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With rich history, amazing cultural scene, and top-notch spots for wining and dining, the capital city of Louisiana will easily climb to the top of your bucket list. Book an RV in Baton Rouge, the most exciting way to get to all its sights and attractions. You can also park your vehicle and hop on one of the buses and easily navigate the city. Coming to this part of Louisiana will be thrilling for every outdoor enthusiast, because the city is bordered to the west by the Mississippi River, whose coastal plains hide incredible nature. Named after a red stick used to separate Native American territories, this vibrant metropolis never ceases to amaze.

When you rent a motorhome in Baton Rouge, you can reach other energetic cities waiting for you to explore them in no time. New Orleans, with attractions such as the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, will surely provide a wonderful time. The historical and art museums of Lafayette are waiting for you just an hour to the west.

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The Great Outdoors

With so many excellent Baton Rouge RV rentals by owner to choose from, reaching the wonderful natural spots in the region is a breeze. About an hour to the west of the city, you can paddle among the cypress trees in one of the scenic bayous and catch a glimpse of an alligator’s tale disappearing into the water at Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge. Visitors can also take part in fishing and hunting, or just take in the lush, green vegetation. Hikers and bikers will find numerous trails, while wildlife viewing can be done from the old Big Alabama Bridge.

Lake Fausse Pointe State Park is waiting for outdoorsmen to the southwest of the city to arrive in their Baton Rouge RV rental and experience the beauty of South Louisiana in all its glory. Find your way through the network of waterways of the Atchafalaya Basin as you slowly move around in your boat or canoe. Camping opportunities include RV sites, backcountry campsites, and even canoe-in campsites only accessible by water. In addition to stunning nature, visitors can get familiar with the culture of the area by going to some of the historical sites in the vicinity.

Many major highways pass through the city, providing quick access to some interesting attractions around it. Get your Baton Rouge rental camper on the I-12 W and in about an hour you will arrive at Fontainebleau State Park. Sitting on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain, this park has everything, from a wonderful stretch of sandy beach to excellent trails for hikers and bikers. Not much remains of the old sugar mill, but it is enough to tell get you familiar with the history of the region. Do not miss out on the chance to find out why this oasis shares the name with a forest in Paris where kings enjoyed spending their free time.

RV Parks

There are quite a few RV parks and campgrounds in Baton Rouge, making it easy for you to rent an RV and find a great place to park it.

Farr Park RV Campground is located right next to the Mississippi River and it welcomes its visitors with water and electric hookups, restroom facilities, and a proximity to many grocery stores and restaurants. It’s adjacent to an equestrian center, so you can enjoy the view of vast green pastures, and even ride a horse. Another option for parking your RV rental is Baton Rouge KOA. It is a pet-friendly campground with a swimming pool and Wi-Fi. The sites have full hookups and there is also propane available on-site. It is close to many fast-food restaurants and supermarkets, as well as popular tourist attractions. In a matter of minutes you can get to some of the famous plantation homes and waterparks.

Several Walmart Supercenters are located in the area, serving as possible overnight parking spots. Make sure to check with the manager before spending the night.

Cajun Country Campground in Port Allen boasts full hookups, a swimming pool, and a camp store. It also has a great location – in less than half an hour you can cross the Mississippi. Once there, you can visit some of the most popular attractions of Baton Rouge, such as the USS Kidd Museum or Louisiana’s Old Capitol.

Exploring the City

When you choose a travel trailer rental in Baton Rouge, you have entered a foodie heaven. Known for amazing restaurants serving unique dishes from Cajun and many other famous cuisines, this city will be a fresh surprise for your palate. Add some excellent bars and pubs in the mix, and you are in for a treat.

Major historical locations abound in the city, and the USS Kidd is one of them. Enter this destroyer and walk through its rooms displaying some interesting artifacts from WWII. You can even spend the night aboard and be completely immersed in its atmosphere.

If you want to admire some extraordinary architecture, stop by the Louisiana’s Old State Capitol. Once a statehouse and today a museum, this beautiful Gothic-style building will definitely pique your interest. The wonderful façade and intricate stained glass patterns best viewed from the inside make it a must-see attraction.

Sports fans will enjoy a visit to the Tiger Stadium located on the campus of Louisiana State University. This huge stadium is home to LSU Tigers football team and is one of the largest stadiums in the world. It is also the venue of the annual Bayou Country Superfest.

Exciting festivals add some more magic to this amazing city. From the colorful Mardi Gras Parade and quality performers at the Blues Festival, to the tasty dishes at the Soul Food Festival, you are in for a good time.

The best RV rental in Baton Rouge is waiting for you to pick it up and start your next Louisiana adventure.

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