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Travel Acadiana

Complete guide to camping in Acadiana

Enjoy a little nature this summertime

Cabin Experience

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L’Acadie Inn & RV Park

Cajun’s know hospitality. The locally owned L’Acadie Inn & RV Park boasts beautiful rooms with a down to Earth experience. Get back to your Cajun roots by viewing one of the Cajun films they have available, munch down on a Cajun breakfast on the weekends, and check out their Cajun library as well! If you’re already in touch with your Cajun roots, take the weekend to fish and cook up a few local treats of your own.

Poche’s RV Park

Big family? Poche’s has you covered. Boasting cabins that can “accommodate any size family” there’s never been a better time to go out and see what Breaux Bridge has to offer. With five large stocked ponds that total over 50 acres, you and your loved ones are sure to catch your next trophy here at Poche’s RV Park. If fishing isn’t your cup of tea, take a dip in their pool to beat the summer heat.

Palmetto Island State Park

If you’re really looking for an up-close view of Louisiana’s nature, look no further than Palmetto Island State Park. With launches not only for boats, but for canoes and kayaks as well. Be sure your camera is ready to catch every single lovely moment of the native plants around you. At night, retire to one of their six private vacation cabins complete with screened in porches, in case the crickets wish to sing you to sleep.

The RV Life

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Isle of Iberia RV Resort

If you have a huge list of summer vacation ideas that you know you just won’t be able to make it around to, Isle of Iberia RV Resort is your one-stop-shop to make all of your summer dreams come true. There is a pool and water activity area, restaurant and more. The Isle host several events for the public as well as their campers, like the Beats on the Bayou Concert Series!

Catfish Heaven

Yes, it’s heaven, but not only for catfish. Though Catfish Heaven has a well-stocked pond for fishing, they also have great playgrounds and pavilions. Take a well-earned meal after a long day under the pavilion as you BBQ your latest catch. Or, if you’re looking for a more air-conditioned or large party experience, Catfish Heaven also has a commercial kitchen available for reservations as well.

Cajun Palms RV Resort

Get a resort experience right here in South Louisiana with Cajun Palms RV Resort. Hook up your RV to the fun! Take a dip in the two pools with beverage service, go for a little indoor run at their exercise room, or take in a little bit of local music at the bandstand. If you’re feeling a little beachy, gather your crew for a beach volleyball battle, and then take a dip in the hot tub for a victory lap.

Pitch a Tent

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KOA Lafayette

Visit the boudin capital of the world at KOA Lafayette. Bring your tent and camp out to hit Billy’s Boudin early in the morning before the rush, then take your bounty over to KOA’s beautiful lake to enjoy the sun. After, head over to their 18-hole miniature golf course to really prove your skills. Forgot your ice cream snack at home? Visit KOA’s well-stocked convenience store to sate your cravings.

Kemper Williams Park

Want a quieter tenting experience? Kemper Williams welcomes solo vacationers looking to gaze up at the night’s sky, yet still close to amenities. Buckling the Atchafalaya at Idlewood’s award-winning golf course, you can catch a round of golf in between exploring around you. Pop into Patterson’s aviation museum or take a lovely paddling trail while relaxing with a bit of bird watching before settling down for the evening.

Lake Fausse Point State Park

Lake Fausse Point State Park is a 6,000-acre mammoth. Rich in Louisiana legacy and exquisitely culturally diverse, this park is a must see. With three gorgeous hiking trails, it’s a must hike as well. Take pride in your surroundings, knowing that you camp among history. Be sure to venture out to the nearby Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site to bask in the romance of Evangeline and Gabriel, the two star-crossed Acadian lovers.

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