Best Places for Camping in New Orleans

Big Lagoon State Park

This is a 704-acre coastal park near Pensacola is rated as one of the best Florida’s state parks.

Bayou Segnette State Park

This remarkable habitat is home to alligators, nutria, armadillos, raccoon, opossum, American mink, and all kinds of birds, including bald eagles.

Fairview Riverside

This wonderful park is less than 35-miles north of New Orleans on the other side of Lake Pontchartrain.

Grand Isle State Park

Visitors come here to birdwatch, beachcombing, boat, crab, fish, swim in the warm gulf waters, and camp.

Lake Fausse Camping

This park near St. Martinville spans 6,000-acres of beautiful watery wilderness. a plantation house built in 1815 by the wealthy Creole.

Cypremort Point State Park

Around two hours west of New Orleans, you’ll find Cypremort Point, the only location near the Gulf of Mexico that you can drive to.

Tickfaw State Park

Encompassing a hardwood forest, a tupelo/cypress swamp, mixed hardwood, pine forest, and the Tickfaw River.

Gulf Islands National Seashore

The Gulf Islands National Seashore offers tons of recreational opportunities for nature lovers.

Chicot State Park

Hiking trails criss-cross Chicot’s stunning landscape of cypress-tupelo lakes, hardwood uplands, and stunning mature magnolia forest.

Sam Houston Jones State Park

There are hundreds of different species of animals too, including 200 different species of birds.

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