RV Campgrounds near Choupique, LA

RV Campgrounds near Choupique, LA
Choupique, Louisiana, is 60 miles outside New Orleans and is home to Lac Des Allemands and Lake Verret. Fishing, canoeing, bird watching alligator viewing, kayaking and rafting opportunities abound in the area. Low-elevation swamps and bayous dot the landscape, providing a lush green canopy, good for escaping the heat of the southern sun. RV travelers have several options for campgrounds and resorts in the Choupique region.

Hideaway Ponds Recreational Resort

The Hideaway Ponds offers RV campsites for long- and short-term guests. Seasonal rates are available, and many of the guest at the park stay for full winter seasons. There are transient sites, which include 30- or 50-amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi Internet. Pets are allowed, but take care to keep them leashed and out of lakes and water because of alligators. Showers, laundry, swimming pool, guest house, fire rings and barbecue grills are available for use. Fishing, canoeing and kayaking are possible around the campground.

Hideaway Ponds Recreational Resort
6367 Bayou Black Drive
Gibson, LA 70356

Cypress Lake RV Resort

RV camping at the Cypress Lake RV Resort gives direct access to Cypress Lake, with fishing, canoeing, swimming, kayaking, hiking and biking. RV sites are available with 30- or 50-amp electric, sewer, dump station and cable TV. Pets are allowed if leashed. Take advantage of the shower houses for a refreshing shower after a day spent exploring the nearby bayous and swamps, alligator farms and backcountry bi-ways.

Cypress Lake RV Resort
100 Cypress Street
Berwick, LA 70342

D&D RV Park

D&D RV Park offers sites for most RV sizes and includes water, sewer, cable TV and 30- or 50-amp electric hookups. Playground, laundry room, guest house, showers, toilets and barbecue grills are available. Pets are welcome if leashed. A dump station is available for guest use. Fishing and canoeing are found at Lake Vellet or Lac Des Allemands. Try fishing for bluegill, crappie or bass at the lakes. Birders have chances to see herons, egrets and possibly even the rediscovered ivory-billed woodpecker, thought to be extinct until a sighting of one a few years ago.

D&D RV Park
13448 U.S. 90
Boutte, LA 70039

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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