2015 Airstream Sport
2015 Airstream Sport
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Just a few minutes' drive south of the world-famous city of New Orleans, Bayou Segnette Campground appeals to those hoping to blend sightseeing in the French Quarter with a rustic RV camping experience on the outskirts of town. Few other places let travelers enjoy the best of both worlds quite like this state-run campground, where it is just as easy to drive to the city as it is to get to some awe-inspiring nature parks nearby.
When you rent an RV near Bayou Segnette Campground and stay the night, you can choose from a variety of private, spacious campsites that can fit all types of campers. You can choose your own slice of nature in this incredible recreation area, complete with electric and water hookups, nearby bathrooms and showers, and lovely chirping birds to rouse you from your sleep in the morning.
There are other things you can look forward to when you stay at Bayou Segnette Campground during your New Orleans RV rental vacation. Wireless internet is offered throughout the park, and laundry facilities are available on-site too. A playground and hiking trails help keep kids entertained, and everyone can refresh in the cooling waters of the campground's swimming pool, especially when the sweltering summer heat is in full force. Tons of additional features will ensure a good time while you stay at this lovely RV park south of New Orleans.
Southern Louisiana has some pretty unique landscapes, with incredible bayous, wetlands, forests, and magical beaches on the Gulf Coast. With your campervan rental, you can set off to visit many of the best parks and beaches near New Orleans, but first, explore the Bayou Segnette State Park that surrounds your campsite. While hiking or kayaking through the park, you can see a variety of local wildlife like red-tailed hawks, blackbirds, alligators, and armadillos. There are also a boat launch and two swimming pools to make use of while you're camping here. Saint Bernard State Park is on the other side of the city and also has some simple amenities to keep you busy, like a pleasant campground and some lovely forests to hike through while observing the birds and other woodlands creatures that call it home.
Grand Isle State Park is on the shores of the Gulf Coast and features one of the best beaches in the entire state. It's a popular nature park for families to visit during the summertime. You can spend the night at this island park with your Westwego camper rental, and wake up to gentle sea breezes, waves, brilliant sunshine, and epic views of the water. Crabbing, fishing, beachcombing, boating, surfing, and swimming are just a few of the activities to enjoy at Grand Isle State Park.
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve is not far from New Orleans or the campsites at Bayou Segnette Campground, so head over to this federally maintained space to appreciate some enchanting natural beauty along with historical sites of all types. The park is named for infamous pirate Jean Lafitte, who used the area as his home base. Lake Cartouche and Lake Salvador both straddle the park, giving it some stunning scenery and a large presence of migratory birds. No matter where you go when you book an RV in Jefferson Parish, you will be greeted with plenty of opportunities to take in the great outdoors of Louisiana.
You'll have lots of entertainment options when you're camping in an RV near New Orleans. This famous city is home to hundreds of historical sites, legendary bars, extraordinary Cajun cuisine, and a whole lot more. You can catch a New Orleans Saints NFL football game or a New Orleans Pelicans NBA basketball game while in town, or head over to the Audubon Zoo for some sightseeing the whole family can enjoy. Tigers, alligators, and other mesmerizing animals from all around the globe are found in this breathtaking menagerie in the heart of New Orleans.
The St. Louis Cathedral is a worthwhile place to visit too, especially if you like historic places with inspiring architectural style. You don’t have to be religious to appreciate a stop at this Catholic building, and you can learn a lot by taking a tour. The Preservation Hall is especially important for musicians, as it is known for being the birthplace of jazz. This influential piece of history is both a testament to the art form and a still-running theater where you can see touring musicians. Jazz lovers can also visit this culture-packed city during the New Orleans Jazz Festival to take part in one of the most well-known music festivals in the world.
The National WWII Museum is as fascinating as it is informative. You can take a tour with knowledgable docents and learn about one of the most significant military conflicts in recorded history. Watch documentaries in the on-site theater, find out little-known facts about famous battles in the war, and see real military weapons and uniforms representing many nations.
Between Mardi Gras and the countless other historical homes and little museums in New Orleans, you are bound to have a fantastic time when you rent an RV near Bayou Segnette Campground and take a trip to the “Big Easy” for the day.