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Bayou Segnette State Park is a park in Westwego, LA in Jefferson Parish. The park is located just south of New Orleans, between the Mississippi River and Lake Salvador. Locals refer to the entire area as the West Bank, in the sense that it is the western bank of the Mississippi River. Visitors who book an RV in Jefferson Parish can get to New Orleans in under 20 minutes, Baton Rouge is about 90 minutes away, and Gulfport, MS is also about 90 minutes away.

The park was designed to preserve the unique, natural beauty of southeastern Louisiana. The climate is humid, subtropical. Summers are very humid and very hot. Winters are fairly mild. Snowfall is very uncommon south of Lake Pontchartrain. The terrain is very flat, and many of the surrounding areas are at sea level. The amount of natural water, both saltwater and freshwater, makes this a very unique part of the country.

Most of the area around Bayou Segnette State Park has been inhabited for hundreds of years. The area provides access to the ocean, wetlands, and the Mississippi River. That makes it a great spot to place a town. Westwego is thought to have been a historic stop as travelers were heading west. It could also be a stop for travelers who rent an RV in Jefferson Parish as they head west.

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Getting Outdoors

Bayou Segnette State Park offers water activities as well as land activities. On the water, visitors can find opportunities for boating, canoeing, and fishing. That can be done in saltwater as well as freshwater. The swamps and marshland can be navigated by canoe as they were for hundreds of years. The park also features a wave pool.

On land, visitors who rent an RV in Jefferson Parish can find spots for camping or picnicking. There are also playgrounds that kids might enjoy. Families or large groups can spend time at a covered pavilion or gathering area.

Fishing enthusiasts who rent a motorhome near Bayou Segnette State Park can find opportunities for saltwater and freshwater fishing. Due to the nature of the swamplands, there are freshwater runs, saltwater runs, and brackish areas. Every kind of fishing can be accommodated. Furthermore, the park has boat launches for those who brought their own boats.

Camping at Bayou Segnette State Park

Bayou Segnette State Park offers several different camping sites. They offer 50 amp electric and water hookups. Visitors may also find WiFi and cable; being that close to urban centers, the over-the-air antenna television should function somewhat as well. Several of their sites can accommodate a big rig.

Bayou Segnette State Park has restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Staying on the park property also gives one access to all of the features of the park from their campsite. Furthermore, Westwego is a moderate-sized town. It’s also just over the river from New Orleans. Vacationers who book an RV near Bayou Segnette State Park have options to stay at other campsites; in Orleans Parish and Jefferson Parish, they are plentiful.

Exploring the Area

Much of Westwego entertainment is centered around waterways. In addition to fishing at the state park, travelers can charter fishing trips. Many of the charters are in or around Belle Chasse, due to its location on the Mississippi and near the Gulf Coast. The charters can explore one of the lakes in the area or actually head out into the Gulf of Mexico.

The Westwego Historical Museum is in the building of an old general store from the 19th century. The museum details the history of Westwego, the West Bank, and all of southeast Louisiana. There are exhibits and artifacts from the history of the area that history buffs might enjoy.

The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans is across the Mississippi River from Westwego. The zoo is part of a larger Audubon Park. The park features walking and running trails, soccer fields, playgrounds, pavilions, and restrooms. The zoo features permanent fixtures that stay year-round. There are also traveling exhibits featuring different animals. The zoo is a common destination for tourists who book RV rentals in Westwego.

Bayou Segnette State Park and Westwego are just adjacent to one of the most vibrant and populous parts of Louisiana. Southeastern Louisiana and the Gulf Coast are known for the food. New Orleans and surrounding areas feature Cajun and creole food prominently. There are world-renowned chefs and restaurants across the river. Visitors can also find national fast-food chains, family restaurants, and just about anything imaginable.

Being that close to New Orleans, Westwego has several truck stops, gas stations, and auto mechanics. Nothing should stand in the way of gassing up an RV and driving all over Southeast Louisiana. Bayou Segnette State Park could serve as the launching pad for an adventure up the Mississippi River.

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