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Best Campgrounds in New Orleans

Megha Dahake
Based on the northern shoreline, the Big Lagoon State Park divides the mainland from Perdido Key and the Gulf of Mexico. The park  fulfills one's wishes of camping, swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, and hiking.
Big Lagoon State Park
Boating, fishing, camping, canoeing, hiking, picnicking, playgrounds and, of course, swimming in the trendy pool, the park offers all in one package! Fishing is special here as it has exclusive blend of freshwater and saltwater pool.
Bayou Segnette State Park
Interested in detaching yourself from the city clatters and pamper yourself with a quiet, lovely spot? Ponder through this stunning state park for your next outing!
Fairview Riverside State Park
It is a 1 mile beach with amazing fishing joint. State officials roughly estimated that 280 kinds of fish thrive in these waters.
Grand Isle State Park
Lake Fausse Pointe State Park dwells in a 6,000-acre located in the Atchafalaya Basin. At the edge of an attractive water bush, is a flawless plugin so that one can discover the rich cultural heritage of South Louisiana.
Lake Fausse
Parcel the sunblock, fasten on your jet skis and bang away to this watersports hub. It has a distinctive topography situated on the Vermilion Bay and less than ten miles from the Gulf of Mexico.
Cypremort Point State Park
Meaning of Tickfaw is “Rest Among the Pines,”. It gained popularity due to its beautiful scenery, rejuvenation activities, and propinquity to the state's two major cosmopolitan regions of New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Tickfaw State Park
Gulf Islands National Seashore provides relaxation and reserves significant natural wealth alongside the Gulf of Mexico barrier islands of Florida and Mississippi. The secured sections consist of mainland regions and chunks of seven islands.
Gulf Islands National Seashore
It is positioned in the Prairie Cajun Country between the Atchafalaya Basin swamps and the hills of central Louisiana. Fishes found in the waters of over 6,400 acres are largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and red-ear sunfish.
Chicot State Park
The park includes profuse wildlife comprising squirrels, bobcats, rabbits, alligators, otters, nutria rats, raccoons, foxes, and diverse birdlife. Holding over 1,000 acres of lakes, trees, and rivers it is indeed a camper’s nirvana!
Sam Houston Jones State Park