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About Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge RV parks and Baton Rouge campgrounds provide an ideal location to set up camp to explore what all of Louisiana has to offer visitors. The city itself deserves some of your love, too, as the state Capitol is located there, along with LSU, the USS Kidd, and the Magnolia Mound Plantation House, which offers living history tours with actors in costume. Baton Rouge has its own zoo and is home to the Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin’ water park. And if you didn’t already know, Baton Rouge has some of the best soul and Cajun food in the nation.

When looking to get away for the weekend, there is of course New Orleans, but what about the rest of the Louisiana Gulf coast? The towns of Sulphur and Lake Charles are about two hours west on I-10 and serve as a gateway to lesser-visited parks, beaches, and estuaries of the bayou. Visit the birds and gators of the Sabine, Cameron Prairie, and Lacassine National Wildlife Refuges and their nearby beaches and beach towns. Lake Charles has floating casinos where you can try your luck at a poker tourney or hit up the slot machines. The city of Sulphur is home to the SPAR Waterpark, which is a city-run splash pad with pools and slides.

Two hours northwest of Baton Rouge is the town of Alexandria, one of Louisiana’s cultural hubs. The town still has many old houses and buildings, and popular attractions are geared towards the area’s history. Check out the Kent Plantation House, the Louisiana History Museum, or the Delta Music Museum which chronicles the area’s role in shaping most of the music that we enjoy today. But why stop there? Keep on keepin’ on from there and you’ll end up in Shreveport which has its own casinos and points of interest.