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Ardoyne Plantation house is set in a cluster of live oaks surrounded by sugarcane fields northwest of Houma, Louisiana. The home is owned by the same family that built it in 1888 and is now providing tours to the public! This stately home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its 75-foot tower, cove-molded ceilings, carved fireplace, and Victorian Gothic architecture. We currently only offer dry docking on gravel under the trees. We are new to RV parking so come on by! We offer primitive RV sites for our RVers! Enjoy a full stay by taking a tour of our family home! Plenty of history to learn from here! Hope to see you soon!
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Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM - 7:00 AM.
Dry docking only; RV's must be self-contained. No campfires or tents allowed.
Pets are allowed at RV sites and must be on a leash while walking the grounds. Pets not allowed in the house if taking a tour unless they are official service dogs.
There are many things to do around the area! Make sure to check out a few of these places out to make this trip even more memorable!
-Greenwood Gator Farm
-Annie Miller's Son Swamp Tour
Bed and Breakfast
-Chateau on the Bayou Bed and Breakfast