We stopped here for one night while traveling on IH-10. It is far enough from the highway that you escape the noise. Everything worked fine, including the Wi-Fi at our site. We camped in a 5-th wheel.
Ok place. Very accessible to Lafayette and the family we were visiting. Unfortunately it was really sloppy because of the rain. That was the most disappointing aspect. Pads were some gravel, but mostly for the wheels of the coach. Only grass (mostly soggy or muddy that weekend -lots of rain)so no good area for a mat to sit out or to BBQ. Site was pretty narrow and I felt like we were right in the hookups of the neighboring RV. Pull through was fine and long enough for our coach and towed PU. Road (last 1.5 miles) to the park is narrow, winding and in need of repaving. Nothing the owners can do but just be alert. Overall it would have been better if the site was not constantly soggy and muddy and drained better. Owners were very nice and did a little fireworks show for the night of July 4th. That was nice.
0 for 2 trying to find a campground that will let me stay with my conversion trailer. I have used this trailer in multiple campgrounds all over the country. I never thought I would run into this problem in Louisiana. Again, if you do not have a regular rv, don't even try. They won't even let you in the gate.
Over the 4th of July, crowded-people didn't respect your space -clean restroom & showers-nicely mowed
We spent one night here. Very nice people, level easy to access spaces and well kept landscaping-lots of grass and trees. Watch carefully for the entrance as it is right at the juncture of Wilderness Trail and St. Claire. Google Maps had us turn on St. Claire and there was no place to turn around. We travel with a 5th wheel.
This was close enough to Lafeyette for us to meet up with K and K after the Beta convention. The owner Butch was very nice and chased me down as I was leaving to tell me my antenna was still up. The grounds were nice. The wifi worked. 10 foot deep swimming pool with two slides, tennis courts, shuffle board... I played my own game of washers Kristi had made for me. Will stay here again when I am in the area. I went to Cajun Palms first and took one look at it and turned around. Not really my kind of place. That is when I looked up this place and was glad I did.
Quiet place. No big truck,no plane, no train sounds. Friendly people. Nice pool and facilities. Narrow winding road with low tree branches off of main concern, road, if you can call it that. Spots are very wet and the exit road was all muddy with small lakes in ruts.
Our I-10 transit favorite for the past four years. Grab take out from Prejeans; Park is two miles away down a quiet and slightly narrow country road but very access friendly big rig spaces. Quiet, serene setting on the bayou. Well maintained and well run
Stayed at BW during an RV Show and to wait out a passing thunder storm. The staff was helpful, facilities clean and the sites level. I even met the owner while out walking the dogs and she is a very nice lady who cared very much about our stay. I will stay again next time I am passing thru the area.
Nice park. Well maintained, level gravel pads with a concrete place to put your table (bring your own). Lots of open space to walk your dog, small lake with huge old cypress trees. Checked in by very nice young man who recommended a great restaurant in Lafayette and even what to order. Lots of kids on weekend. Typical poorly maintained Louisiana roads leading from I 49 to park. Interstate 10 is a mess from the Atchafalaya Basin to Lafayette.
As I was working in the area for a few months, I stayed here from Nov 2018 to Jan 2019. The folks that run the place are super-nice, as are their entire team (esp. Miss Michelle). It is secluded, and quiet. There are stores/restaurants just a few miles away (Lowe's, Grocery, Super-Walmart, Phat Franks, Big Al's, Vidrine's Steakhouse, Prejeans, etc.). Many of the long-stay folks are people like me that are working in the area. We did see an influx of families and such around Thur afternoons to stay for the weekends. They have an outdoor pool (open seasonally), and a play area for the kids. I enjoyed taking a break from the computer to walk the grounds, and meander around the bayou at the rear of the park. Plenty of Cypress Trees with Spanish moss hanging from the branches, and boscoyos (cypress knees) pushing through the duck weed in the water. No vampires (but I didn't go back there at night). The only tough thing about this park is something that plagues all of Louisiana. A very high water table ensures that it takes a while after a rain for the water to drain off the park. A couple of times during my stay, my site filled up to the steps (~8") with water during a good "Louisiana Frog-Strangler". There were sites that were a little higher than mine, that weren't impacted, or at least as much as mine. I would love to stay at this park again, but if it's the rainy-season, I'll request a site at a little higher elevation. C'est si bon, ya'll.
Very clean, spacious, and quiet. We stopped for one night. We would differently stay again.