or who or how to pay. I would absolutely go back again and probably will. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This campground has been demolished. The casino no longer allows any RV parking on their property. The Golden Nugget Casino next door allows RV parking beginning after 6 PM on Sunday and until before noon on Thursday. - Travel Well
Jul 2014 - $50.00
If you're looking for a nice place to stay to use the L'Auberge casino, pool, etc., I thought this was pretty good. There are 15 level concrete pads with some grass and trees in between. I thought it was a reasonable amount of space between pads so it didn't feel too crowded. It has 50 amp power and water with nice, clean hookups, but there is no sewer hookup at the pad. There is, however, a dump station onsite. The weekend rate we paid was $50/night, but that includes use of the pool, which is actually much nicer than I had expected. It's about a 5 minute walk to the hotel/casino entrance, but if you call the valet stand they will send someone in a cart to take you if you don't want to walk. All employees I encountered were very friendly. Be aware there is free parking around the perimeter of the RV area, so you can dry camp if you want to. There are also several buses and 18-wheelers that park there, creating some extra noise. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and will definitely go again. - RedRaider1993
Feb 2014 - $40.00
This is a very busy and noisy park. Lots of construction going on next door with eighteen wheeler parking close by with there engines running all night. The rate is to high with no sewer and one dump station. Someone before us did not clean up after there pet. I will not stay here again. - talsie
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Avoid the Isle of Capri as an RV park. Only 8 sites behind the hotel as if they were an afterthought. Not even a dump station. That's how you will feel if you stay here - like an afterthought. Property is located under I-10 bridge in an industrial area. Casino is adequate but buffet is overpriced and 50/50 on food quality. The place has no soul. - RVondaGO
Dec 2016 - $20.00
We stopped here on our way from Texas to South Carolina. They have maybe 10 spots with electricity. No water or sewage and you are not supposed to put your slides out. Easy access to casino and restaurants. It's right under the bridge and railroad tracks so it was noisy, but worked for what we needed. Security was highly visible and we felt safe there. - KPryor
Nov 2013 - $1.00
We didn't actually hook up to one of their RV sites, but rather dry camped (permitted by the Casino) in the rear parking lot. Staff were gracious and you can't beat the price! We enjoyed a great meal in the Casino restaurant - 3 courses for under $20! The only negative was the noise from the trains close by - tooted their horns as they approached the bridge all through the night! - Linsay
May 2019 - $42.00
This seems like a fairly new park that is still under expansion. The sites are all level concrete, as well as the interior roads. Access is easy to maneuver with the connections right where they should be. Since the park is new, there is no shade. Check-in was quick and the owner very friendly , even helping us get to the park after we made a wrong turn and ended up in downtown Lake Charles. The highway outside the park is quite busy with some road noise, probably worse for us since we had the first site in the park closest to the road. - 2sunkid
Mar 2019 - $42.00
The staffer was very accommodating and explained the campground's history. They are currently in the middle of a nice expansion project adding several additional camping sites, all to be concrete surfaced roadways and sites. The restroom is clean and conveniently located at the head of the park by the office. The roadways are paved as well as the sites. The sites aren't quite wide enough for some of the newer large rigs, however, the park has added stepping stones and gravel to accommodate accessing the water/sewer/electric connections. - SteveDahl
Nov 2018 - $36.00
This is a nice RV park in the Lake Charles area. Almost all of the spaces have full time residents that work in the area, but the park is clean, quiet, well maintained and all of the RVs there are kept neat. The owner was friendly and helpful and everyone we met in the park was friendly as well. The park has easy access into and out of and through the park. We had a concrete pull through site that was easy to navigate into and was level. The site had a table and chairs provided to enjoy the patio outside. All hookups were in great shape. We got good Verizon cell reception and good satellite reception. The park was in a nice location to get into Lake Charles, the casinos, or to explore the Sabine National Wildlife Preserve. The only drawback was a fair amount of road noise in the mornings from the traffic heading to work on the road outside the park. Overall, though, we definitely enjoyed our stay and would be back to this park if we go back to Lake Charles. - Buckeyefan4
Aug 2019 - $26.00
This is a nice State Park, seems to be well taken care of. Lots of hiking trails. Boat launch available. Play-land for kids. Occasional alligators ?. Look for “Maggie” the friendly deer, She will eat from your hand. - M Long
Jun 2019 - $35.00
We stayed here 2 nights. Site was paved, area around site was grass and because they had a lot of rain - kinda muddy. Park itself has paved roads, great for bicycling, saw deer closeup, lots of shade trees. Had a full hookup 50amp,water,sewer but there was a dump station there. Plenty of room between sites. - Jeriann
Jan 2019 - $32.00
This park is not recommended for large class A motorhomes or large 5th wheels. It is extremely tight on the sites and the roads within the campground. The roadways are so tight that I actually clipped one of the site markers with my motor home trying to get into our site. If you are longer than 34 feet, you will do better looking elsewhere. I will not return here. The sites are laid out rather weird, so that you are backing into your neighbor behind your site. Really tight and not any separation between the sites. I can not emphasize enough that this is not a place for large RVs. - Newjade
May 2014 - $15.00
Where to begin. I have camped here for three months. What was once thought to be a good place has turned out to be the opposite. There is a self proclaimed park ranger who is a sneaky as a crook. We were told of a washing facility that was supposedly able to use was broke. Come to find out it was a lie they are using it for their benefit and telling us differently. There are showers here that nobody can use or access. The owner upped the monthly rent 100 buck and charges 13 percent tax. The electric has went out on use three separate occasion and could not get anyone to see about it. First time I tracked it to the pole on the property and fixed it myself. Second time the same issue. Third time the self proclaimed park ranger accused another tenant of blowing the fuses hooking up a dryer I never seen moved. There are two gentlemen who think they have control over everything here. The staff is rude and the owner ghoul or whomever you spell his name is an asshole when approach with any complaint or need. There is no lighting in the slip at night for the boat launch. Every wed there is a bass tournament and people everywhere encroaching on you parking. I have seen the yardman twice. he has no regard for personal property. Another instance my neighbor got his power unplugged in the middle of the night with a lock on his box with no warning. I take he was out of town working which the power stayed on but when he didn't pay his lot rent immediately upon his return. I witnessed this personally. They locked him out which was less than one day upon return. I moved his camper two day later because he had to return to work. It destroyed his refrigerator and the smell I can't get rid of it. All in all I would stay clear of Parkside Marina Resort. I believe the electrical has messed something up with my camper. I have made friends with 4 people staying here and their complaints are as valid as mine. - madstormenterprisellc