Lamar-Dixon Expo Center

(3) Reviews

9039 S. Street Landry Avenue, Gonzales, LA, 70737

Are you looking for a campground in Gonzales, LA? Then Lamar-Dixon Expo Center located on 9039 S. Street Landry Avenue might be the place for you. The site includes . It's open all year.

Last Updated: 06/22/2022

9039 S. Street Landry Avenue, Gonzales, LA, 70737
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Overall Rating: 2.3

Michael Regenthal

DO NOT STAY HERE. Terrible experience. I called several times the week before but the phone line was not working. The one time it did i left a message and never heard back. I came in on sunday. Monday was a holiday. Tuesday i was at work and didn't get back until 730pm. My camper had note on the door that they unplugged me and they were going to tow my camper. All of my groceries were ruined. I called the number on the note and after 45 min of discussion they said they would turn it back on if i promised to come see Ms. Rhonda. But my camper won't cool off very quickly. I had to get a hotel while i waited for them to turn the power back on. The next day i get a call from Ms. Rhonda and first off she said "it doesn't work like that." I explained that i tried to call several times the previous week and she called me a liar. She also said I have to pay for the day that they turned off my power and ruined my food. Do not say here unless you desire the worst experience ever!

Kris Lawrance

This place is bad. It is a gravel parking lot with electric and sewer hook ups in the middle of it. They are not friendly or flexible. I have stayed there 3 years in a row (only because I had to). They have mess my reservation up 2 out of the 3 years, and 1 of those times I had to stay in the real parking lot and run on generator because they had nowhere else to put me. There is no amenities except a bath house, which makes the price seem very high. There are a lot of people that I would say live full time there and have their areas very junky. I would not recommend having to stay here unless this is the last resort. Even then, I would get a hotel before hauling my camper. And I love living in my camper.

Lori S Alexander

nothing fancy by any means, but we had a 50A FHU spot, which always makes us happy, although we did find it a bit pricey at $35 for a gravel pad on basically a parking lot with no amenities other than the bath house. the front section is very crowded with long term rigs, but we were put in the back section, where evidently the short term folks stay.. .very quiet while we were there. However, there are four hookups per utility pole. I am sure it is crowded during events. We would stay here again just for it's convenience to Baton Rouge, and to the Plantations on River Road. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group